It's not just a camcorder, and it's not just a camera. The PlayFull Dual that Kodak had on display at CES this year impressed, as it succeded in showing aptitude as both kinds of devices.» Read Article
Kodak announces today that it will cease production of all digital cameras, pocket camcorders and digital photo frames in an effort to cut losses.
On Thursday, January 19, 132 year-old Eastman Kodak Co. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Kodak was an iconic symbol of American innovation during the 20th century and its logo, a red K on a yellow background, is known throughout the world.
The EasyShare M750 compact point-and-shoot and a new PlayFull compact camcorder are Kodak's latest launches.
Poker? Slots? Magic shows with high production values? Not as exciting as what's going on inside the Las Vegas Convention Center this week. It's CES time again and we're taking a look ahead at the big show.
According to recent reports, Kodak's financial struggles have taken a turn for the worse as the manufacturer prepares to file for bankruptcy.
It may be the dog days of summer, but Kodak has its eyes on winter, and they're giving its popular PlaySport Zx5 a seasonal makeover.
The Kodak EasyShare Max is a budget-friendlier alternative to the established ultrazoom heavyweights from competing manufacturers. We're taking a first look at the Max and its 30x Schneider Kreuznach lens while our full review is in the works.
Kodak announces the EasyShare M590 today, calling it the thinnest camera to date with a 5x optical zoom.
If you're on track to become the next YouTube sensation, chances are you're looking for one of the many Flip-esque pocket HD camcorders on the market now. In this guided tour of the current pocket camcorder offerings, we sort out the bloggies from the Xactis and spell out exactly which models have which features.
Kodak updates its EasyShare line of point and shoots today with four new M series cameras.
Kodak today unveiled an ultracompact digital camera boldly titled the "Kodak Slice." It features a 16:9, 3.5 inch touch screen.
Kodak unveiled today three new additions to their point-and-shoot lineup. The Kodak EasyShare Z950 boasts a 10x optically stabilized lens. The EasyShare M381 and M341 each offer a 12 megapixel sensor with a slim, pocketable form-factor. Read on for more specs and details on the fresh new faces of Kodak's Z and M series cameras.
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