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Friday January 18, 2008 7:16 pm

CES 2008 Video: Kodak ESP3 printer with auto facial retouching


Let’s face it - sometimes we look less than pretty in photographs. ’s solution?  The ESP3 printer, featuring software that will retouch faces (and whiten teeth and the whites of eyes) with one touch.  The technology comes from pro photographers, and is adaptable enough to selectively retouch one or more faces even within a group. 

Kodak’s retouching software is also available as a free upgrade for consumers who already own Kodak printers, and complements Kodak’s already existing extremely price-effective ink cartridges (coming in at $.10 per photo printed).  The ESP3 printer will be available in the first half of 2008 and will come in at a price point of $129.

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John Smith John Smith 11/18/13 7:20 pm

My dad used to be a huge huge fan of kodak cameras then. We were having kodak camera real also and even after 15 years the picture quality is good. And I think 15 years from now as well kodak will stand for glossier and clear images. I have bought a kodak printer from http://www.greenhavensupply.com/.  And 30xl High Yield Ink gives the best results.


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