Latest Kodak camera news

Want to capture 360-degree VR footage? The Kodak PixPro 4KVR360 could be your affordable all-in-one solution
Want to capture 360-degree VR footage? The Kodak PixPro 4KVR360 could be your affordable all-in-one solution By Mike Lowe

If there's a buzz in the tech world for 2016 then it's virtual reality, or VR. But you don't need to be a whizz or an ultra-rich kid to capture such footage these days. The Kodak PixPro 4KVR360, which is due out in early 2017, is an all-in-one dual lens... Read more

Pocket-lint Extreme: Thrashing a Jaguar XF around the track
Pocket-lint Extreme: Thrashing a Jaguar XF around the track By Luke Edwards

When you're going sideways into a corner in a car worth more than double anything you've ever owned, you'd be forgiven for being nervous.That's the situation we found ourselves in while driving the new Jaguar XF around the Circuito de Navarra in northern... Read more

Pocket-lint Extreme: White water rafting at Lee Valley White Water Centre
Pocket-lint Extreme: White water rafting at Lee Valley White Water Centre By Stuart Miles

"Listen up, or you'll get hurt."Those might not have been the exact words from Rich our raft instructor at the Lee Valley White Water Centre, as team Pocket-lint huddled around him, but it is the main gist of what he had been saying over the last 20... Read more

Pocket-lint Extreme: Mountain biking
Pocket-lint Extreme: Mountain biking By Stuart Miles

What's happening around you right now? Turn around and you'll be able to quickly see, however the same might not be the case when you are bombing through the forest on your mountain bike.On a recent trip to Bracknell Forest's MTB trail we used the Kodak... Read more

Pocket-lint Extreme: Ziplining across Wembley Stadium
Pocket-lint Extreme: Ziplining across Wembley Stadium By Luke Edwards

Going to Wembley Stadium is an exciting trip on its own. But going, not to watch football but to zipline across the stadium, is even more exhilarating.We were invited to take the plunge across one of the world's most famous football pitches. What better... Read more

Kodak PixPro SP360 action cam lets you shoot 360-degree views, now available
Kodak PixPro SP360 action cam lets you shoot 360-degree views, now available By Elyse Betters

J.K. Imaging, a licensee of the Kodak PixPro camera brand, is finally shipping the SP360 360-degree digital action camera that it unveiled earlier this year.Pocket-lint had hands-on time with a concept version of the camera in March 2014, and at that... Read more

Kodak PixPro Smart Lens cameras rival Sony QX, want to improve your smartphone photos
Kodak PixPro Smart Lens cameras rival Sony QX, want to improve your smartphone photos By Chris Hall

Kodak has announced that it is launching a pair of Smart Lens cameras, SL10 and SL25, designed to be strapped to your smartphone to let you take better photos on the move.We say Kodak, but as photo fans will know, it's JK Imaging, that holds the worldwide... Read more

Kodak files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection
Kodak files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection By Paul Lamkin

As was speculated earlier this month, the Eastman Kodak Company has filed voluntary petitions for chapter 11 business reorganisation with a bankruptcy court in the US.The move, which essentially sees Kodak entering a protected period and taking credit... Read more

Kodak bankruptcy planned as last ditch patent sell off begins
Kodak bankruptcy planned as last ditch patent sell off begins By Ben Crompton

Kodak is preparing for bankruptcy in the US, even though it is attempting to sell off a large amount of digital patents in order to survive.The camera and printer company, established in 1896, has been in trouble for a number of years, and despite inventing... Read more

The decline and fall of Kodak
The decline and fall of Kodak By Stuart Miles

Kodak, founded in 1896, is finding itself on the verge of bankruptcy after stock plummeted to its lowest levels since 1935.The latest stock price, which closed at 78 cents only to rise to $1.02 in after hour trading, values the company at just over $200... Read more

Kodak EasyShare M590
Kodak EasyShare M590 By Dan Sung

The Kodak EasyShare M590 may be the latest compact to own such short-lived titles as the thinnest 5x optical zoom camera in the world, but it's the sharing and social credentials it possesses that will stand the test of time.Yes, there's a 14-megapixel... Read more

Kodak's new PlaySport caught on camera
Kodak's new PlaySport caught on camera By Stuart Miles

Kodak has chosen CES as the venue to release a rugged version of its Zi8 pocket video camcorder and we can now bring you hands-on photos of the new gadget. The Kodak PlaySport offers 1080p video, Facebook and YouTube uploading tools and new underwater... Read more

Kodak Slice touchscreen camera announced
Kodak Slice touchscreen camera announced By Stuart Miles

Kodak has announced a new touchscreen enabled digital camera at CES in Las Vegas on Tuesday.The new model, called the Kodak Slice will feature a 3.5-inch touchscreen display on the back, come with a 14MP CCD sensor and 5x Schneider-Kreuznach lens,... Read more

Kodak launches C180 compact camera
Kodak launches C180 compact camera By Verity Burns

Kodak has snuck a new camera onto their website, without even a sniff of an official announcement. The C180 adds to the Kodak's AA-based C-series, and boasts 10.2-megapixels, 2.4-inch screen, a 3x optical zoom and a 5x digital zoom. Although it seems... Read more

Kodak introduces world's first 50 megapixel CCD Sensor
Kodak introduces world's first 50 megapixel CCD Sensor By Verity Burns

Kodak has introduced the world's first 50-megapixel CCD image sensor for professional photography. To give you some idea of what you can see with such detail, Kodak reckons that in an aerial photo of a field, you could detect an object about the same... Read more

Kodak claims world first with new CMOS chip
Kodak claims world first with new CMOS chip By Katie Scott

Kodak has unveiled what it is claiming to be the world's first 1.4 Micron, 5 megapixel, high ISO CMOS sensor.The new sensor sees Kodak combining its Color Filter Pattern technology with a new CMOS pixel to create the KODAK KAC-05020 Image Sensor.The sensor... Read more

CES 2008: Kodak V1253, M1033 and Z1085 cameras announced
CES 2008: Kodak V1253, M1033 and Z1085 cameras announced By Stuart Miles

Kodak has launched a series of new digital cameras at CES in Las Vegas including models that offer a touchscreen. The new models which built on Kodak's new HD branding message see additions and updates to the V, M and Z ranges of digital cameras from... Read more

Kodak to add GPS to camera range
Kodak to add GPS to camera range By Stuart Miles

Kodak has said that it will include GPS in its camera range by 2009 to allow users to location images easily. According to John O'Grady, the MD for Europe, Africa and Middle East, the technology will be featured in the background rather than as an addition... Read more

Kodak's groundbreaking image sensor technology
Kodak's groundbreaking image sensor technology By Amy-Mae Elliott

Kodak has announced a groundbreaking advancement in image sensor technology that will help to make dark, blurry digital photos a thing of the past.Kodak’s new sensor technology provides a 2x to 4x increase in sensitivity to light (from one to two photographic... Read more

CES 2007: Kodak announce digital photo frames
CES 2007: Kodak announce digital photo frames By Stuart Miles

Kodak has further embraced digital photography away from its printing roots by announcing a range of digital photo frames at CES 2007 in Las Vegas. “The world trusts their pictures to Kodak”, said Phil Faraci, President, Consumer Digital Group and... Read more

Kodak enter the Ultra Zoom Market
Kodak enter the Ultra Zoom Market By Stuart Miles

Kodak has today announced the DX6490 - a 10x optical zoom, 4 megapixel camera to tackle the Ultra zoom ranges by other manufacturers. Giving a total focal length range of 38 to 380mm and a maximum aperture of f2.8 to f3.7 the camera is estimated to cost... Read more