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Interview with Michael DeLuca from Kodak ISS


Mark Peters : 2006-03-04 15:30:00
Kodak ISS interview : At the Photo Marketing Trade Show (PMA 2006), we have interviewed Michael DeLuca, marketing manager image sensor solutions (ISS), from Kodak. ISS is developing all kind of image sensors. At this moment the small image sensors for mobile imaging devices are right in the spotlight, but also the large image sensors like the Kodak KAF 39000 39 Megapixel sensor, used within Phase One products, or the image sensors for FourThirds digital SLR cameras are interesting new products from ISS. Normally you only see the outer technique from the digital camera, but the actual device that captures the image at first is very interesting too. It is pretty amazing seeing the devices getting smaller and resolution increasing.


Kodak EasyShare cameras receive Red Dot Award


Mark Peters : 2006-03-03 03:50:00
Kodak EasyShare cameras receive Red Dot Award : Eastman Kodak Company has been recognized for its innovative design capabilities by an international panel of design experts. Three groundbreaking Kodak EasyShare digital products - the Kodak EasyShare One, Kodak EasyShare V570, and the Kodak EasyShare P880 zoom digital cameras - recently were selected as recipients of the highly regarded 2006 red dot Award for Product Design. The red dot design award ranks among the largest and most prestigious design competitions in the world and annually draws more than 2,000 product entries from more than 41 countries. The Red Dot awards will be presented by red dot at a June 26 gala in the Essen Aalto Theater in Germany.


Kodak EasyShare V570 Special Kwiat Diamond Edition


Mark Peters : 2006-03-01 19:25:00
Kodak EasyShare V570 Special Kwiat Diamond Edition : Kwiat Diamonds and Kodak Present the Ultimate Luxury Suite at The Four Seasons Hotel Beverly Hills. Kwiat Diamonds and Eastman Kodak Company have partnered to host the Ultimate Luxury Suite to celebrate the 78th Academy Awards. For each Best Actress nominee, a Kodak EasyShare V570 - the world's first dual-lens digital camera - has been personalized with their initials in 75 brilliant-cut diamonds provided by Kwiat. These one-of-a-kind diamond digital cameras are valued at $20,000 each. The suite will showcase an "Inspired By" installation featuring life-like sketches of the leading ladies and the perfect jewelry to accessorize their gowns on the Oscar red carpet.


Kodak Picture Kiosk G4 photo station awarded by DIMA


Mark Peters : 2006-02-26 21:05:25
Kodak Picture Kiosk G4 photo station awarded by DIMA : Kodak Picture Kiosk G4 Multi-Station Digital Picture Center earned the company accolades for innovation at this year's Photo Marketing Association (PMA) Annual International Convention and Trade Show. The Digital Imaging Marketing Association (DIMA, part of PMA) recognized the KODAK Digital Picture Center, as well as Kodak Professional Digital Printing Software (DP1), as two of only 17 products that will influence the future of digital imaging. DIMA Innovative Digital Product Awards are presented annually to distinctive or first-of-a-kind products or services. Past Kodak wins have included the Kodak EasyShare One wireless digital camera and the EasyShare printer dock.


Kodak mobile imaging technology at 3GSM 2006


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-24 15:25:00
Kodak mobile imaging technology at 3GSM 2006 : At 3GSM 2006, Kodak will demonstrate technology innovations that provide a mobile imaging infrastructure to network operators and handset manufacturers. Joint demonstrations with Texas Instruments, Motorola and Skype, will show how consumers can realise the potential of pictures on their handsets and help them to easily take, share and print good quality photographs from camera phones. Sandra Morris, General Manager, Consumer Imaging Services, Eastman Kodak Company, said, "Kodak is committed to developing great products and services that unlock images from the mobile phone and at 3GSM we are showing the full range of innovative technology to demonstrate how the industry can meet consumer demands."


Kodak demonstrates powerful solutions at IPEX 2006


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-24 15:00:00
Kodak demonstrates powerful solutions at IPEX 2006 : Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group (GCG) will demonstrate the power and added-value it brings to customers through its integrated offering. This encompasses image capture through professional digital photography equipment, scanning and document imaging; powerful new workflow tools; and a host of output options including digital proofs and printing plates; black-and-white and full color production digital printing; and high-speed industrial ink-jet printing. These powerful solutions will be demonstrated on Kodak’s booth at IPEX 2006.


