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New Kiosk Version 4.0 Software from Kodak
Dennis Hissink : September 27th 2004 - 00:00 CET
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KodakDigital 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.
New Kiosk Version 4.0 Software from Kodak Among the new features are support for a wider range of digital camera memory cards, a more user friendly screen organisation, and faster CD writing. More languages are supported, including Norwegian, Swedish, Danish and Finnish (Version 4.0 L also includes Russian, Polish and Turkish).

Digital Printing Gets Easier
Due to the growing popularity of printing digital pictures, digital printing is set to increase exponentially over the next few years. Digital printing at retail locations is the most rapidly growing digital printing option and is becoming more recognised by digital camera users as a viable option for obtaining quality digital pictures. Most consumers are looking for digital printing solutions at retail that offer immediate satisfaction in viewing and printing their pictures. They want control over the quantity of pictures they print and the price they are willing to spend on prints. Their behaviour mirrors that of consumers taking their film to a retail location for processing.

By expanding the availability of Kodak Kiosks and improving its software, Kodak offers the most widely available network of digital printing kiosks. With more than 50,000 KODAK Kiosks shipped worldwide, Kodak is the industry leader in providing consumers with digital print options.

A dealer locator tool is available at so consumers can easily locate their nearest retail location offering KODAK Digital Print Kiosks.

About KODAK Digital Print Kiosks
The self-service Kodak Kiosks print pictures in seconds from just about any digital camera memory card including Secure Digital (SD) cards, MultiMedia Card (MMC), CompactFlash, SmartMedia, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO cards and xD-Picture Card.

Kodak also offers consumers mobile printing capabilities using wireless or infrared technologies via an accessory to Kodak Kiosks. Camera-phone users simply take a picture with their mobile imaging-enabled phone, select the wireless option or insert their memory card, and upload or beam the photo to a Kodak Digital Print Kiosk. Consumers then follow the on-screen directions to easily edit, enhance and print their pictures. The consumer friendly touch screen lets consumers preview, select and print the exact digital image they want. They can zoom, crop, adjust brightness and reduce red eye to create the great borderless 10 x 15 cm (4 x 6 inch) pictures. Additionally, the kiosks allow consumers to save their digital images and create 'digital negatives' on a Kodak Picture CD.

Version 4.0 software is now included in all new Kodak Kiosk units and is also available as a free software upgrade for current kiosk owners.
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