Eastman Kodak said on Tuesday it will stop selling traditional film cameras in the United States, Canada and Western Europe, in another move by the photography company to cut lines with declining appeal in favour of fast-growing digital products. With sales of digital cameras poised to overtake film cameras for the first time this year, Kodak is redefining itself in an effort to keep pace. But the No. 1 maker of photographic film will continue to sell single-use cameras in the West and expand its sales of these and other film-based cameras -- and film -- in emerging markets where demand is on the rise.
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