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Kodak PIXPRO SP360 Action Camera (0)

Action cameras have become quite common nowadays. It gave many people the means to capture shots and videos from the first person view that other previous digital cameras and camcorders cannot. And as more and more action cameras enter the market, they just seem to get better and better. One interesting entrant in this market segment is the Kodak PIXPRO SP360. The Kodak PIXPRO SP360 Action Cam comes with a unique curved lens design that can provide a 360 degree viewing angle. It also comes with a 16MP MOS sensor that can provide clear and crisp pictures no matter what the view. Working together, the Kodak PIXPRO SP360 can provide different viewing options for users- they can choose a Ring, Dome, Front and Rear, Panorama and Globe views. Not all action cameras can provide such versatility. The Kodak PIXPRO SP360 action cam also provides 1080p Full HD quality pictures it also features both Wireless and NFC connectivity to make it more convenient to use with your smart device. Users can also download a free 360 Remote Viewer App for iOS and Android devices to provide flexibility in controlling and viewing the Kodak PIXPRO SP360. This unique action camera is now available at Kodak for $349. Image Source: Kodak Read More

Kodak-branded Micro Four Thirds Camera Teased (1)

Kodak has been on a downward spiral as of late. As part of its streamlining, the century-old company licensed its own brand to a startup company called JK Imaging, which has announced its own range of camera. First in line is the Kodak S1, a micro four thirds camera set to be launched in Q3 this year. Not much is known about the camera, except that the device will have built-in WiFi and may be carrying a Sony-made CMOS sensor. Doubts were cast over JK Imaging when news about the licensing was first announced. It was established in October of last year and apart from licensing the Kodak brand, nothing else is known. Despite of which, Kodak's spokesperson stated that JK Imaging has "global experience and expertise in the industry." Source: 43 Rumors and Photo Counter Australia Read More

Apple, Google Team Up to Claim Kodak Patents (0)

Kodak's road to recovery is on its way. After its auction of over 1,100 digital imaging patents has been approved this summer, it seems like Apple and Google would be duking it out for the goods. But it seems the tides have shifted, as Bloomberg reports (citing claims from sources) that the two companies would instead combine their efforts with a bid worth over $500 million for the patents. All three parties remain mum for now, but this would not be surprising once it happens, especially in an industry where patents are the new spice trade. The bid, if accepted, would help Kodak recover from bankruptcy with more money to streamline its business, while staying away from filing lawsuits after lawsuits over digital photo patents. Source: Bloomberg, via Engadget Read More

Kodak Lets Go of Inkjet Printer Business (1)

Another round of sad news for Kodak. After filing for bankruptcy, shutting down its digital camera business (a device Kodak invented but did not improve on the technology further), and getting itself in a web of patent infringement lawsuits, the company has announced it will no long sell consumer inkjet printers starting next year. Instead, the 123-year-old company will focus its efforts on commercial printing devices. In an effort to keep business afloat, Kodak decided to auction off its bevy of patents valued at up to $2.6 billion. The move has attracted the unlikeliest of business alliances such as Apple and Microsoft versus Google and Samsung. Despite the attractive offer, the bidders can only offer for under $500 million. Kodak has also sold its traditional film business as part of its streamlining. Source: Fox Business News, via Engadget Read More

Kodak To Sell Film Business (1)

In its heyday, Kodak is known for its film products, but it the company's troubling finances it plans on giving up on that. Eight months after filing for bankruptcy, Kodak has decided to sell its traditional film businesses. This is part of the streamlining process the 130-year-old imaging company is conducting, as it transitions to fully concentrate its business to commercial-focused products, with printers taking the center stage. Kodak also wants to sell its "personalized imaging" and "document imaging" services, including those kiosks in malls that develop digital photos, as well as its business of taking photos of people riding roller coasters and other adrenaline-pumping attractions in theme parks. This plan comes after Kodak ended up disappointed on its attempt to sell over 1,100 patents the company originally priced between $2.2 billion to $2.6 billion. Instead of selling it to a single buyer, prospective buyers (which include Apple and Google among others) form a consortium that would joint buy the patents, thus bringing the bids down for as low as $250 million. Source: Wall Street Journal, via TechCrunch Read More

