Back in the days of the film camera, brands such as Kodak were extremely popular not just for the film they produced, but for their cameras as well. However as the saying goes, all good things must come to an end and it certainly seems that way for Kodak. The company has officially announced that they will be selling off their Personalized Imaging and Document Imaging Business to concentrate on “commercial, packaging and functional printing solutions and enterprise services.”
For those wondering, the Personalized Imaging arm consists of print kiosks and consumer film, while the Document Imaging Business will comprise of scanners and document management. Essentially Kodak will be exiting the consumer market but will remain in the enterprise sector, such as making film for the movie industry and film for aerial and industrial photography.
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