Kodak recently announced a partnership with Wenn Digital to launch KodakOne, a photo-rights management platform for blockchain technology support, and the tokens used internally by the platform. Kodak shares soared 130%.
Now, according to foreign media reports, Kodak CES this year also introduced a new portable film scanner, suspected paving the way for the film resurrection plan.
The device, called KODAK SCANZA, is a conversion device for converting film negatives to digital photos. After scanning film negatives, it can output 14 million pixels or 22 million pixel digital photos, 135,126,110 and 8mm negative film itself compatible.
KODAK SCANZA compact design, the overall size of only 12cm x 12.7cm, the fuselage is equipped with a 3.5-inch monitor, the back with TV output, SD card slot, microUSB and HDMI four output interfaces. Unfortunately, it does not support Wi-Fi.
Bottom of the film input bin, KODAK SCANZA comes with 3 film adapters to correspond to the number of films mentioned above.
KODAK SCANZA supports Windows and Mac OS dual system, priced at 170 US dollars (about 1098 yuan).