Kodak Interactive Printing Event Johannesburg South Africa 13 June 2012

June 14, 2012 · 0 comments

in Equipment,Events,News,Product Reviews

Yesterday Julian and I were invited to an interactive Kodak event to demonstrate their new range of cost effective Wi-Fi printers, and chemical-free in-store printers. We were asked to bring a memory stick with a selection of our favourite photos, which we could print on the variety of printers.

This newly launched range of Kodak inkjet printers boasts the lowest ink replacement cost in the industry, making them cost effective, while the simple control panel, paper sensors and pre-set drivers ensure user-friendliness.

Kodak’s cutting edge pigment-based inks and innovative printing technology produces long-lasting lab-quality photographs that are smudge proof, water resistant and archival.

The new low cost ink cartridges result in a massive 48% average saving on replacement inks, and the lowest cost per page. The printers are also energy efficient, and use 71% less power in stand-by mode.

Windows and Mac compatible, the software enables users to edit and add effects to images, and memory card slots facilitates image download directly from the camera. With the Wi-Fi feature, you can also print documents and images directly from your smart phone using the free Kodak Pic Flick app.

If photographs are important to you, this all-in-one printing solution enables you to print what you want, when you want, and it won’t cost you a fortune.

Watching my images pop out the printers was as exciting as the first time I watched a black & white photograph develop in chemicals in front of me!

Not only did we leave with an in-depth knowledge of Kodak’s printing services, but also with a heap of gorgeously printed photographs, and an awesome waterproof Kodak video camera and 4GB memory card! This nifty little camera boasts on-camera video editing, has one-touch upload tagging to various social media platforms, and can even print still frames from videos!

A heart-felt thank you to Kodak! YouTube here I come! *runs off to start capturing Kodak moments*

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