Kodak may be exploring the idea of filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, but that hasn’t stopped the photography giant from integrating its products with Facebook.
The company used the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to introduce two cameras with easy sharing of photos to the social network, as well as two applications that enable what’s essentially the opposite — printing images from profiles.
The Easyshare Wireless Camera M750 (pictured) is Wi-Fi-enabled, and it allows users who install the accompanying app on their Android, Apple, or BlackBerry devices to wirelessly send pictures to Facebook, the Kodak Gallery, and via email, or to email them directly to Kodak All-in-One Printers.
And the Playfull Dual Camera is a combination 1080p/60-frame-per-second HD video camera and 12-megapixel BSI CMOS digital camera with a share button for one-touch uploading to Facebook, YouTube, the Kodak Gallery, and email.
The first allows users to create premium photo books made up of images from their profiles and those of their friends, while the second enables the creation of collages that can be printed by users at home.