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A.F.I. WILL USE HYBRID DIGITAL IMAGING TOOLS PROVIDED BY KODAK

 A.F.I. WILL USE HYBRID DIGITAL
 IMAGING TOOLS PROVIDED BY KODAK
 ROCHESTER, N.Y., Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Eastman Kodak Company (NYSE: EK) has donated a variety of Kodak digital hardware, software and educational resources to the American Film Institute's Apple Computer Center in Los Angeles.
 "This gift is intended to enrich the education of current and future filmmakers, and encourage creative experimentation with the use of hybrid film-digital imaging technologies," said Bob Bender, strategic planning director, Advanced Technology Products, Motion Picture & Television Imaging. "The work being done at the Apple Computer Center will help keep us focused on how our customers want to use these different technologies to meet their specific needs."
 The donations include a Kodak professional DCS 200 digital camera, a Kodak XL7700 digital continuous tone printer, a Kodak professional RFS 2035 film scanner, a Kodak Photo CD player PCD 870, and software for image storage and display. Kodak personnel will also participate in AFI-sponsored seminars and training courses on the use of these and other hybrid imaging tools.
 The American Film Institute is a national trust dedicated to preserving the heritage of film and television; to identifying, developing, and training creative individuals; and to presenting the moving image as an art form.
 The AFI-Apple Computer Center for Film and Videomakers opened in 1991 as a world-class Macintosh computer lab for training and production.
 Kodak's Joerg D. Agin, vice president and general manager of the Motion Picture and Television Imaging organization, serves as a member of AFI's Advanced Technology Council. The council is a support group formed to serve as a forum and showcase for key issues and developments in digital and hybrid technologies. Members of the council are interested in the emergence and interaction of the wide range of technologies requiring the art and skill of moving image artists.
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 /CONTACT: Paul C. Allen of Eastman Kodak Company, 716-724-5802/
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