Phase One Acquires Microsoft’s Expression Media

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As a surprising industry move from the makers of the legendary high-end camera backs for medium format housings, Phase One acquires the not so commonly used Microsoft Expression Media.

Phase One writes:
“Acquiring Expression Media demonstrates Phase One’s relentless commitment to delivering superior digital imaging software solutions for professional and passionate photographers.
With Expression Media 2, we are now able to offer our customers a powerful digital asset management tool.”

Read more about the acquirement at Phase One HERE

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