While CES 2016 has been dominated thus far by buzzwords like HDR, 4K and multi-room audio, Kodak is going back to its roots. The iconic brand is aiming to bring back the popular medium, Super 8, from the 1970’s with a fresh batch of hardware. Kodak is preparing to release two different versions of the camera this fall in conjunction with a new service that processes, scans and delivers all of your footage. Initial mockups of the device look great. The question is, will consumers buy-in? Head below for more information and a gallery of images.
Kodak Stories January 6, 2016
Kodak Stories October 29, 2014
There are a number of companies trying to give GoPro a run for its money in the action cam space, including Garmin and even Polaroid with its mini casual offering. With GoPro now offering cams that shoot 4K and even one in the sub $150 range, competitors are going to have to start getting more creative. Previously unveiled and now available for purchase, the new 360 degree Kodak action cam is looking to do just that…
Kodak Stories August 14, 2014
Kodak Stories May 25, 2014