News tagged with "kodak"

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Kodak introduce three new digital cameras
Kodak has today introduced three new digital cameras with 2, 3 and 4 megapixel resolution respectively. The two megapixel CX6200 has a fixed focal length lens, it is priced at $129. The three megapixel CX6330 has a three times optical zoom lens, it is priced at $279. Finally the four megapixel DX6440 has a four times optical zoom lens and is priced at $399. "These new EasyShare cameras clearly demonstrate how Kodak is applying innovative technology to develop products that deliver superb image quality, performance, and ease of use," said Rowan Lawson, director of worldwide product marketing for Kodak's Digital & Applied Imaging division.
Comments 0 Published: Jun 2, 2003 at 15:18
Just posted! Kodak DCS-14n review

Phew! Perhaps one of the most exhaustive (and exhausting) reviews I've ever produced, our review of the fourteen megapixel DCS-14n spans no less than 24 pages, five of which are dedicated to comparing this camera to Canon's eleven megapixel EOS-1Ds. We've had our DCS-14n for some time now so I've had a good chance to evaluate the camera, and the various firmware versions which have flowed our way. And that's part of the problem, is the 14n actual finished yet? Dive into our review and see how Kodak's latest digital SLR stacks up.

Comments 0 Published: May 20, 2003 at 17:15
Kodak Acquires ASF Digital PIC Technology

Kodak has today announced an agreement to acquire Applied Science Fiction's film processing technology, Digital PIC™. Digital PIC is a non-chemical process for developing standard color negative film. It produces a digital image file that can be used to print photographs and be written to a CD. As a result, Kodak's will have the only kiosks capable of taking any input, including film, and giving the consumer the prints they want, in minutes.

Comments 0 Published: May 12, 2003 at 20:50
Kodak DCS 14n Firmware Upgrade

Kodak has recently posted a firmware update for the DCS 14n. This firmware upgrade, version 4.2.2, fixes a problem with the display of the card capacity under the Japanese and Chinese languages plus the focus area can now be changed whenever soft pressing the shutter button. New features also include a card write speed measurement feature, support for SD/MMC cards, faster startup and shutdown, plus much more.

Comments 0 Published: May 6, 2003 at 09:04
Rob Galbraith reviews the Kodak DCS-14n

Rob Galbraith has today posted his review of Kodak's DSC-14n digital SLR. The 14n certainly caused quite a stir at Photokina last September when it stepped up to the start line with a fourteen megapixel CMOS sensor. Since then has been fraught by delays which have left people wondering if the camera would ever make it into buyers hands. About the 14n Rob has this to say, "...until the 14n can produce vibrant, pleasing, printable colour in a variety of shooting situations, and until noise processing is less harmful to detail in low contrast areas, this is not a camera we would be prepared to shoot with to get our work done. Even at the low ISO settings this camera will be best used at."

Comments 0 Published: Apr 15, 2003 at 07:09
Imaging Resource post Kodak DCS-14n review

Dave Etchells from Imaging-Resource has just dropped me a note to let me know he's posted his lengthy review of Kodak's fourteen megapixel digital SLR, the DCS-14n. Note that his review is based on a pre-production camera. About this camera Dave says "It delivers excellent color, and an unusually flexible post-exposure workflow, thanks to the capabilities of Kodak's DCR "raw" file format. Unfortunately, it also has a number of limitations, many of which appear to stem from overly high noise levels in the sensor itself. No matter how much tweaking Kodak may do with their image processing algorithms, they're really at the mercy of their sensor supplier to deliver chips with better noise performance.".

Comments 0 Published: Mar 24, 2003 at 07:00
Kodak LS633 First with OLED Display

PMA 2003: Kodak has today announced the three megapixel, three times optical zoom EasyShare LS633 Zoom digital camera. The LS633 is world's first digital camera with OLED display. As there is no need for a backlight the LS633 should have good battery life. The LS633 will debut in April and will be available initially in Europe, Asia and Australia at a suggested retail price of $399.

Comments 0 Published: Mar 2, 2003 at 22:09
Kodak Ships DCS Pro 14n, finally

Pre-PMA 2003: Kodak has today announced that after a couple delays they will be shipping their DCS Pro 14n this week. Featuring a 13.89-megapixel, full-frame CMOS sensor and magnesium body. Madhav Mehra, General Manager, Digital Cameras, Kodak Professional said "We're pleased to bring the Kodak Professional DCS Pro 14n Digital Camera to market in time for the imaging industry's largest gathering in the Western Hemisphere - PMA,".

Comments 0 Published: Feb 27, 2003 at 22:38
Kodak EasyShare DX6340 Zoom

Pre-PMA 2003: Kodak has today announced the three megapixel, four times optical zoom EasyShare DX6340 Zoom digital camera. The DX6340 is said to be the smallest four times optical zoom digital camera on the market, it has a Schneider zoom lens which provides an equivalent focal length range of 36 to 144 mm and a maximum aperture of F2.2. The DX6340 should be available in May at a suggested retail price of US$329.

Comments 0 Published: Feb 27, 2003 at 09:24
Kodak EasyShare Printer Dock 6000

Pre-PMA 2003: Kodak has today announced the EasyShare Printer Dock 6000. This innvoative product is a dock and dye-sub 4 x 6" printer all in one. You simply drop your EasyShare camera onto the dock on top of the device and can execute prints immediately. The printer dock can also be used for normal image transfer and battery charging. The dock is expected to retail at US$199 with paper/ink packs costing US$14.99 for 20 prints, US$24.99 for 40 prints and $39.99 for 80 prints.

