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KODAK Projectors at CES 2019



KODAK announced it will showcase its line of instant-print photography products, digital film scanners, mini projectors, and more at CES 2019.

The new KODAK LUMA 75 Projector is one of the smallest and sleekest portable projectors on the market. Designed with a simple plug-and-play operation system and 75-lumen display, the 5-ounce KODAK LUMA 75 projects vivid images and video directly onto any surface up to 80°. It can project images up to 100 inches. The super quiet projector has a 100% image offset, adjustable focus and can easily play back files from a MicroSD card, computer or any other multimedia device.

KODAK LUMA 150 Projector is new. With a 150-lumen display, the KODAK LUMA 150 projects even brighter and more brilliant images than the KODAK LUMA 75. Compatible with images and videos up to 1080p, the projector can cast up to 150-inch images for a captivating viewing experience anywhere you go. The KODAK LUMA 150 is also equipped to mirror images and videos via MIRACAST.

The new KODAK LUMA 350 Projector is the brightest and most robust of all the KODAK LUMA projectors. It has a 350-lumen display that can project stunning video and images up to 200 inches. The compact but might device is compatible with videos up to 4K and comes equipped with 1GB RAM and 8GB ROM for superior performance.

With a built in Android operating system, the LUMA 350 gives consumers access to wireless networks for quick and easy web browsing, plus the option to download a variety of OTT apps like Netflix, HBO GO, and Hulu, through the built-in app store. The Universal USB Installer, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth technology and HDMI connections make it easy to play back files from a compatible computer, smartphone, tablet, or any other multimedia device.

Visit KODAK at CES 2019 in the Central Hall, Booth #16744.


KODAK Digital Film Scanners at CES 2019



KODAK announced it will showcase its line of instant-print photography products, digital film scanners, mini projectors, and more at CES 2019.

This includes the KODAK SCANZA Digital Scanner, the KODAK Mini Digital Film Scanner, the KODAK 35mm Slide Viewer and the KODAK Mobile Film Scanner.

The KODAK SCANZA Digital Film Scanner scans and saves 35mm, 126, 110, Super 8 and 8mm film negatives and slides to a computer via SD card. It can convert film to JPG files. Film is scanned in 14/22 Megapixel resolution using convenient easy-loading film and negative adapters and inserts. With the video-out function, users can connect to a TV to showcase their images.

The new KODAK Mini Digital Film Scanner can also convert film to JBG files. Photo memories can be stored in a modern digital format and relived at any time with the KODAK Mini Digital Film Scanner. The super-intuitive scanner allows for film negatives to be scanned, edited and saved onto an SD card.

Compatible with 35, 126, 110 Super 8 and Monochrome film and slides, the Mini Digital Film Scanner comes equipped with 128MB of internal memory and a USB cable for quick and easy transfer of classic memories to a computer or laptop.

With the brand new KODAK 35mm Slide Viewer, old memories are brought back to life and can be enjoyed anytime, anywhere, with a price sensitive solution for users who want to view and sort film negatives and slides before printing. Slides and negatives are placed onto the device and each are magnified up to three times their original size for crystal clear viewing. The lightweight build allows for instant portability.

The brand new KODAK Mobile Film Scanner scans film negatives and slides onto smartphones with just one touch. Designed with a collapsible frame, the scanner can be easily carried anywhere. Turn on the device with a switch of a button, load a film negative or slide into the backlit scanner, snap a picture of it using the free companion app on your phone, and the image is instantly saved.

Visit KODAK at CES 2019 in the Central Hall, Booth #16744.


KODAK Smile Instant Print Cameras and Printer at CES 2019



KODAK announced it will showcase its line of instant-print photography products, digital film scanners, mini projectors, and more at CES 2019.

This includes the newest instant-print cameras and mobile photo printers from brand licensee C+A Global, including the KODAK SMILE Classic Instant Print Camera, the KODAK SMILE Instant Print Digital Camera and the KODAK SMILE Instant Digital Printer.

The KODAK SMILE Classic Instant Print Digital Camera combines the contemporary technology of instant digital printing into a vintage camera body with an updated, yet nostalgic, look and feel. The camera is equipped with a pop-up viewfinder, an automatic single strobe flash, a MicroSD card slot and a 10-second timer.

The 3.51 x 4.25-inch KODAK ZINK Sticky-Backed Photo Paper can be printed on instantly from the camera. You can also print pictures form your smartphone by connecting it to the camera via Bluetooth technology and the free KODAK Instant Print Companion app.

