List of products manufactured by Kodak

The following is a partial list of products manufactured by Kodak.

The Kodak Vollenda 620 camera, built in the 1930s.
Eastman Kodak Co. - Bicycle camera - Good Roads, 1897

For a list of Kodak motion picture film stocks, see List of motion picture film stocks.

Consumer computer printersEdit

Kodak has produced a range of Computer printers, concentrating on the photo printing market.

Kodak inkjet all-in-one printersEdit

  • Kodak EasyShare 5100 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak EasyShare 5300 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak EasyShare 5500 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak ESP 1.2 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak ESP 3 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak ESP 3.2 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak ESP 5 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak ESP 7 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak ESP 9 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak ESP 3250 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak ESP 5210 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak ESP 5250 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak ESP 7250 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak ESP 9250 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak ESP C110 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak ESP C310 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak ESP C315 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak Hero 2.2 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak Hero 3.1 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak Hero 4.2 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak Hero 5.1 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak Hero 7.1 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak Hero 9.1 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak ESP Office 2150 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak ESP Office 2170 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak ESP Office 6150 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak Office Hero 6.1 All-in-One Printer
  • Kodak Photo Printer 6800

Commercial printersEdit

Kodak has produced a range of high-speed printers that can be used in printing plants and offices.

Kodak Versamark Printing SystemsEdit

Several of these printing systems were acquired from Scitex Corporation and Creo Holding Company.

  • Kodak Versamark VJ1000 Printing System
  • Kodak Versamark VT3000 Printing System[1]
  • Kodak Versamark VX5000 Printing System
  • Kodak Versamark VX5000 Plus Printing System[2]
  • Kodak Versamark VL2000 Printing System[3]
  • Kodak Versamark VL4000 Printing System
  • Kodak Versamark VL6000 Printing System
  • Kodak Versamark 100/150/300/500 Printing Systems[4]

Kodak Prosper Printing SystemsEdit

  • Kodak Prosper Imprinting Systems[5]
  • Kodak Prosper Press Platforms[6]

Kodak Digimaster Digital ProductionEdit


Kodak NexPress digital production color platformEdit


Kodak mid-volume and light productionEdit


Printer paperEdit

Digital camerasEdit

Kodak has produced a wide variety of digital cameras for both professional and consumer use.

Kodak professional digital camerasEdit

Kodak was a leader in professional-grade digital photography products, although in recent years it has retreated from this market. Since Kodak did not have its own line of lenses, Kodak digital SLRs have all taken either Canon EOS or Nikon F-mount lenses; most have either been based on Canon or Nikon 135 film SLRs. PixPro has seen its kind of revival, but manufactured by JK Imaging instead of Kodak.

  • Kodak DC220 Pro Edition

Kodak DC260 Pro Edition Kodak EOS-DCS 1 - converted Canon EOS-1N, released 1997.

Kodak consumer digital camerasEdit

Kodak DC seriesEdit

A Kodak DC220

DC-Series Cameras were the earliest consumer digital cameras released. For more details, see Kodak DC Series

Kodak EasyShare consumer digital camerasEdit

EasyShare was Kodak's line of consumer digital cameras compatible with "docks" also manufactured by Kodak, simplifying the process of interfacing with computers for editing and printing.

Kodak EasyShare DX seriesEdit

The DX series cameras were the first EasyShare models released, beginning with the DX3215. It was originally a very basic point and shoot camera series, compatible with the original EasyShare Camera Dock. The CX series eventually replaced the lower-end DX models, and the newer DX-Series models had more advanced features and higher megapixel resolutions and zoom. The DX series is now discontinued. The higher-end of the DX-Series (higher zoom, megapixel) eventually became the Z-Series. Select DX models were the last Kodak consumer digital cameras to use CompactFlash external memory cards.

