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Digital Photo Printers go back to the future


Dennis Hissink : 2004-11-17 07:46:33
It's a digital photographer's brain-teaser: If you have a high-megapixel camera and need to print pro-quality photos and proofs, do you spend time calibrating and re-adjusting your printer to get consistent photos? Or just buy a gift basket for your photo lab manager? This month's Kodak Tech Brief focuses on the growing use of dye-sublimation printers in home- and small-office photo applications. Pro photographers and advanced amateurs love producing their own high-quality prints, but such high-end printers, which use a continuous-tone ribbon and thermal print head instead of multiple inkjet tanks, were priced above $1,000. Kodak designers, who pioneered thermal dye-sub printers for commercial uses a decade ago, stepped back to the future.


Kodak announces changes in European manufacturing


Dennis Hissink : 2004-10-06 00:00:01
Eastman Kodak Company today announced changes at manufacturing sites in England and France, reflecting the increasing popularity of digital photography among consumers and customers. The actions are part of Kodak's three-year program, announced in January; to reduce worldwide employment by 12-15,000 and to reduce total facilities square footage by one-third. These actions are part of Kodak's broader strategy to accelerate growth in its digital businesses and to manage smartly the declining demand for some of the company's traditional products and services. "Such actions are essential for Kodak to reinforce its leading position in digital imaging products and services while sustaining and extending its worldwide leadership".


Kodak Four Thirds System image sensor powers E-300


Mark Peters : 2004-09-28 22:14:55
Eastman Kodak Company is delivering new technology that allows digital SLR cameras to provide higher quality, more versatility and greater affordability than ever before. The company's new Kodak KAF-8300CE image sensor has been selected by Olympus Corporation of Japan for use in the new Olympus EVOLT E-300 (E-300 in Japan and Europe) camera system, the second digital camera designed by Olympus for the growing Four Thirds System standard. The KAF-8300CE image sensor allows Olympus to manufacture an affordable, standardized camera for the advanced amateur and professional photography markets. The Kodak KAF-8300CE sensor is an enhanced 8.3 million pixel (megapixel) CCD sensor that uses a new 5.4 micron pixel design.


New Kodak Professional 1400 digital photo printer


Mark Peters : 2004-09-27 00:02:00
Eastman Kodak Company today introduced the Kodak Professional 1400 Digital Photo Printer, an affordable system for professional and Advanced Amateur photographers that delivers outstanding quality and durability of Kodak prints immediately. Whether in a studio or on location for proofing or at home for final printing and displaying, the robust desktop printer produces one 20 x 30 cm (8 x 12-inch), one 20 x 25 cm (8 x 10-inch), two 15 x 20 cm (6 x 8-inch), two13 x 18 cm (5 x 7-inch) or four 10 x 15 cm (4 x 6-inch) photos per sheet, and the water-resistant photos last a lifetime. The Kodak Professional paper and ribbon consumables are bundled in matched volumes to provide optimum colour density for every print.


Print Wirelessly from Mobile Phone Cameras


Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-27 00:00:02
Building on its highly successful line of Easyshare printer docks, Eastman Kodak Company today unveiled the Kodak Easyshare Printer Dock Plus. The new model (£199.99 RRP; available beginning this month) quickly and effortlessly makes real Kodak 4x6-inch pictures from nearly any digital source. People can wirelessly transmit pictures from their mobile phone cameras to the Printer Dock Plus, which also prints directly from digital cameras and memory cards -all without the need for a computer. Using the Printer Dock Plus, waterproof Kodak pictures can be printed at home with just a touch of a button, in as little as 60 seconds each. Thanks to Kodak Color Science technology, the device delivers pictures with vibrant, accurate colours.


New Kiosk Version 4.0 Software from Kodak


Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-27 00:00:01
Digital camera adoption has reached mainstream status with millions of European consumers participating in digital photography. While consumers love the digital photography experience, what they really miss are their pictures. Kodak is making it easier for them to print high quality pictures with sharp detail and vibrant colours on their own terms. At retail, Kodak is putting the control in consumers' hands with the newest generation of Kodak Digital Print Kiosks and version 4.0 kiosk software. Version 4.0, a free software upgrade, gives consumers new features and improved functionality. The new software has an increased emphasis on prints from digital sources, such as prints from digital pictures and prints from camera phones.


Kodak, Sony and Canon Top Rankings in Study


Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-22 14:02:49
Kodak ranks highest in customer satisfaction in two digital camera segments, while Sony and Canon each rank highest in one, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2004 Digital Camera Satisfaction Study(SM) released today. The inaugural study measures the satisfaction of digital camera owners across four price segments: $199 and less; $200-$399; $400-$599; and $600 or more. Overall digital camera satisfaction is based on performance across four factors: performance, connectivity, cost and appearance. Sony is the highest ranked brand in the $199 and less price segment, performing well above the rest of the segment in the areas of performance, connectivity and appearance.


