When Kodak made Brownies, folks said, "Cheese!" The Brownie camera inventor, Kodak has retouched its image and is exiting the camera business. Production of digital cameras, pocket video cameras, and digital picture frames has stopped. It has discontinued its Kodachrome color film, too. Kodak's future is in its brand licensing business, along with providing such offerings as home photo printers, commercial inkjet presses, and workfow software and packaging. The company's move shakes up its three segments: Consumer Digital Imaging Group (CDG); Film, Photofinishing, and...
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