Kodak recently filed for bankruptcy in the US, and now the company has announced that it will stop making cameras for the first half of 2012 as part of its restructuring plan.
Kodak will stop making digital cameras, pocket video cameras and digital photo frames, and Kodak has said that the move will save the company around $100 million this year.
Instead of producing digital cameras, Kodak will be concentrating on its range of printers with the focus on desktop inkjet cameras and photo printers.
Kodak has said that it will continue to honor all warranties and also provide technical support for all of the existing products that it will stop making.
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