New Kodak EasyShare LS755 Digital Camera unveiled


Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-22 13:29:25
Eastman Kodak Company unveiled the EasyShare LS755 zoom digital camera, a sleek, Japanese-designed model created for the person with impeccable style and taste. It pairs high tech features and outstanding image quality. The camera will be available in Japan beginning in Q4. "We developed the LS755 camera to meet the discerning eye of Japanese consumers, who relentlessly seek the best combination of form and function," said Yusuke Kojima, general manager of worldwide digital camera and system development, and vice president, Eastman Kodak Company. The size of a deck of playing cards, the EasyShare LS755 camera’s aluminum body houses exclusive, high-powered components and technologies to deliver and share stunning pictures.


Kodak Teams with IBM to Develop New Image Sensors


Mark Peters : 2004-09-22 05:05:50
Eastman Kodak Company and IBM will collaborate on the development and manufacture of image sensors to power mass-market consumer products, such as digital still cameras and camera phones. The multi-year agreement will leverage Kodak's broad portfolio of image sensor technology and IBM's leading-edge complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) processing expertise to allow Kodak to commercialize a new family of CMOS image sensor (CIS) devices, another milestone in the company's effort to accelerate the growth of its digital businesses. This powerful combination will allow Kodak to supply image sensors that offer higher performance, improved image quality and more innovative features than current CIS devices.


Kodak growing in Digital Camera market


Dennis Hissink : 2004-08-23 08:19:58
After a slow start, Eastman Kodak Co. is steadily gaining ground on front-runner Sony Corp. in the burgeoning U.S. digital camera market and opening up a lead on Canon, Olympus and other Japanese rivals. As digital cameras grew swiftly in popularity in recent years, Japanese manufacturers looked at first to have eaten Kodak's lunch. But the world's biggest film photography company is making good on its mission to become the No. 1 seller of filmless cameras on its home turf in 2004. In the first six months, Kodak shipped 1.47 million point-and-shoot digital cameras in the United States, 80 percent more than in the first half of 2003 - and its market share jumped from 15.3 percent to 18.3 percent, the market research firm IDC said Friday.


Kodak introduces new EasyShare DX7590 camera


Dennis Hissink : 2004-08-03 08:36:02
With the introduction of its new EASYSHARE DX7590 zoom digital camera, Kodak expands upon features that made the KODAK EASYSHARE DX6490 model one of the most popular cameras in its class over the last year. A unique combination of sophisticated features, exceptional performance, and trademark ease of use gives amateur photographers the opportunity to shoot like a professional. The camera will be available worldwide beginning this month for US$499 (MSRP), setting a new price-to-performance benchmark for high zoom consumer digital cameras. "As seen in the success of the DX6490 camera, thousands of amateur photographers trust Kodak to deliver superior results without sacrificing ease of use."


Kodak announces new printer dock


Dennis Hissink : 2004-08-03 08:30:03
Building on its highly successful line of EASYSHARE printer docks, Kodak today unveiled the KODAK EASYSHARE Printer Dock Plus. The new model (US$199.99 MSRP; available beginning this month) quickly and effortlessly makes real KODAK 4x6-inch pictures from nearly any digital source. People can wirelessly transmit pictures from their mobile phone cameras to the Printer Dock Plus, which also prints directly from digital cameras and memory cards, all without the need for a computer. Using the Printer Dock Plus, waterproof KODAK pictures can be printed at home with just a touch of a button, in as little as 60 seconds each. Thanks to KODAK Color Science technology, the Printer Dock Plus delivers pictures with vibrant, accurate colours.


Kodak introduces new DIGITAL GEM Pro Plug-In


Dennis Hissink : 2004-08-03 06:33:16
Kodak introduced the new DIGITAL GEM Professional Plug-In, which enables users to dramatically reduce both visual noise and film grain in their digital images without excessive softening. This new, professional plug-in has the same basic features and functionality as the award-winning DIGITAL GEM Plug-In, plus it offers 16 bit support, more control and improved results for automatic noise and grain reduction.In conjunction with the release of the new DIGITAL GEM Professional Plug-In, the original DIGITAL GEM Plug-In price has been reduced from $79.95 to $49.95. The recently released DIGITAL GEM Airbrush Professional Plug-In which automatically smoothes and renews skin surfaces without affecting prominent details like hair, eyes, lashes, etc


Kodak makes it easier to print digital pictures


Dennis Hissink : 2004-06-29 15:52:07
Digital camera adoption has reached mainstream status with millions of American consumers participating in digital photography. Kodak, the trusted guide in photography for more than a century, is helping educate consumers by offering solutions to their digital printing questions and expanding the availability of KODAK Picture Maker digital print kiosks. According to InfoTrends, approximately 30 percent of U.S. households owned digital cameras in 2003. That number is expected to grow to 41 percent by the end of 2004. Surprisingly, consumers have been hesitant to embrace the final stage of adoption, printing digital pictures, until now. Preservation of memories has begun to play an important role in fueling the demand for digital printing.


