Posts Tagged ‘Kodak’

Kodak Plans to Make a Super 8 Camera (For Real)

Posted by on Wednesday January 6, 2016 | Camera

For years, Kodak has served as exhibit A of a company caught flat-footed by changing technology. But a funny thing has happened since Kodak’s fortunes fell–Hollywood directors have rallied around the company’s motion picture film, to the extent that Kodak expects to be profitable next year on the basis of its film business. Emboldened by... More

Smartphone Photography Advances at CES 2015 as Kodak, Panasonic Hit U.S. Market

Posted by on Tuesday January 6, 2015 | Photo Gear

While high-end camera announcements have been few and far between at CES, smartphone vendors kept things exciting with new phones that push the smartphone photography envelope. Panasonic disclosed that its Lumix CM1, originally announced at Photokina for European markets, will be coming to the U.S., though pricing and carrier availability were not announced. Like Samsung’s Galaxy Camera,... More

Kodak Turns Over Film Division to Its UK Pension Plan

Posted by on Monday April 29, 2013 | Business

Today Eastman Kodak Company announced the transfer of its Personalized Imaging and Document Imaging businesses to the UK-based Kodak Pension Plan (KPP), its largest creditor. The deal includes Kodak’s Film Capture and Paper & Output Systems divisions, among others, and will see KPP take over responsibility for the operation of Kodak’s film business. Kodak is... More

Kodak Ceases Camera Production Amid Bankruptcy

Posted by on Thursday February 9, 2012 | Business

In a statement posted on the Kodak Web Site under the title “Update on Kodak’s Transformation,” the company announced that it will cease producing digital cameras, pocket video cameras and digital picture frames “to focus its Consumer Business on desktop inkjet, online and retail-based printing—areas that offer the most significant opportunities for profitable growth. Kodak... More