  • DX3215: 1.3-megapixel, 4× zoom (2× optical + 2× digital)
  • DX3500:
  • DX3600:
  • DX3700:
  • DX3900: 3-megapixel, 3× optical zoom
  • DX4330:
  • DX4530: 5-megapixel, 10× zoom (3× optical), successor to DX4330
  • DX4900: 4-megapixel, 3× optical zoom, successor to DX3900
  • DX6340: 3.1-megapixel, 4× zoom
  • DX6440: 4-megapixel, 4× zoom, successor to DX6340
  • DX6490: 4-megapixel, 10× optical zoom
  • DX7440: 4-megapixel, 4× zoom
  • DX7590: 5-megapixel, 10× zoom, successor to the DX6490
  • DX7630: 6-megapixel, 3× zoom
Kodak EasyShare CX seriesEdit
A Kodak EasyShare CX7530

The CX series is now discontinued, replaced by the C series. The CX series grew out of the DX series. At the time, it was the range of the lowest-priced, most basic point and shoot cameras, typically with no more than a 3× optical zoom.

Kodak EasyShare LS seriesEdit

The LS series was the first EasyShare range to emphasize small form factor, pocket-size cameras. The LS series has now been discontinued. It has been replaced by the V-Series cameras that emphasize small, stylish design with advanced features. Select LS-series models used custom docks.

  • Kodak EasyShare LS420
  • Kodak EasyShare LS443
  • Kodak EasyShare LS633
  • Kodak EasyShare LS7434 megapixel, 2.8× zoom
  • Kodak EasyShare LS7535 megapixel, 2.8× zoom
  • Kodak EasyShare LS755
Kodak EasyShare C seriesEdit

The C series is the current point-and-shoot series for entry-level digital camera owners, replacing the CX series. CD and CW models are simply derivatives of mainstream C series models.

  • C182: 12-megapixel, 3x optical zoom
  • C190: 11.8-megapixel, 5x optical zoom
  • C300: 3.2-megapixel, fixed focal length lens
  • C310: 4-megapixel, fixed focal length lens
  • C315: 5-megapixel, 5× digital zoom
  • C330: 4-megapixel, 3× zoom
  • C340: 5-megapixel, 3× zoom
  • C360: 5-megapixel, 3× zoom
  • C433: 4-megapixel, 3× zoom
  • C503: 5-megapixel, 3x optical zoom
  • C513: 5-megapixel, 3x optical zoom
  • C530: 5-megapixel, fixed focal length lens
  • C533: 5-megapixel, 3× zoom
  • C603:
  • C613:
  • C633: 6.1-megapixel, 3× zoom
  • C643: 6.1-megapixel, 3× zoom
  • C653: 6.1-megapixel, zoom
  • C663: 6.1-megapixel, 3× zoom
  • C713: 8-megapixel, 3× optical zoom
  • C703: 7.1-megapixel, 3× optical zoom
  • C743: 7.1-megapixel, 3× zoom
  • C763: 7.1-megapixel, 3× optical zoom
  • C813: 8.2-megapixel, 3× optical zoom
  • C875: 8-megapixel, 5× optical zoom, 5× digital zoom
  • C913:
  • C1013: 10-megapixel, 3x optical zoom
  • CW330:
  • CD43:
  • CD40:
  • CD33:
Kodak EasyShare Z seriesEdit

The Z-Series is the current high-zoom and performance-oriented range of consumer digital cameras, replacing the original DX series.

