Popular Kodak Articles for 2008
There's a lot to like about the Kodak EasyShare Z1012 IS, but do too many quirks get in the way of what the Z1012 does well?
Kodak's visually smart, touch-interface equipped EasyShare V1273 has the looks down. Does it have the performance and image quality to match?
Kodak's latest printer/scanner, the ESP 5, features an impressive specs sheet. Can real-world performance live up to high expectations for Kodak's latest?
Forget printing photos: Kodak's latest drugstore kiosk can now create entire bound photo albums in a matter of minutes.
In a midnight announcement, Kodak made public the next continuation model in its high-zoom Z lineup, the Kodak EasyShare Z1012 IS. Building on the basic package put forward by the[...]
Pharos releases new photo geotagger Kodak EasyShare C813 hits store shelves Corsair to debut 32 GB USB flash drives at CES
The last day before CES 2008 officially begins is wrapping up, and while we neither expected nor received any major news from the major players today, new releases from some[...]
Kodak announced this week that its stylish new Z1085 IS, on display at CES, would be up for sale by March of this year. The 10-megapixel Z1085 IS features a[...]
ZINK, Polaroid will continue collaboration AgfaPhoto digicams to appear at PMA Kodak anti-counterfeiting system targets camera batteries Lexar SD with Eye-Fi wireless technology to hit the market[...]
Rumor: Pentax canceling 645 Digital project Kodak negotiating deal for a new film SLR Lexmark announces new budget photo printer with Wi-Fi
Apple updates Aperture photo software with version 2.1 Kodak expands digital photo frame lineup with three new models Adobe unveils free online version of Photoshop
Updated firmware for Sigma SD14 released Student and educator discounts now available from Pentax Kodak professional plug-ins now CS3, Vista, Intel Mac compatible Fewer photo-quality printer purchases[...]
The Kodak EasyShare Z1012 IS packs a long zoom, plenty of resolution, and SLR-like styling. So what's not to like?
Kodak's U.K. division announced a breakthrough in sensor development yesterday with the company's introduction of a 50 megapixel CCD imager.
With the typical lack of fanfare that has become their signature, Kodak quietly added two new flagship cameras to their website this week.
Kodak is presenting several unique photographic perspectives on the ongoing 2008 Olympics in Beijing on a new section of its website devoted entirely to the games.
In a digicam market that has long been driven by hobbyist photographers, the number of casual snapshooters is on the rise. That's the basic contention of a new market study[...]