Everplay standard replaces PASS


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-24 03:40:00
Everplay standard : Eastman Kodak Company, Fuji Photo Film and Konica Minolta Photo Imaging, founding members of the former Picture Archiving and Sharing Standard (PASS), today announced the Everplay standard designed to ensure compatibility of digital photos and motion images across a broad range of consumer products for future generations. Methods to organize and preserve digital images have evolved independently by many different companies and have lost interoperability among the different systems. There are also potential problems as time passes, systems evolve and formats change. The new Everplay standard aims to resolve these issues and respond to consumers’ need to protect images and enjoy widespread interoperability.


ImageLink print system at PMA 2006


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-24 03:35:00
ImageLink print system at PMA 2006 : Nikon, Olympus and Pentax introduced five digital cameras designed to connect to Kodak's EasyShare printer dock via the ImageLink system standard at the Photo Marketing Association International Convention and Trade Show this week. The ImageLink print system, introduced by Kodak and a consortium of leading digital camera manufacturers at Photokina in September 2004, is a standard that allows pictures taken with a digital camera to be printed directly on the Kodak EasyShare printer dock. The dock enables consumers to print outstanding quality snapshots at the press of a button without connecting to a computer - a task that many consumers find complicated and time consuming.


Kodak tops USA digital camera market


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-22 04:02:00
Kodak tops USA digital camera market : Eastman Kodak Co. captured the No. 1 slot in the ballooning USA digital-camera market for a second straight year, extending its lead over Japanese rivals Canon Inc. and Sony Corp. Domestic sales of digital cameras surged 21 percent to 28 million in 2005, and Kodak's market share leaped to 24.9 percent from 21 percent in 2004, according to data released Thursday by IDC, a research firm in Framingham, Mass. Kodak shipped 7.05 million digital cameras to USA retailers last year, 43 percent more than in 2004. Tokyo-based Canon moved ahead of Sony into the No. 2 spot with 5 million shipments, a 16 percent increase, but its market slice still shrunk from 18.3 percent to 17.7 percent, IDC said.


Kodak EasyShare V603


Mark Peters : 2006-02-17 19:55:00
Kodak EasyShare V603 : Building upon the tremendous success of its award-winning line of Kodak EasyShare V-series digital cameras, Kodak debuts the V603, a compact camera that is the perfect mixture of style, performance and simplicity that can slide into almost any pocket. The Kodak EasyShare V603 Zoom is designed for people who want a small, stylish camera packed with innovative features to enhance the photography experience. It is the latest in the V-series line of cameras which features exciting digital advancements wrapped in sleek camera bodies while remaining true to Kodak’s signature ease-of-use. The Kodak EasyShare V603 Zoom Digital Camera (black or silver), will be available in April 2006 and will retail for US$299.


Kodak EasyShare Z612


Dennis Hissink : 2006-02-17 19:50:00
Kodak EasyShare Z612 : Kodak announced the Kodak EasyShare Z612 which helps everyday picture takers get closer, better, more creative shots. Kodak EasyShare Z-Series cameras combine fast-performing, point-and-shoot flexibility with the photographic control achieved through a higher optical zoom. The 6 Megapixel Kodak Z612 digital camera is a compact camera boasting a 12X Schneider-Kreuznach Variogon optical zoom lens with Kodak's image stabilization technology for sharp shots and steady videos. The camera's easy-to-use performance features include a 2.5 inch display, PASM modes, auto-image enhance, on-camera cropping, histogram and advanced video designed to help enthusiastic photographers take better pictures with sharper detail.


Kodak EasyShare C643


Dennis Hissink : 2006-02-17 19:45:00
Kodak EasyShare C643 : Kodak introduces the Kodak EasyShare C643 that combines Kodak's hallmark ease-of-use, quality and value. "The Kodak EasyShare C643 provides users new to photography with tools to capture and share their memories," said Mary Hadley, general manager of digital cameras for Kodak's Consumer Digital Imaging Group. "The Kodak C643 is designed to give people the opportunity to get the best quality pictures beginning with their very first shot." The Kodak EasyShare C643 is an all-purpose solution for users who seek compact design and exceptional value, 6.1-Megapixel resolution, 3x optical and 5x digital zoom, large 2.4" LCD display, 30 fps VGA with audio capture, and a wealth of on-camera picture-enhancing features.


Kodak EasyShare C533


Dennis Hissink : 2006-02-17 19:40:00
Kodak EasyShare C533 : Eastman Kodak Company announced the Kodak EasyShare C533 digital camera that combines Kodak's hallmark ease-of-use, quality and value, making it possible for entry-level picture takers to capture, share, organize and print pictures. "The new Kodak EasyShare C533 camera provides users new to photography with tools to capture and share their memories," said Mary Hadley, general manager of digital cameras for Kodak's Consumer Digital Imaging Group. “The Kodak C533 is designed to give people the opportunity to get the best quality pictures beginning with their very first shot." The 5 Megapixel Kodak EasyShare C533 boasts a 3X optical and 5X digital zoom, 1.8" indoor/outdoor color display and on-camera cropping.


