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Kodak announce improved Kodak High Definition and Kodak Ultra Max Film platforms

Kodak announce improved Kodak High Definition and Kodak Ultra Max Film platforms - Enhanced clarity and versatility in a multitude of film formats.

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Kodak have announced the improved Kodak High Definition film with its enhanced clarity and versatility in a multitude of film formats along with an improved Kodak Ultra Max Film, a versatile ISO800 speed 35mm film.
Consumer research illustrates a desire for film that provides versatility for all conditions. In fact, versatility has repeatedly been identified as the number one consumer need from film. The new Kodak Ultra Max 35mm Film emulsion offers finer grain, providing clearer pictures in both low light conditions and action situations. These improvements include a 10 percent increase in flash range for low light photography, true 800-speed film for fast action situations, and finer grain for clearer pictures and a longer shelf life. Kodak Ultra Max Film also offers enhanced performance in zoom cameras.

This announcement underscores the company's commitment to producing the world's highest quality film. These portfolio enhancements build upon the success of recent innovations such as Kodak High Definition Film, and will become widely available in spring 2004.
Kodak estimates that around 90 million rolls of film will be used this year to capture images. Kodak's enhanced portfolio recognizes this, providing tangible benefits to consumers- offering clearer and more flexible images from single use cameras and film.

 

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