Yes, you read it right, the Rochester-based company will release a new version of the iconic gadget, fifty years after it was first launched in 1965. Renowned industrial designer Yves Béhar has taken a lead role in the creation of the new camera, which has the ability to shoot in digital format as well as traditional Super 8 film cartridges.
The digital-analog hybrid cam will feature a 3.5-inch rotating viewfinder, rechargeable battery, and microSD support. What you're seeing here is just a non-working prototype, but Kodak executives plan to put it on the market in September. It'll cost between $400 and $750, but a less expensive model is expected next year.
[h/t: The New Yorker]