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Photography

Photo FOMO: Fujifilm ramen, KodakCoin DOA, and Nikon’s secret sensor lab

In the latest photo industry news, Fujifilm released a limited-run of Provia-branded instant noodles, Kodak's Kashminer is DOA, and Imaging Resource looks inside the "super-secret" sensor lab at Nikon.
Photography

Kodak shows off the first test photos shot on its new Ektachrome film

Whether for old-timers who love their 35mm film camera or newbies keen to explore all that film photography has to offer, Kodak's relaunch of its once-popular Ektachrome film for color transparencies will likely be of interest.
Photography

Kodak Super 8 camera simplifies filming on actual film — but at a cost

Two years later, Kodak is finally releasing additional details on its Super 8 Camera -- including a price hike. The company also recently shared the first footage from the prototypes.
Photography

Kodak touts its 360-degree (and 3D) cameras at CES 2018

According to Paul Meyhoefer, VP of Marketing for JK Imaging Ltd, Kodak has a couple 360-degree cameras in store for 2018, one of which can be configured to capture 3D video on the fly.
Photography

The Kodak Mini Shot packs in Bluetooth and a printer — for $100

The Kodak Mini Shot may only have a 10-megapixel sensor, but the $100 camera includes Bluetooth, a printer, and an LCD screen. The camera joins the Kodak Printomatic and Kodak's portable photo printer.
Photography

Eastman Kodak cuts 425 jobs, says licensing of hardware played a role

Eastman Kodak cited licensing of hardware among the reasons for a $46 million loss that led to the layoff of 425 workers. Despite the loss, the company expects to meet annual predictions.
Photography

Kodak Moment’s chatbot suggests the best Facebook photos for printing

The Kodak Moments chatbot suggests Facebook photos to print, while a similar AI-powered feature is also in the updated app. The algorithm factors elements like faces, relationships, location, and photo quality into the decision.
Photography

Kodak’s whimsical Printomatic camera spits out photos on demand for $70

Fancy an instant-print camera but can't quite let go of the idea of not having a digital record of the moment? Then Kodak's $70 Printomatic device may be just what you're looking for.
Photography

The Kodak Tablet is designed for photo-editing apps on a budget

Kodak-branded tablets launched in Europe and while they may be low on megapixels, the price is low too. The tablet's pre-loaded software is photo-focused for editing, sharing, and printing.
Photography

Kodak’s Kodachrome Magazine is dedicated to film and analog culture

In another move to further capitalize and promote the so-called analog renaissance, Kodak has announced the launch of their new print magazine, Kodachrome Magazine. A publication they will use to feature photographers, designers, artists…
Mobile

Kodak Ektra Android smartphone enters U.S. with a lower price, updated camera

Kodak has a phone. You heard that right -- the camera company is in the mobile market with the Kodak Ektra. It's got a giant 21-megapixel camera on the rear, and it's built to mimic a point-and-shoot.
Mobile

Kodak smartphone stunt has commuters thinking their phones have been wiped

As part of an effort to promote one of its photo apps, Kodak recently pranked a number of London commuters into thinking they'd lost all their smartphone data. Check out how they reacted.
Photography

Kodak follows the Ektra with a tablet thanks to new license agreement

After allowing another company to use the Kodak name on a smartphone, the historic imaging company will now license their name for a tablet. The agreement goes to a France-based company, Archos.
Photography

A classic black-and-white film is back on the market thanks to Kickstarter

In 2014, Film Ferrania raised more than $320,000 on Kickstarter to rebuild a film factory and breathe new life into a classic Italian brand. Now, its first commercial film is ready to roll off the production line.
Photography

Watch: Kodak CEO Jeff Clarke shows off company's new Ektra smartphone

Kodak CEO Jeff Clarke stopped by the Digital Trends set today at CEO 2017 to talk about the company's new Ektra smartphone and update us on the availability of the Super 8 project.
Photography

Want more gigs? Kodak's new online, on-demand photography platform could help

Kodak is aiming to streamline the process of hiring a photographer, and for photographers, finding clients, with Kodakit, a new online platform. The on-demand photography platform is live in 92 cities.
Photography

Kodak’s 360-degree camera takes big step up with addition of second lens

Single lens 360 cameras are easy to use but tend to lag behind in quality -- Kodak is upgrading their 360 options with a new two lens camera. The Kodak Pixpro 4KVR360 is expected out in January.
Photography

Ektachrome 100 is coming back from the dead thanks to Kodak

After discontinuing it in 2012, citing low demand, Kodak is bring back its iconic color-reversal Ektachrome 100 film from the dead. Kodak says the film will be available in the 135 (35mm) format in the 4th quarter of 2017.