Designing the New Kodak Super 8 with fuseproject + Yves Behar
It's safe to say that many filmmakers got their start on Super 8 cameras—grainy, film-shooting creative tools that were easy to use and fun to tinker with. While the category never died and old cameras are still highly in demand, they provide challenges...
Impossible Instant Lab
For those who yearn for the bygone era of photo albums, or who pine for Polaroids and the instant gratification that comes along with them, the Impossible Instant Lab is ideal. Transform your photo stream into a tangible treasure for years to come...
Interview: Elliott Erwitt
Even if you are not familiar with his name, you've seen his photography. Elliott Erwitt's work captures historic moments, famous faces and breathtaking landscapes. For over 50 years the NYC-based photographer has been amassing culture defining imagery...
Kodak OLED Frame
Boasting superior resolution, contrast ratios and a micro-thin screen (about three millimeters), Kodak's new WiFi-enabled OLED frame is their latest bid to bring Kodak moments into the 21st century. Pioneering much of the research into the field...
Kodak Easyshare V705
Launching today, the V705 is the latest in Kodak's series of Easyshare cameras. Loaded with a 2.5-inch hi-res LCD screen, two pro-quality lenses (for portraits and panoramas), anti-blur technology, and their "in-camera stitch" that...
Phil Askey reviews the new 14 Mega Pixel (Wow!) digital SLR from Kodak (and Nikon). The DCS Pro 14n is available now, but in limited quantities.