What I find really surprising is that their Digital Imaging IP portfolio is only 10% of their IP portfolio. Hard to tell whether that is measured in terms of actual numbers of patents or perceived value. But when you factor in the natural expiration of IP over time and that the digital IP should be the freshest, this is very surprising number. It suggests to me that Kodak really didn't make a serious foray into digital and/or was very unsuccessful in doing so.
Then again, when Kodak was at the top of their game in film-related research, they were probably patenting left and right. I just wonder how much of that IP still carries value.
If they are indeed selling off their digital IP, well that's great.