  • Z700: 4-megapixel, 5× optical zoom
  • Z730: 5-megapixel, 4× optical zoom, successor to the DX7440
  • Z740: 5-megapixel, 10× optical zoom
  • Z760: 6.1-megapixel, 3× optical zoom, successor to the DX7630
  • Z7590: 5-megapixel, 10× zoom, successor to the DX7590
  • Z612: 6.1-megapixel, 12× optical zoom with optical image stabilization
  • Z650: 6.1-megapixel 10× optical zoom
  • Z710: 7-megapixel, 10× optical zoom
  • Z712 IS: 7-megapixel, 12× optical zoom with optical image stabilization, successor to the Z612 (2007.3)
  • Z812 IS: 8-megapixel, 12× optical zoom with optical image stabilization and HD video(1280x720), successor to the Z712 (2007.8)
  • Z885: 8-megapixel, 5× optical zoom, high ISO range up to 8000
  • Z8612 IS: 8-megapixel, 12× optical zoom with optical image stabilization (2008.1)
  • Z1012 IS: 10-megapixel, 12× optical zoom with optical image stabilization and HD video, successor to the Z812 (2008.6)
  • Z1015 IS: 10-megapixel, 15× optical zoom with optical image stabilization and HD video (2008.8)
  • Z915 IS: 10-megapixel, 10× optical zoom with optical image stabilization and HD video
  • Z980: 12-megapixel, 24× optical zoom (26~624mm equivalent) with optical image stabilization and HD video, Have hot shoe(2009.3)
  • Z981: 14-megapixel, 26× optical zoom with optical image stabilization and HD video, but no hot shoe[10]
  • Z990 : 12-megapixel, 30× optical zoom with optical image stabilization and HD video
  • Z1275: 12-megapixel, 5× optical zoom and HD video, successor to the C875 (2007.6)
  • Z1285: 12-megapixel, 5× optical zoom and HD video (2008.1)
  • Z1085 IS: 10-megapixel, 5× optical zoom with optical image stabilization and HD video, successor to the Z1275 (2008.1)
Kodak EasyShare V seriesEdit

The V-Series is the current style-oriented range of consumer digital cameras, replacing the original LS series. V-Series had a number of innovations, such as dual-lens technology.

  • V530: 5-megapixel, 3× optical zoom
  • V550: 5-megapixel, 3× optical zoom
  • V570: 5-megapixel, world-first dual lens digital camera: very wide-angle (23 mm) plus 3× optical zoom forming a virtual 5× zoom
  • V603: 6-megapixel, 3× zoom: 10× optical zoom, similar in size to V530, with similar controls as V550, first sold Feb 2006,[11] lens by Schneider-Kreuznach
  • V610: 6-megapixel, dual lens: 10× optical zoom
  • V705: 7-megapixel, dual lens: very wide-angle (23 mm) plus 3× optical zoom forming a virtual 5× zoom, successor to the V570
  • V803: 8-megapixel, 3× optical zoom, 2.5" LCD screen (8 MP version of V1003)
  • V1003: 10-megapixel, 3× optical zoom, 2.5" LCD screen (10 MP version of V803)
  • V1073: 10-megapixel, 3× optical image stabilized lens, 3-inch Touch screen (10 MP version of V1273)
  • V1233: 12-megapixel, 3× optical zoom
  • V1253: 12-megapixel, 3× optical zoom
  • V1273: 12-megapixel, 3× optical Image Stabilized lens, 3-inch Touch screen (12 MP version of V1073)
Kodak EasyShare P seriesEdit

The P-Series was Kodak's performance series which has recently been discontinued in favor of higher-end Z-series models. These were the only consumer models to leverage an external flash (the Kodak P20 Zoom Flash).

  • P712: 7-megapixel, 12× image stabilised zoom, replacing the P850
  • P850: 5-megapixel, 12× image stabilised zoom (2005)
  • P880: 8-megapixel, 5.7× wide zoom (24–140mm in 35mm equivalent) (2005)
Kodak EasyShare-One seriesEdit

The EasyShare-One series were the first consumer Wi-Fi Digital Cameras, that used an SDIO card to automatically upload pictures in wi-fi hotspots. The EasyShare-One series is now discontinued.

  • Kodak EASYSHARE-ONE / 6 MP
  • Kodak EASYSHARE-ONE / 4 MP
Kodak EasyShare M seriesEdit

The EasyShare M series are a blend between point-and-shoot cameras (C series) and thin and stylish cameras (V series). They are usually available in a variety of colors.

  • M883
  • M340
  • M873
  • M853
  • M753
  • M1033
  • M763

Other Kodak digital camerasEdit

Kodak DVC series camerasEdit

The DVC-Series were digital video cameras (web-cams) that took low-resolution pictures and video and attached to a computer via USB. DVC cameras are discontinued.

Kodak PalmPix series camerasEdit

PalmPix cameras attached to a Palm PDA device, and took low-resolutions pictures. PalmPix cameras are discontinued.