Comments 0 Published: Feb 27, 2003 at 09:12
Shop@Kodak to close on Feb 13

Thanks to DPReview regular Steve for pointing out that Shop@Kodak, Kodak's e-Commerce venture, is to close its doors on February the 13th. The following statement is posted on their site: " is improving its website with richer product and picture-taking information - all for your benefit. As part of this change, shop@kodak will close on Febryary 13."

Comments 0 Published: Jan 29, 2003 at 14:18
Kodak DCS-14n second delay and samples

Kodak Professional has today announced that it expects the ship date for the new fourteen megapixel Kodak DCS-14n to slip by approximately two weeks to mid February. Speaking to Jay Kelbley of Kodak Pro he reasons given for this delay are simply "to get image quality where we want it". In addition Kodak Pro has issued two sample images for us to publish and some more on the Kodak Pro website. UPDATE: More samples on Japanese website / Kodak replace existing samples with much improved versions (less noise reduction).

Comments 0 Published: Jan 14, 2003 at 07:42
Kodak Pro DCS 14n slips to January

Kodak Professional has posted a Q&A page on the DCS-14n. On this page they explain that they will not be shipping the DCS-14n in December as originally planned, instead the camera will be released 'mid January 2003'. The reason behind this delay is described as "...the initial user experience is critical to its success. Furthermore, we know that professional photographers rely on only the highest image quality to showcase their creativity and achieve their business goals. This brief, one-month extension will help Kodak ensure optimal customer satisfaction and "out of box" product performance for our valued customers. "

Comments 0 Published: Dec 11, 2002 at 13:40
Olympus and Kodak confirm 'Four Thirds System'

Photokina 2002: In a press release issued today Olympus and Kodak has confirmed the new 'common standard' for digital cameras. Called the Four Thirds System (4/3 System) it is designed to be a new standard for digital SLR cameras with interchangeable lens mount capability. Interestingly the press release also mentions that Fujifilm has also agreed to participate in the new 4/3 System standard. While it's encouraging to receive such news it's a real shame that neither company has yet announced a product considering that we first heard about this alliance 19 months ago.

Comments 1 Published: Sep 24, 2002 at 12:07
Kodak DCS Pro Back 645H

Photokina 2002: Kodak Professional has today announced the new DCS Pro Back 645H. The 645H is fully compatible with the new Hasselblad H1 camera system and delivers 16 megapixels of resolution. The 645H is completely portable with a built-in power supply, LCD monitor and storage slots. The 645H has a user selectable ISO sensitivity range of 100 to 400. The suggested U.S. list price is $11,995.00.

Comments 0 Published: Sep 24, 2002 at 16:38
Kodak DCS-14n Q & A

Photokina 2002: As a part of our coverage of the new DSC-14n digital SLR from Kodak we've had a chance to question Jay Kelbley, Worldwide product manager. This article includes some exclusive questions I asked as well as a reproduction of a set of questions and answers supplied by Kodak as part of the DCS-14n press kit. We asked some probing questions about the new camera and especially Kodak's entry into large format CMOS sensor territory.

Comments 0 Published: Sep 24, 2002 at 05:51
Kodak Pro DCS-14n, 14 megapixel full-frame CMOS

Photokina 2002: Kodak has announced the new 14 megapixel DCS-14n. This new digital SLR is even more remarkable for its capture device, a 13.89 megapixel full-frame (36 x 24 mm) CMOS sensor. The magnesium-alloy body is built around a Nikon F100/F80, has a built-in portrait grip and is notably smaller than any previous Kodak DCS D-SLR. The camera is powered by a Lithium-Ion battery, takes Compact Flash (Type I/II) and SD/MMC storage, supports JPEG-ERI (higher dynamic range JPEG) and also features an orientation sensor. The camera should be available in December with an expected street price of US$4,000.

Comments 0 Published: Sep 23, 2002 at 21:42
Kodak EasyShare LS443

Photokina 2002: Kodak has announced the four megapixel tree times optical zoom EasyShare LS443. The LS443 features a new 'Variogon lens' from German lens maker Schneider-Kreuznach. The camera also features a 1.8" indoor/outdoor LCD monitor stores its images on SD/MMC and comes with the dock (pictured here). The LS443 should be available in October and is priced at $499.95.

Comments 0 Published: Sep 23, 2002 at 21:01
Kodak recall DC5000 digital cameras

Kodak has today announced a recall of all Kodak DC5000 digital cameras with a serial number from 01800001 through 11700825. The Kodak Statement reads, "Kodak has received 12 reports, including six in the U.S., of consumers who experienced an electrical shock while changing batteries, or installing or removing the memory card or USB cable. There have been no reports of serious injury."

Comments 0 Published: Sep 9, 2002 at 13:53
Kodak announce DX4330 and CX4200

09:00 EST: Kodak has today announced two new digital cameras, the $350 three megapixel DX4330 and the $180 two megapixel CX4200. The DX4330 features a 3x optical zoom lens, a special new 1.8" indoor/outdoor LCD for improved viewing in direct sunlight (Sony have tried similar screens before) and continuous video recording (limited only by the size of the SD/MMC storage card). The CX4200 has a 2x optical zoom lens, stores its images to SD/MMC card, has 16 MB of built-in storage and a 1.6" LCD monitor (not the new indoor/outdoor type).

Comments 0 Published: Aug 13, 2002 at 13:15
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