Kodak's Photo Op

The future of photography is digital. But the film icon has yet to prove it has mastered the new tech

Let Kodak CEO Daniel Carp focus the future of photography for you just as sharply as he can: for all the talk about the digital revolution, the rumors about the death of film--and along with it, Kodak--have been greatly exaggerated. Sure, a growing number of shutterbugs are capturing pictures on microchips instead of silver halide. But more than 90% of us, he points out, are still happily taking shots the 19th century way.

Even as more people switch to digital cameras to share and edit photos online, Carp adds, they are going to need Kodak's paper, chemicals and technical savvy to...

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