Z series pocket video camerasEdit

Digital camera accessoriesEdit

Film camerasEdit

Kodak has a long history in manufacturing film cameras,[13] but has ceased marketing them in Western Europe and North America, excluding disposable cameras. Kodak film cameras continue to be sold in India, Latin America, Eastern Europe and China.

Advantix APS compact camerasEdit

Advantix C seriesEdit

  • Advantix C300 Auto
  • Advantix C370 Auto
  • Advantix C400 Auto-focus
  • Advantix C470 Auto-focus
  • Advantix C650 Zoom
  • Advantix C700 Zoom
  • Advantix C750 Zoom
  • Advantix C800 Zoom
  • Advantix C850 Zoom

Advantix F seriesEdit

  • Advantix F300 Auto
  • Advantix F320 Auto
  • Advantix F330 Auto
  • Advantix F350 Auto
  • Advantix F600 Zoom
  • Advantix F620 Zoom

Advantix T seriesEdit

  • Advantix T20 Auto
  • Advantix T30 Auto
  • Advantix T40 Auto
  • Advantix T50 Auto
  • Advantix T60 Auto-focus
  • Advantix T70 Zoom
  • Advantix T500 Auto-focus
  • Advantix T550 Auto-focus
  • Advantix T570 Auto-focus
  • Advantix T700 Zoom

Other Advantix camerasEdit

  • Advantix 1600 Auto
  • Advantix 2100 Auto
  • Advantix 3100AF
  • Advantix 3200AF
  • Advantix 3400AF
  • Advantix 3600ix
  • Advantix 3700ix
  • Advantix 3800ix
  • Advantix 4100ix Zoom
  • Advantix 4700ix Zoom
  • Advantix 5800MRX Zoom
  • Advantix Preview

35mm compact camerasEdit

Models currently in productionEdit

  • EC100
  • EC200

Other Kodak film camerasEdit

1916 Kodak advertisement
1921 Kodak Vest Pocket camera
Vest Pocket Autographic camera
  • Bantam, Bantam Special
  • Brownie
  • Cameo cameras
  • Chevron
  • Cross
  • Ektra
  • Ektra, Ektralite, Tele-Ektra, Tele-Ektralite series of 110 film compact cameras, and the Kodak Tele-EKTRALITE 600 camera
  • Instamatic cameras
  • KB, KC, KD, KE series
  • Kodak 35 cameras
  • Kodak 35 Rangefinder
  • Medalist
  • Monitor
  • Motormatic 35
  • Pony cameras
  • Reflex, Reflex II
  • Regent
  • Retina series
  • Retinette series
  • S series
    • S 100 EF: 35mm, electronic flash camera (no zoom)
  • Single use cameras
  • Star series (Kodak Starflash)
  • Super Six 20
  • Tourist
  • Kodak Vest Pocket and Vest Pocket Autographic series (1902–1926)

