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PROBLEMS: Kodak plans to stop making cameras within the next six months, say reports

KODAK HAS announced that they are planning to stop making cameras within the next six months, say reports.

After making cameras for more than 120 years the recently bankrupt company has allegedly said they are to focus on printers, in the hopes of reviving the ailing business.

The move was also planned to help Kodak 'refresh its business model and finish patent litigation', according to Wired.com.

The company reportedly said in a press release: "As a result of its ongoing strategic review process."

"Plans to phase out its dedicated capture devices business comprising digital cameras, pocket video cameras and digital picture frames," they added.

They continued: "Kodak will continue to honor all related product warranties, and provide technical support and service for its cameras, pocket video cameras and digital picture frames."

Kodak have allegedly calculated that they will save more than £63 million when they cease camera production.

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