Kodak professional output product portfolio


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-17 19:35:26
Kodak professional output product portfolio improved : Underscoring its commitment to the professional market, Eastman Kodak Company today announced improvements across its industry-leading professional output product portfolio designed to increase efficiency and bolster quality. “Kodak has long set the gold standard when it comes to output solutions for professionals,” said Diane McCue, General Manager, Paper and Output Systems, and Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company. “With the range of innovative product & program improvements announced today, the company’s dedication to this segment is further strengthened, providing pro labs and pro photographers with better, more streamlined output solutions as well as true support.”


Kodak full service retail photo printing system


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-17 19:35:24
Kodak full service retail photo printing system : Eastman Kodak Company, world’s foremost imaging innovator, today reaffirmed its commitment to providing high-quality, innovative products to help retailers succeed in today’s changing marketplace. According to the most recent Photo Marketing Association (PMA) reports, total digital camera images for 2005 are estimated at 17 billion, with 22 billion projected for 2006 and 26 billion for 2007. This creates a tremendous opportunity for the industry to help consumers capture, share, archive and print these images. And as Kodak continues to deliver innovative solutions for digital printing, retailers can profit from a plethora of opportunities.


Kodak Qualex digital printing solution


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-17 19:33:53
Kodak Qualex digital printing solution : Eastman Kodak Company, world’s foremost imaging innovator, has introduced a new digital printing solution for consumers to conveniently print their digital pictures at retail. Now, at more than 12,000 retail locations around the country, consumers can simply drop off their memory cards or CDs for printing of all their digital pictures and return to the store in a few days for pick-up. Through its Qualex central lab organization, Kodak is providing people with another option for making digital prints. Similar to dropping off a roll of film for developing, people can print large numbers of digital images conveniently and affordably in many Kodak processing locations across the country.


Kodak consumer inkjet paper


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-17 19:33:25
Kodak Consumer Inkjet Paper : Eastman Kodak Company today announced changes across its entire line of consumer inkjet papers. By incorporating porous media technology and streamlining the product portfolio, Kodak has improved the usability of the paper and the overall consumer experience. “Kodak inkjet papers provide a universal printing solution with phenomenal results regardless of what brand of printer or ink are used, and based on our new porous technology, they offer an easier out-of-the-box experience, eliminating the guesswork for the consumer,” said Steve Decker, General Manager, Kodak Consumer Digital Group Home Printing. “Kodak inkjet papers give all inkjet users an effortless way to get beautiful pictures.”


Kodak unveils new camera phone CMOS image sensor


Mark Peters : 2006-02-17 19:12:00
Kodak camera phone CMOS image sensor : Kodak continues to expand its portfolio of CMOS image sensors for consumer applications with the release of a new 1.3-megapixel CMOS image sensor targeted at the high-volume camera phone market. The Kodak KAC01301 image sensor expands Kodak’s portfolio of CMOS imagers, which provide manufacturers a range of solutions designed specifically for high-volume markets such as digital cameras and camera phones. The new sensors demonstrates Kodak’s commitment to developing next generation, cost effective CMOS image sensor devices that provide the image quality currently available from CCD image sensors, while taking advantage of the power, integration, and cost benefits associated with CMOS technology.


Kodak and Bibble Labs announce technology agreement


Mark Peters : 2006-02-17 19:10:00
Kodak and Bibble Labs announce technology agreement : Kodak and Bibble Labs announced a cross-licensing and co-marketing agreement that will allow both companies to offer new, improved products to imaging professionals that further strengthens Kodak’s ‘Connect with Pro Quality’ products and programs. Under the agreement, Kodak is licensing to Bibble two proprietary technologies, the Kodak ColorFlow Color Management Module and the Kodak ColorFlow ICC Input API. New versions of Bibble’s highly successful professional workflow software will integrate both of these technologies to create a best practices data path for generating finished files suitable for display and printing on Kodak output systems with minimal image adjustments.


Kodak film product portfolio


Ilse Jurriën : 2006-02-17 18:33:06
Kodak film product portfolio improvements : Demonstrating its continuing commitment to the traditional photography market, Eastman Kodak Company introduced improvements across its award-winning consumer and professional film product portfolio today at the Photo Marketing Association Show in Orlando, Florida, elevating the consumer photography experience for users of traditional products. “Actions speak louder than words. The traditional product portfolio improvements announced today represent solid proof that Kodak is committed to people around the world who capture images with film and one-time-use cameras,” said Mary Jane Hellyar, President, Film and Photofinishing Group and Senior Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company.






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