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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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New Kodak surveillance camera rivals Nest Cam with a lower price

New Kodak surveillance camera rivals Nest Cam with a lower price

While Google's Next Cam is arguably the most popular connected home surveillance camera around, that doesn't stop other camera makers from trying to compete with their own solutions. Take for instance Kodak and their new CFH-V20 camera, part of their Connected Family Home series. The camera not only has a 180-degree field of view, but can stream HD video, act as a two-way intercom, and has night vision.

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Kodak PixPro SP360 updated with 4K recording

Kodak PixPro SP360 updated with 4K recording

Back in April, we got our hands on the original Kodak PixPro SP360 action camera for review. The camera isn’t quite like a GoPro, even though it is aimed at the same crowd. Kodak has now announced an updated version of that SP360 action camera and the big new feature is a significant upgrade in video recording resolution.

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Kodak PIXPRO SP360 Dome Action Camera Review

Kodak PIXPRO SP360 Dome Action Camera Review

The Kodak Pixpro SP360 Action Camera works with the ability to capture photos and video with a spherical lens. The data you capture with this lens can be viewed in a number of ways, the most interesting of these being an immersive virtual reality environment, with half of an orb available to you to capture the world around you. Just like this device's most well-known competitor, the GoPro camera, the Kodak Pixpro SP360 is also prepared to go hardcore with a variety of caps, covers, and cases.

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Kodak PIXPRO SL25 Smart Lens Camera Review

Kodak PIXPRO SL25 Smart Lens Camera Review

This is a camera that you strap on to your smartphone to take photos your smartphone might never have otherwise been able to take. The Kodak PIXPRO SL25 Smart Lens Camera works with software made by Pixpro, so you'll be connecting with a Pixpro app - if you wish - and you'll be working with a device that has Kodak and Pixpro branding on it. Can this device take on the smartphone segment and attach to a unique crew of photographers in the process?

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Kodak and major Hollywood studios strike film supply agreement

Kodak and major Hollywood studios strike film supply agreement

The six big Hollywood studios have struck an agreement with Kodak that will have the latter company provide the film used for both TV and movies. It's no surprise Kodak is pushing for film to remain a relevant -- and integral -- part of the entertainment industry, and as such it has been in talks with everyone involved, ranging from indie artists to major production companies. With these agreements in place, Kodak is free to keep producing film for motion pictures while dabbling in its other endeavors.

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Kodak IM5 is a mid-tier Android smartphone

Kodak IM5 is a mid-tier Android smartphone

Following rumbles that such a device would be incoming, Kodak has shown off its new decidedly mid-tier smartphone, a handset packing Android KitKat with a promised upgrade to Lollipop and, as you might have guessed, a slight focus on mobile photography. Unfortunately, that photography focus is not particularly strong, so don't get your hopes up about a smartphone tailored to your inner photographer. Rather, the Kodak IM5 smartphone presents users with a relatively average handset that'll meet the average user's needs.

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Kodak bringing new Android-powered devices to CES

Kodak bringing new Android-powered devices to CES

Kodak is coming to CES, but not as you might expect. The company will likely be talking up a new photographic endeavor, but it won’t be film. This year, Kodak is set to unveil a lineup of Android-powered mobile devices which offer “best in class image management software and features”. These smartphones and tablets are going to be photo-centric, offering a specific image capturing and management features. If your thing is mobile photography, Kodak is lining up their stars just for you.

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