Kodak’s Wireless “No-Ink” Instant Printer -Pepcom 2022 Summer


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Kodak Step Slim photo printer
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Print any picture in your phone with the Kodak Step Slim. It’s a no-ink wireless printer that fits in your back pocket, and since there’s no ink, there’s no mess and no out-of-pocket cost for ink re-fills.

Connection is Bluetooth wireless and the built-in rechargeable battery can print up to 25 prints per charge. It uses the same type of sticky-backed Zinc paper used in Kodak’s Printomatic Instant camera.

Kodak Printomatic
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While the Step Slim printer prints existing pictures you already have, the Printomatic camera takes the photo you’ve just snapped and prints it out immediately. A copy is also saved into a microSD card if you have one inserted.

Luma Projector

Kodak Luma Projector
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Kodak’s portable Luma projectors fit on the palm of your hand with the Luma 350 and Luma 150 being very popular.

The 350 is a 1080p projector (supports playback of 4k videos in 1080p) with a brightness of 150 lumens and screen size up to 200 inches. Inputs include HDMI, USB, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth plus a 3.5mm headphone jack. MSRP is $349.99.

The 150 is a 1080p projector with a brightness of 50 lumens and screen size up to 150 inches. Inputs include HDMI, USB and microSD plus a 3.5mm headphone jack. MSRP $219.99

Reelz 8mm Film to MP4 Digitizer

Kodak Reelz Film Digitizer
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Reelz is a frame-by-frame scanner that reads and converts your 8mm and Super 8 film to MP4 digital video. It accepts 3″ to 7″ reels and the resulting content is saved on SD cards (up to 128GB cards supported). Being that it saves frame by frame, it captures only video; it does NOT capture audio.

More Info: https://kodakphotoplus.com
Event: Pepcom Digital Experience Main Page (June 2022)


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