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Mark Peters : November 4th 2009 - 10:56 CET
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KodakKodak EasyShare 3D digital camera : Insiders know well that it has been rumbling in the digital camera industry for the past few years. If we look back to the year 2001, we can count at least 30+ manufacturers that were actively developing digital cameras. Eight years later we can only count 19 camera manufacturers that are barely active. These are not only the B-brands, but also renowned camera brands such as Eastman Kodak Company has had setbacks, and are not outstanding camera manufacturers anymore. Recently Eastman Kodak Company presented figures which show that the camera-giant from the past has sold almost 50% less in the third quarter of the same period last year.

Kodak 3D camera

Kodak 3D camera
According to Kodak this was caused by a decline in consumer sales. That makes camera manufacturers get fed up. Still, it looks like the camera industry has not rid itself of Kodak yet. There are several rumours doing the rounds that we can expect something really new in digital cameras around the CES 2010 period (7-10 January). Although we do hear this often, many of these claims go unfounded, and they certainly have not made an impression. But let’s go along with it anyway and imagine...

Kodak Micro Four Thirds

Kodak Micro Four Thirds
Earlier we reported a possible new EasyShare camera based on the Four Thirds or Micro FourThirds system. It looks like that is too far-fetched, but possibly more realistic than the rumour that we will see a Kodak 3D DSLR during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. It would be quite a stunt, so we actually expect to find a Kodak EasyShare 3D camera. Following Fujifilm, Kodak will probably add other products such as 3D digital photo frames and 3D printers. We will wait and see!
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