Kodak introduces new DIGITAL GEM Airbrush Pro


Dennis Hissink : 2004-06-07 12:50:05
Eastman Kodak Company introduced the new DIGITAL GEM Airbrush Professional Plug-In, which gives users a quick and powerful way of smoothing skin and other surfaces without blurring or affecting the detail of important facial features. This new plug-in enables users to automatically achieve meticulous airbrush and retouching effects without tedious, time-consuming masking and manual softening. The DIGITAL GEM Airbrush Professional Plug-In joins the suite of image correction and enhancement plug-ins that provide easy and effective methods for automatically improving digital images in ADOBE PHOTOSHOP Software and compatible image editing applications. A FREE trial version is available for download at www.asf.com.


New Kodak Professional Inkjet Photo Paper


Dennis Hissink : 2004-06-03 05:32:16
Eastman Kodak Company introduced Kodak Professional Inkjet Photo Paper for professional and advanced amateur (AdAm) photographers. The high quality, instant-dry paper, available in glossy and lustre finishes, is compatible with all inkjet printers and represents the first Kodak Professional branded inkjet-media in the market. Featuring a true photographic base with high-quality pulp and state-of-the-art paper chemistry, the new instant-drying cut-sheet inkjet photo paper delivers outstanding image quality, whiter whites, accurate flesh-tone reproduction and a wide color gamut. With a range of recommended and custom color profiles developed for popular inkjet printers, the paper delivers a bright, saturated color and sharp detail.


Kodak introduces new OLED display materials


Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-31 10:28:47
Continuing its pioneering role in the OLED display industry, Eastman Kodak Company is introducing new high-performance materials for the manufacture of OLED displays and demonstrating active matrix organic light emitting diode (AM OLED) display panels in new sizes and formats, expanding the range of potential uses for the technology. Kodak has developed a groundbreaking OLED formulation that includes four colours: red, green, blue, and, for the first time, white. As a result, manufacturers will have the flexibility to choose the panel architecture that best suits their device design and production needs. Kodak has demonstrated these advances at the 2004 Society for Information Display (SID) conference in Seattle.


Kodak and Lexar Media join forces


Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-21 03:30:00
Kodak and Lexar Media announced they have formed a long-term agreement to gain a larger share of the market for removable digital memory products, driven by surging demand from the mass-market adoption of digital cameras, mobile phone cameras, portable music players and other consumer electronics devices. As part of the exclusive multi-year agreement, Lexar Media will manufacture and distribute a full range of KODAK branded memory cards and will work with Kodak to provide consumers with a wide variety of reliable, high quality, mass-market memory cards worldwide. Kodak will contribute to the partnership its brand power and global distribution network, while Lexar Media will contribute removable memory products.


New Kodak EasyShare CX7530 and CX7330 cameras


Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-04 13:56:38
Kodak today introduced two additions to its point-and-shoot line of consumer digital cameras, the Kodak EasyShare CX7530 and Kodak EasyShare CX7330 zoom digital cameras. The EasyShare CX7530 camera is ideal for the digital photographer who wants great photos, one-touch picture taking simplicity, plus a degree of creative flexibility. It offers 5-megapixel (MP) resolution for rich photographic detail as well as the ability to enlarge photos up to 20x30 inches, a 3X optical zoom lens, an exclusive on-camera "Share" button and integrated digital photo album, and multiple pre-set scene modes. The CX7530 camera will be available worldwide beginning in July 2004 at a suggested retail price of just US$299.


New version of the Kodak EasyShare printer dock


Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-04 13:34:44
Presenting an encore to last year's highly successful Kodak EasyShare printer dock introduction, Eastman Kodak Company today announced that its latest model is compatible with multiple brands of digital cameras. The new version, available worldwide beginning this June, incorporates PictBridge technology for connecting to other manufacturers' cameras, an optional external memory card reader, and a dedicated multi-function connector for Kodak EasyShare 600/6000 and 700/7000-series digital cameras. All connection options allow direct 4 x 6-inch thermal picture printing (full size and multiple images per sheet) with or without a computer. With the introduction of this new printer dock EasyShare camera owners will face another handy accessory.






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