Kodak showcased its line of instant-print photography products, digital film scanners, mini projectors and more at CES earlier this month, where attendees were able to get hands-on with products from brand licensee C+A Global.
Devices on display included the Kodak Smile Classic Instant Print Digital Camera, the Kodak Smile Instant Print Digital Camera and the Kodak Smile Instant Digital Printer.
“The instant-print category aligns perfectly with the Kodak brand,” said Joel Satin, VP Brand Licensing at Eastman Kodak Company, in a statement. “With a rich heritage going back more than a century, consumers continue to look to us to help capture their memories in an easy, accessible way.”
Among the products featured at the show include the Kodak Smile Classic Instant Print Digital Camera, which is equipped with a pop-up viewfinder, an automatic single strobe flash, a MicroSD card slot and a 10-second timer. The 3.51- by 4.25-inch Kodak Zink Sticky-Backed Photo Paper can be printed on instantly from the camera, and users can also print pictures from a smartphone by connecting it to the camera via Bluetooth.
The 10-megapixel Kodak Smile Camera, meanwhile, builds in an LCD viewfinder display, 10-second timer, automatic flash and a MicroSD card slot.