Kodak has released its Professional Film app for the iPhone, which has been designed to answer "some of the most asked questions we receive about our films," says the Rochester-based firm. "Where can I buy it? How should I shoot it? Who can develop it?"
"We wanted to give photographers of all levels a resource, literally right at their fingertips, that helps them find film, and recommendations about how to maximize each film's performance," says said Dennis Olbrich, general manager of the Film, Paper and Output Systems at Eastman Kodak.
He continues: "In addition, this app also provides information where customers can find film development services, so that no matter where photographers are, they can find a lab that uses Kodak Chemicals and Paper to bring their photography to life."
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