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Kodak Pixpro AZ901 Astro Zoom 90x super-zoom camera now available

Kodak Pixpro AZ901 Astro Zoom 90x super-zoom camera now available

Kodak has launched a point-and-shoot superzoom camera that it first revealed back during CES 2016. Two years have passed since that unveiling, finally bringing the digital camera to retailer shelves. This camera, the Kodak Pixpro AZ901 Astro Zoom, boasts a massive telephoto lens that enables users to get detailed shots of distant objects, as well as dabble in astrophotography.

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Kodak Super 8 camera resurrects retro film favorite

Kodak Super 8 camera resurrects retro film favorite

Kodak is about to bring back a classic with a new Super 8 camera. The company introduced the concept years ago, eventually showing off a retro-styled Super 8 camera with some modern twists. Among other things, this Super 8 camera (it's not clear what the final product will be called) packs modern tech, including a display through which the operator can view the scene and access the settings menu.

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Kodak unveils KODAKCoin cryptocurrency, blockchain image platform

Kodak unveils KODAKCoin cryptocurrency, blockchain image platform

Kodak is probably one of the last companies you think of when it comes to mining cryptocurrency, but it plans to change that. The company has announced a partnership with WENN Digital for a "major blockchain initiative," and that includes a "photo-centric cryptocurrency" that it calls KODAKCoin. This is part of its larger and newly announced KODAKOne platform for managing photographers' image rights.

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Kodak Scanza turns your old film negatives into digital images

Kodak Scanza turns your old film negatives into digital images

Depending on your age, there's a decent chance you have an old shoe box full of older film negatives. Maybe you've been putting off digitizing those negatives for years because it's too much of a hassle. Maybe you've tried DIY contraptions that let you "develop" them with your phone camera. Regardless, Kodak just introduced a much easier alternative, and it may be cheaper than third-party services if you have a lot of film negatives to convert.

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KODAK Mini Shot Instant Print Camera catches up with the times

KODAK Mini Shot Instant Print Camera catches up with the times

While professional digital cameras remain uncontested at the top, at least for now, point-and-shoot cameras are struggling to find their place in this smartphone-centric world. Some, like Fujifilm have found a rather profitable niche in instant print cameras, digital or otherwise, and long-time rival Kodak has jumped in as well. The latter has just announced the latest in its growing roster of Instant Print products, the KODAK Mini Shot, designed to provide instant gratification even for the smartphone generation.

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Kodak Orbit360 is a 4K VR action camera for outdoor adventures

Kodak Orbit360 is a 4K VR action camera for outdoor adventures

Kodak aims to make on-the-go 360-degree video recording simple and available to anyone via its new Orbit360, a 4K camera under its PixPro product lineup. This camera is, like action cameras before it, durable enough to handle less-than-gentle outdoor usage, as well as compact enough to easily transport. Despite this, it creates fully spherical videos for use with VR.

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Kodak Printomatic is another instant camera that uses ZINK

Kodak Printomatic is another instant camera that uses ZINK

Love them or hate them, instant cameras are back and now Kodak has gotten into the mix. These cameras are, like Polaroid models from days gone by, models that print instant photos. These images aren't very big and they aren't the best quality, but they're a fun way to make stickers, fill out a scrapbook, or entertain the kids.

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These are the Kodak Android tablets nobody asked for

These are the Kodak Android tablets nobody asked for

It's no secret that camera makers have felt threatened by the popularity and growing capability of smartphones and their cameras. Some have simply chosen to ignore it and focus on their higher end. Some have tried to make their point and shoot cameras more affordable and enticing. Some, like Kodak, have decided to just jump on board. After putting out the Ektra smartphone, Kodak has decided to do likewise for tablets. No Ek-centric name this time. These are just called KODAK Tablets, and you might have to think really hard why you'd want one.

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Kodak Ektra “camera-first” smartphone is finally in the US

Kodak Ektra “camera-first” smartphone is finally in the US

Kodak is a name you would immediately associate with cameras but with this generation's obsession with smartphone, it couldn't but help dip its toes into that market as well. That product is the Kodak Ektra which is finally making its way to the US. But with nearly half a year's time since it was first announced, the Ektra faces a very tough battle against the market's top contenders for the best smartphone camera.

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Kodak taps ARCHOS to make its next smartphones for Europe

Kodak taps ARCHOS to make its next smartphones for Europe

Brand licensing might be the next game in smartphones. BlackBerry got out of the smartphone manufacturing game but is letting OEMs like TCL and India's Optiemus to make BlackBerry-branded smartphones. Kodak is seemingly employing that same strategy after the "successful" (or so it says) launch of its very own Ektra smartphone. It has just announced its partnership with French manufacturer ARCHOS to create devices that will be sold in Europe not under ARCHOS own brand but as Kodak devices.

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Kodak Ektra camera smartphone is coming to the US

Kodak Ektra camera smartphone is coming to the US

Camera makers have more or less dabbled in the mobile market, whether with devices or with accessories, but few have actually made a serious effort to plant a foot there. Kodak’s Ektra is the lone exception, practically doing what the likes of Samsung’s “Zoom” or Nokia’s PureView smartphones have attempted: to offer a better digital camera experience than even the best smartphone cameras. At CES 2017, Kodak is answering the biggest question of all: it the Ektra coming to the US? And the answer is a resounding yes, though you might not be too excited about the price.

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Kodak Pixpro 4KVR360 VR camera records 360-degree action in 4K

Kodak Pixpro 4KVR360 VR camera records 360-degree action in 4K

A new Kodak branded action camera has been unveiled that will record 360-degree VR footage in 4k resolution. The new camera is called the Kodak PixPro 360 4K VR camera and is made by K Imaging Ltd. The camera is a single body design with two 4k fixed focus lenses housed on either side of the camera body.

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