I heard this announcement on this mornings news "As part of its ongoing recovery efforts after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Kodak has announced its plans to sell its film, commercial scanner, and photo kiosk businesses." Read the full story here: Kodak announces plans to sell film, commercial scanner, and kiosk divisions | The Verge It's so hard to accept the fact that the company who virtually gave us photography let it slip right through their fingers. The belief that film could hold it's place against digital turned out to be a fatal "error". "Kodachrome . it gave us nice bright colors!"