An amusing thing happened on my way to this forum!
Today, we had the Kodak Retirees Lunch.
The speaker was Jim Weaver, current director of Kodak Research Labs.
He made an interesting comment that I think I can share here.
He said that Kodak has a considerable wealth of analog technology on the shelf which they will never be able to put into products due to the extremely rapid decline in analog photographic sales.
I think I had better stop here. I had a chance to talk to Jim for a few minutes before his talk. It was a rather interesting discussion. He is a very concerned manager working for both sides, analog and digital, but it seems that he is facing a rather huge obstacle to selling analog product improvements. It appears to me it is not Antonio Perez, it is the purchasing public.