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Kodak Micro Four Thirds Camera Announced

Kodak Micro Four Thirds Camera Announced - JK Imaging Ltd are due to release a Micro Four Thirds camera in Q3 of 2013, under the Kodak name.

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Kodak PixPro m43

JK Imaging Ltd, licensee of the Kodak name, are due to release a new Micro Four Thirds camera, the Kodak S1, in partnership with ASIA optical. The camera shown, shows the Micro Four Thirds logo, as well as a compact zoom lens and flash that look very similar to currently Olympus products, and will feature built in Wi-Fi. Kodak were originally part of the Four Thirds organisation, which went on to launch the Micro Four Thirds system.

Kodak PixPro

via PCOnline, via 43rumors.

 

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User_Removed 10 17.9k 8 Norway
18 Jan 2013 8:15PM
Hmmm...

So. A bit late when jumping aboard 'the gravy train' Mr Kodak..

What are your key differentiators when looking at your primary opposition from Olympus and Panasonic.

et al.

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Paul Morgan e2
13 15.4k 6 England
18 Jan 2013 9:02PM
The more the merrier Mike, the more that invest in M4/3 the better Smile
Paul Morgan e2
13 15.4k 6 England
18 Jan 2013 9:08PM
Polaroid are also joining M4/3
Paul Morgan e2
13 15.4k 6 England
18 Jan 2013 10:41PM

Quote: What are your key differentiators when looking at your primary opposition from Olympus and Panasonic

Should have added Mike, M4/3 are not as big in the states, Kodak branding could change all that.
pablophotographer 3 455 181
18 Jan 2013 11:54PM
I am under the impression that Americans like it Extra Extra Large. Have you ever heard of mini portion of fries? Ah yes, it's what they sell as regular.

Kodak is a brand name synonym to photography. "you just press the button, we do the rest". Glory days; wished I knew there were still 110 films being made when Kodak anounced they were stopping the production and were offering rebate for purchasing 35mm ones. My Ektar(?)200 pocket camera was a good friend in a number of times. (and that included army service).

Good to see them back in the game.
redsnappa 12 1.9k United Kingdom
19 Jan 2013 9:36AM

Quote: M4/3 are not as big in the states, Kodak branding could change all that.

I don't think so as this camera is a Chinese product from a Chinese company using the name of a bankrupt American company.
Paul Morgan e2
13 15.4k 6 England
20 Jan 2013 5:15AM
No changes there then, most if not all Kodak camera`s were made in places like China for many years Smile

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