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Kodak Printomatic Is A Photo Printer And A Digital Camera Rolled Into One

Somewhere between an instant camera and a regular digital camera lies the Kodak Printomatic Instant Print Camera. It is a new breed of camera that is kind of like an instant camera (of sort), but yet, it also stores captured images on a microSD card. It won’t spit out photos instantly like a Polaroid does; it will only do so only when you tell it to. Now you see where it is coming from? In a way, Printomatic satisfies one’s desire for instant gratification while keeping a copy of the photos in digital form. Best of both worlds, if you ask me. Perhaps one of the most attractive proposition with Kodak Printomatic is, you can choose which image to print. Continue reading Kodak Printomatic Is A Photo Printer And A Digital Camera Rolled Into One

Kodak’s New Smartphone Is Touted As A Photography-first Smartphone

At a glance, you’d forgiven to think that Kodak Ektra is the once-huge photography film maker’s newest digital camera. Well, it’s kind of is. Paying homage to the company’s 1941 camera of the same name, the smartphone reincarnation of the Ektra is modeled after the analog camera of the 40s and boasts, you guessed it, camera prowess by the way of a 21MP main shooter equipped with f2.0 aperture and Sony’s IMX230 image sensor which the company claims to offer “unique hybrid of photography innovation and DSLR innovation.” Continue reading Kodak’s New Smartphone Is Touted As A Photography-first Smartphone

Kodak’s New Gadget Is Actually A Super 8 Camera That Shoots On Film

Everyone era has the gadgets of its time and if you ask your father or grandfather, he will probably tell you Super 8 camera, first manufactured in 1965 by Kodak, was the gadget of their time. And as fate would have it, you probably would too. But you probably won’t go gaga over one made in the 60s; you will likely do so over the 2016 version. Yep. You heard that right. Kodak is going all-out old school by rebooting the iconic 8mm film camera which it helped make famous. Announced at this year’s CES, the camera took a page out of Kodak’s history, echoing the look and feel of the original as interpreted by renown industrial designer Yves Behar. And yes, it will shoot video on real film in cartridge form, which will cost between $50 and $75 a pop. Continue reading Kodak’s New Gadget Is Actually A Super 8 Camera That Shoots On Film

Kodak Pixpro SP360 Action Cam Offers Multiple Modes of Recording, Including 360-degree ‘Globe’ Videoing

Humans are a weird bunch of creatures. Even though our vision already covers nearly 180-degree field of view, we wanted more. Obviously there is nothing much we can do about our natural eyes, but thanks to technological advancements, we are able to enjoy 360 degrees vision, albeit through a monitor or in the form of recording after the event, with video cameras such as this one from Kodak known as Kodak Pixpro SP360. It is an action camera that offers incredible 360 degrees recording through a 16-megapixel MOS sensor. Video quality maxes out at 1080p at 30fps, while still images are captured in 10-megapixel. It also boast features like 10fps burst shooting, WiFi connectivity for wirelessly hooking up with your mobile device (iOS or Android devices) for remote viewing and controls from up to 65 feet away, and NFC for quick pairing. Continue reading Kodak Pixpro SP360 Action Cam Offers Multiple Modes of Recording, Including 360-degree ‘Globe’ Videoing