Kodak PLAYTOUCH Video Camera (3)

Kodak is recently trying to make itself a company not just known for photo prints. It has started developing its own line of digital devices in recent years. The latest of these devices is the new Kodak PLAYTOUCH Video Camera. The Kodak PLAYTOUCH Video Camera may look anything but the typical video camera you see today. Its design may be more similar to a mobile phone than a digital video camera. It has features that may be quite interesting for a portable video camera its size. The Kodak PLAYTOUCH Video Camera features a 3.0" capacitive touchscreen LCD optimized for reviewing captured images in high quality as well as playing back videos in 1080p HD mode. It comes with a 128 MB internal memory and a SD/SDHC memory expansion slot that can support up to 32GB. It also has its own speaker as well as a Li-ion rechargeable battery. The Kodak PLAYTOUCH Video Camera is available for pre-order at Kodak for US$230. It is set to be made available around September. Image Source: Kodak Read More

Kodak Playsport (0)

The Kodak Playsport is a handy video camera that adventurous people would love. Its size makes it quite handy enough to bring just about anywhere without being a bother. Its ruggedness is also something that its users would welcome.What makes the Kodak Playsport such an ideal companion for the adventurous type is that getting wet is all part of experience for this handy digital video camera. It works even underwater for up to 10 feet and still record video in full 1080p HD quality.  A 5 MP optical sensor, image stabilization and other automatic features make taking still pictures quite easy.  With the Kodak Playsport, you no longer have to be too concerned about protecting your digital camera from the elements. It is available at Kodak for US$150.Image Source: Kodak Read More

Kodak Zi8 Pocket Video Camera (0)

With the Flip by Pure Digital paving the way for pocket-sized digital video cameras, competition will soon follow.  Kodak introduced the Zi8 that lets you caption HD videos up to 1080p at 30 frames per second, as well as 5-megapixel still images.  It also features a built-in image stabilization to help you avoid the "shaky cam" effect and an external microphone jack that captures the sound you want to record and not your voice behind the cam.Made from hard plastic, the Kodak Zi8 is durable to withstand casual usage.  It user interface, meanwhile, is ideal for beginners because of its easy navigation.The Kodak Zi8 Pocket Video Camera is an ideal for your Christmas shopping, costing US$180.Image source:  Kodak Read More

Kodak Zx1 Pocket Video Camera (0)

The Kodak Zx1 Pocket Video Camera combines a sturdy gadget along with portability to create a unique pocket camera. With features such as video recording in high definition quality, one may wonder just how good such a feature may be contained in such a small package. Give it up to Kodak technology for once. But the Kodak Zx1 Pocket Video Camera is more than just a small HD video camera. It was made to last, even in harsh environment. Its small body is designed to be weather resistant. And since its use may be good even for harsh weather, other features include a higher level of image and video quality even in low light conditions. Even in a gadget so small, the Kodak Zx1 Video Camera is capable of recording 10 hours worth of HD video thanks to its SD/SDHC memory expansion slot. Its price of US$150 makes it quite a good deal for an HD video camera.Image Source: Kodak  Read More

Kodak Zi6 Pocket Video Camera (0)

Kodak has long been known for their presence in the market of quality still images and pictures. But the arrival of the digital cameras has made them follow the trends into the digital age. And to keep competing with other new but innovative players in the industry, they also have to keep coming up with their own versions of digital gadgets. And in this case, the Kodak Zi6 Pocket Video Camera tries to fill some of the gaps in terms of technology. And to keep people interested, the Kodak Zi6 not only is handy, it also tries to offer high quality outputs as well. That is why the Kodak Zi6 is capable of taking videos in high definition (720p at 60 fps). It is simple enough to operate with easy to understand menus and buttons when being used. Despite its size, users may be able to record hours and hours of high definition video via an expandable memory slot that allows up to 32GB worth of storage. A 2.4 inch LCD screen and playback features allow users to check out still image and video captures easily.  And at US$160, the Kodak Zi6 Pocket Video Camera is quite within the price range that many people can afford and not regret it.Image Source: Kodak Read More

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