Category Archives: Kodak

New Kodak PixPro SP360 action camera with 4K video released


JK Imaging announced a new 4k version of the Kodak PixPro SP360 action camera ($299). Here are the main specs: 12 megapixels, BSICMOS sensor Fixed focus lens (F.2.8) that takes 360° spherical images Viewing options: Dome (235°), Front, Global (360°), Ring, Segment (180° front and 180°rear) or Panorama mode High speed videos 1280 x 720 (120fps); […]

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Kodak first DMILC (digital mirrorless interchangeable lens camera) with Nikon F mount

Kodak worlds first DMILC digital mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera

This post was written by Ron Volmershausen: Remember a company called Kodak and how they used to be innovators in both film & film-less  cameras? Not many people know this; but not long after having released the world’s first professional digital SLR camera back in 1991 , Kodak went on to release the world’s first DMILC (digital mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera) […]

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The lot of 600 vintage cameras from 1880-1980 is still available for sale

The ultimate vintage camera collection 10

The lot of 600 vintage cameras I reported about few months ago is still available for sale on eBay. The item description is “most are in working order, newer SLRs not working”… The collection, described as the 3rd or 4th largest in world, contains Zeiss, Nikon, Leica, Canon, Rollei and Kodak cameras from 1880-1980. You can […]

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Vote for the 2014 worst camera of the year award


I will be offline next week – a perfect time to post the 2014 worst camera of the year award (see the last year’s award). Here are the contestants in no particular order and the poll: → Hasselblad Lunar limited edition camera ($10,000). → Another Hassy entry: the “Elite” Hasselblad HV camera ($11,995.00) → JK Imaging lens camera (Sony QX10/QX100 copycat). → Vivitar IU680 […]

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Kodak film price increas in Japan


Kodak will have another film price increase in Japan effective on February 4th:

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What else is new?

Fujifilm Globe-Trotter exclusive luxury mirrorless camera kit 2

→ Fujifilm and Globe-Trotter have announced another “exclusive” and “luxury” kit based on the Fujifilm X-T1 Graphite Silver camera. You can see the previous Globe-Trotter/Fuji edition kits here and here. → The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7 camera body is listed as discontinued at B&H. → Kodak already has a website for the Instamatic Android based devices I reported last month. […]

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New Kodak Android devices to be announced at CES 2015


Kodak has partnered with mobile device manufacturer Bullitt Group and are planning to announce new Android based devices at the 2015 CES show that will take place in early January in Las Vegas:

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Kodak earned $19 million in third quarter


After years of financial troubles, Kodak reported $19 million earnings in third quarter:

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The Kodak Pixpro SP360 is a new 360 degrees HD action camera


JK Imaging announced another Kodak branded 360 Degrees HD action camera – the Kodak Pixpro SP360 ($399.99). Here are the basic specifications (detailed specifications are available here): 360º viewing range Built-in 16MP 1/2.33″ MOS sensor 2m shockproof / -10ºC freezeproof / dustproof / water resistant Wi-Fi / NFC connectivity Control wirelessly with iOS & Android devices Supports 1080p30 […]

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→ The Lomography Cine400 film is now in stock. Only 4,000 rolls will be produced (via Popphoto). → MindShift Gear has just released two new rotating backpacks –  Rotation180° Trail and Rotation180° Travel Away: With the rotation180° Trail you can hike, mountain bike, ski, and birdwatch without breaking stride. No more removing a cumbersome backpack to access […]

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