The KODAK SMILE Instant Print Digital Camera is a 10-megapixel stylish camera that combines the nostalgia of analog photography with ZINK Zero Ink Printing Technology. The camera features an LCD viewfinder display, 10-second timer, automatic flash, and a MicroSD card slot.

The KODAK SMILE Instant Printer offers a quick and easy way to print pictures with its intuitive design. With the free KODAK Instant Print Companion App, compatible with iOS and Android devices, photos can be sent to the printer via Bluetooth technology connection.

Visit KODAK at CES 2019 in the Central Hall, Booth #16744


Kodak EKTRA Smartphone Now Available in U.S.



Kodak, a company that probably makes you think of cameras, has created the Kodak EKTRA smartphone. It is a photography-focused smartphone that recently became available for purchase in the United States at the price of $399.99.

The Kodak EKTRA is an open market unlocked GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) device, which means it is compatible and will work on the AT&T and T-Mobile networks in the United States. It is not CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) compatible, so it will NOT work with Sprint, Verizon, or US Cellular.

At the heart of the Kodak EKTRA smartphone is a 21-megapixel fast focus camera sensor with f2.0 aperture, and an industry leading 13-megapixel front-facing camera with Phase Detection Auto Focus PDAF and f2.2 aperture.

The custom-built camera app is controlled by an intuitive haptic touch, SLR-style Scene Selection Dial, where adjustments are made in real time via a range of settings including HDR, Landscape, Portrait, Macro, Sport, Night-time, Panorama, and Bokeh, alongside a Smart Auto mode which auto-selects the best conditions for your photographs. In Manual mode, more advanced users can adjust exposure, ISO, focus, white balance and shutter speed, with the results being visible on the screen as the changes are made.

The Kodak EKTRA Smartphone includes editing software from SNAPSEED, providing exceptional tools to edit images on the go without having to download any additional apps. This enables users to transform images for professional results similar to many popular desktop images editors. Sharing the results in real time is also easy with integrated social media apps and the Prints app is a simple way to select your best shots to be professionally printed.


Kodak PIXPRO 4k 360 Action Cam at 2016 CES



Kodak Digital DevicesTodd Cochrane talks with Paul Meyhoefer, Vice President, J.K. Imaging Limited, Kodak about the Kodak PIXPRO 4k action camera. The Kodak PIXPRO 4k action camera uses a 4k sensor to record 360 degree video with a 235 degree band of view.

The unit is able to use WiFi to produce a lower resolution live view on your Android or iOS mobile devices so you can check your camera aim. The device includes stitching software and editing software for both Windows and Mac.

The unit can support up to a 128 gigabyte Class 10 (or higher) Micro SD card. An RF remote control is sold separately for $45. Underwater housings and other mounts are available for sale on the website.

Kodak PIXPRO 4k pricing is $449 for the camera by itself. The Premiere Pack which includes various accessories is priced at $499. The Dual Pro Pack is priced at $899 and includes 2 cameras and accessories. The 360 degree videos produced are compatible with both YouTube and Facebook.

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Kodak PixPro SP360 Brings The Complete Image to CES



Kodak logoWe humans have been capturing the events of our lives thru the camera lens for nearly two centuries. But there’s always been one problem: How can we record the action around us and still be photographed as part of that action? The folks at JK Imaging may have a solution. Marlo talked to Paul Meyhoefer, Vice President of JK Imaging, as Paul showed off the new Kodak PixPro SP360 camera.

The SP360 gives its big selling point away right there in the name, as the camera records a 360-degree view around itself. No more will it be necessary for a camera operator to stand behind a viewfinder and thus, be left out of the action.

The PixPro SP360 works with both Android and iOS, and the photos/videos captured by SP360 can also be exported to a computer for further manipulation. There’s also a range of mounting kits for the SP360 so the camera can be used in rugged outdoor environments or even underwater.

Interview by Marlo Anderson from The Tech Ranch.

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Kodak IM5 Smartphone Demo at CES



Kodak logoNew technology can be great but sometimes, it’s filled with so many options that it can also be difficult to really understand how it works. That’s the problem Kodak is hoping to solve with its new IM5 smartphone.

Todd talked to Lindsay Higgins from Kodak about the IM5. Lindsay explained that the device was designed with Baby Boomers in mind. She described the IM5 as an affordable camera phone that’s easy to operate, with simple features for browsing and sharing photos.

The IM5 runs Android 4.42 and it uses a 13 megapixel back camera and a 5 megapixel front camera. The base model includes 8 gigabytes of storage, with models that go up to 32 gigabytes. The IM5 also allows for dual SIM cards, so it’ll easily travel between different countries.

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