A recently released photo from Kodak teases what appears to be a dedicated shutter release button bearing the Kodak logo on the side of a smartphone device. This wouldn't be Kodak's first foray into smartphones.
The Kodak Professional Film App supports photographers looking to keep film alive. Previously available only on iPhone, film photographers in the Android camp can finally use the app to preview film types, find developing locations, and…
There are a lot of reasons indie directors shoot digitally, but Kodak wants to make sure that the prohibitively high cost of film isn't one of them by offering Kickstarter directors up to $20,000 in free film.
Kodak announced a partnership with the Bullitt Group to license Android-powered smartphones and tablets aimed at tech-averse consumers. The devices will be easy to use and focus on camera features and photo sharing.
Kodak has unveiled the PixPro SP360, an action cam with a panoramic 360-degree horizontal angle-of-view. Besides going after GoPro, the new camera joins several new 360-degree cameras hitting the market.
The Logmar S-8 is the first Super 8mm film camera to be made in 30 years. Although it uses standard Kodak film, the rest of the camera is purely digital, and gives today's moviemakers that natural vintage feel.
Kodak is preparing to exit bankruptcy, and will emerge as a new company focusing on commercial products. Although its days as a digital camera maker are over, its legacy lives on with Kodak-branded cameras from JK Imaging.