16 mm film camerasEdit

Photographic filmEdit

Portra 160 from a new series manufactured since 2011
Three types of 35 mm film, ca. 2005
  • For Kodak's motion picture films, see List of motion picture film stocks.
  • Kodak is one of the leading manufacturers of still film:
    • Kodachrome - colour slide film using unique proprietary technology. Discontinued in 2009
    • Ektachrome - colour slide film suitable for normal E-6 processing. Consumer variants of this product are branded as Kodak Elite Chrome. Discontinued in 2012. On 5 January 2017 Kodak revealed that they were trying to bring Ektachrome back into production by the fourth quarter of 2017.[14] On 25 September 2018, Kodak announced that the 35 mm format of Ektachrome was again available, while Super 8 and 16 mm motion picture versions would be available later.[15]
    • Ektar - semi-professional colour negative film
    • Portra - professional color negative film designed for portraiture, with controlled colour balance, previously available at 160 and 400 ISO in "natural" and "vivid" colour varieties but replaced in 2011 with single upgraded 160 and 400 variants as well an ISO 800 Portra film. Portra films are available in 35mm, 120/220 and sheet formats. Previously a tungsten balanced ISO 100 version was sold as well.
    • Ultra Color - color negative film in 100 and 400 ASA (discontinued in 2006)
    • Elite Colour - color negative film in 35mm format but based on improved emulsions developed for the APS format. Various speeds including high-speed
    • T-MAX - professional B&W negative film, using a technology called "tabular grain" or T-grain, available in a wide range of speeds, including 3200 ASA intended for photojournalism
    • Royal Gold - a color film released in 1994 to replace the original Ektar film line.[16] Had very fine grain.[17] Discontinued.
    • Tri-X - older, relatively fast (320-400 ASA) B&W negative film with different grain characteristics, based on classic "cubical" grain. The premier photojournalism film for many decades, it is still widely available
      Plus X film box, circa 1986
      Plus-X - medium speed (160, later 125 ASA) B&W negative film with finer grain (no longer available in either 120 or 35mm format as of November 2011).
    • Panatomic-X - slow (40, later 32 ASA) B&W negative film noted for exceptionally fine grain. Discontinued circa 1990.
    • Kodak High-Speed Infrared (also known as HIE) - a professional, infrared-sensitive B&W film, used for taking pictures through a dark (IR-Pass) filter. It is coated onto a thin Estar base, and lacks an anti-halo layer. It has been discontinued as of May 2007.
    • Technical Pan - a very slow (not rated by Kodak, but generally established as 16-25 ASA), very fine grain professional B&W film particularly aimed at architectural, engineering and scientific photography of very high contrast if developed in conventional developer but normal contrast if developed in the matched Technidol developer. As of 2004, this film has been discontinued.
    • BW400CN - B&W negative film that can be processed using the C-41 process (discontinued 2014)
    • E100G, E100GX (discontinued) E100VS, and E200 (discontinued 2011) - professional colour slide films available in 35mm, 120 and sheet format.
    • Kodacolor-branded color negative films and their non-Kodacolor-branded successors:
      • Kodak Gold (formerly Kodacolor Gold) and Kodak Gold MAX/Ultra (depending on country) - consumer colour negative film, "MAX" indicates the coarser-grained, general-purpose variety. The rest of consumer films are marketed by use rather than trade names (e.g. "Bright Sun&Flash", "High Definition"...)
    • Kodak Funtime - Single-use film camera line
  • Photo stations
    • Kodak Picture Kiosk (also known as Kodak Picture Maker) - contains computer, scanner and printer in a single unit, these stations are usually found in Kodak Express retail outlets, supermarkets and drugstores and offers prints from digital media. Users can also scan, enlarge and enhance existing photos without having to provide negatives. Many systems are set up as "order stations" that print to a lab printer rather than printing the pictures up front. Newer systems are also capable of burning Kodak Picture CDs.
  • Digital Processing services
    • Kodak PhotoCD - Early film - to - Digital CD service using a proprietary file format, designed to play on TV's with appropriate player.
    • Kodak Picture CD - photo scanning service available at most Kodak-branded labs, users get a CD-ROM of their photos scanned at low resolution in standard JPEG format along with - or instead of - prints
    • Kodak Perfect Touch - Digital enhancements to images designed to reduce red-eye, brighten colors, and increase detail. Many Kodak-branded labs offer this as send-out service for film processing, but some labs offer this as premium one-hour service.
  • Single use cameras
  • Media (photographic paper)
  • Chemistry (photo processing fluids)
    • D76 Powder form, black-and-white film developer
    • Xtol Powder form, black-and-white film developer
    • HC-110 Highly concentrated liquid form, black-and-white film developer
    • T-Max Liquid form, black-and-white film developer
    • Dektol Powder form, black-and-white paper developer
    • Microdol-X Powder form, black-and-white film developer
    • Kodafix
  • DryView Laser Imagers

Medical diagnostic equipmentEdit

  • Ektachem clinical chemistry analyzer[18]
  • Medical Imaging
  • Radiology Picture Archival Computer Systems (PACS)
    • X-ray film
    • Digital radiography
    • Medical printing
    • Mammography imaging
    • Oncology imaging
    • Dental imaging
  • Radiology Information Systems (RIS)

High Speed Scanners

Slide projectorsEdit

  • Carousel, various models. No longer manufactured, they are believed to be the most popular slide projector ever made.


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