Here and Now - Digital Imaging Explosion
As a result, Kodak came out with a digital picture frame and a line of computer-free printers that print directly from a CompactFlash card. It has also partnered with a number of photo-sharing online services and retails giants, such as cvs.com, to offer the online Print@Kodak service and introduced Picture Now software for image manipulation. The software is bundled with a USB card reader for $39. Picture Now is included with Kodak digital cameras or available on Kodak.com and in retail stores.
With a wide variety of cameras available under $500, Kodak expects good sales this holiday season, said Bianchi. "I think the outlook for next year is just dynamic," she added. "I think it's going to be fast-paced. We are going to see a lot of new products and a lot of acceptance from consumers."
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