Kodak is a technology company that focuses on producing and providing imaging equipment, materials, and services. The brand particularly targets the photography and printing industry with its range of products and services.
First introduced in 1888
Changed its name to Eastman Kodak Company in 1892
Pioneered color photography in 1935
Introduced the world's first digital camera in 1975
Filed for bankruptcy in 2012 but then emerged as a new company in 2013
Japanese multinational corporation that specializes in producing imaging and optical products, including cameras, photocopiers, steppers, computer printers, and medical equipment.
Japanese multinational corporation that specializes in producing photography equipment such as cameras, lenses, and binoculars.
Japanese multinational photography and imaging company known for its range of photographic film products and cameras, as well as other imaging equipment and services.
Color negative film with soft, natural colors and fine grain.
High-resolution black and white film with the finest grain available in a 120 format.
A mobile app that allows users to print photos from their phones and have them delivered to their doorstep.
A service that digitizes old photos, tapes, films, and audio recordings and stores them online for easy access and sharing.
Yes. Kodak filed for bankruptcy in 2012, but the company ultimately emerged as a new entity in 2013 and has since focused on producing and providing imaging equipment, materials, and services.
Kodak Moments is a mobile app that allows users to print photos from their phones and have them delivered to their doorstep. The app also provides a range of other photo-related services, such as photo books, greeting cards, and personalized calendars.
Yes. Despite the rise in digital photography and the decline of film, Kodak still produces a range of film products, including color negative film, black and white film, and motion picture film.
Kodak's digital camera business struggled in the face of competition from other companies such as Sony and Canon. Kodak ultimately filed for bankruptcy in 2012, and its digital camera business was sold off to concentrate on other areas of the business.
The Kodak Digitizing Box is a service that digitizes old photos, tapes, films, and audio recordings and stores them online for easy access and sharing. The box comes with pre-paid shipping and all necessary packaging to safely send the media for digitization.