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Mark Peters : October 29th 2009 - 23:55 CET

Kodak Micro Four Thirds camera


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KodakKodak to launch a Micro Four Thirds camera? : As the end of the year approaches fast, we sneak in a quick look at the year 2010. According to the tradition, the Consumer Electronics Show starts off the year with the introduction of several new digital cameras and camcorder. Kodak seems to be one of the manufacturers wanting to use this period to launch an entirely new type of Kodak EasyShare camera system. It is a known fact that Kodak belongs to the Four Thirds organization, but whether we can actually expect a Kodak Micro Four Thirds camera, remains to be seen. It would certainly surprise the camera industry highly. Besides, only Panasonic and Olympus are officially active members of the Micro Four Thirds organization.
Kodak Micro Four Thirds

Kodak Micro Four Thirds camera
Kodak has been a supplier of image sensors, among others for the Four Thirds cameras, for several years now. However, also the Leica S2 features a Kodak sensor. The rumors about a new EasyShare camera seem questionable. In the past, Kodak did have DSLR cameras in its assortment, however, in recent years the brand has focused solely on simple compact cameras. This makes it difficult to picture a new type of Kodak EasyShare camera. You'd sooner think of a special gadget than of a serious camera. Is there going to be a Kodak Micro Four Thirds camera, or not?

Kodak EasyShare Micro Four Thirds camera

EasyShare Micro Four Thirds camera
If Kodak is taking the step to develop and launch an 'EasyShare Micro Four Thirds camera', it would break open the market for cheap system cameras. Currently, only Olympus and Panasonic are active in this segment, with relatively expensive Micro Four Thirds cameras. Will Kodak seize the opportunity to force a price break-through for Micro Four Thirds?




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