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Yes, It’s True: Kodak Selling Film and Paper Divisions
The future of film gets a little more questionable
Why Does The Mars Rover Curiosity Only Have A 2MP Sensor?
Compared to modern imaging technology, the sensor that went to Mars sounds positively archaic — but it's there for a reason
Kodak Discontinues Three Ektachrome Color Reversal Films
Decreased sales and complex manufacturing processes claim another crop of film stocks
Kodak Ends Production on Digital Cameras, Video Cameras and Digital Frames to Cut Costs
Chopping underperforming product lines could save Kodak $100 million a year
Kodak 2006 Corporate Video Predicted “Winds of Change”
Company video shows that Kodak wanted to be at the forefront of digital photography.
Kodak Files For Bankruptcy Protection
The former photography giant has officially filed for chapter 11
Kodak’s Not Dead Yet
With the internet already building a funeral pyre, it pays to remember that Kodak isn't actually dead yet.
Kodak Updates Film Packaging and Catalog Listings, Kills Elite Chrome 100 [UPDATED]
Despite rumors of their demise, Kodak is making some relatively minor changes to their film lines
NASA Picks a 2MP Kodak CCD Camera Sensor For Journey to Jupiter
A Kodak sensor is being sent to the stars as part of a mission to get up close and personal with Jupiter.
Best If Used By 1959 — Photos Taken On 50 Year Old Film
Proving that "best by" dates are only a suggestion, Chuck Miller shot a roll of film that expired in 1959 — with tremendous results.