Kodak has announced that it will reintroduce the Super 8 Camera for creating movies on film. According to Kodak CEO Jeff Clarke, “This camera will allow Kodak to waste millions of dollars manufacturing a product that nobody wants.” Jeff Clarke went on to add, “Not only will customers be able to spend 400-750 dollars on a camera they don’t want, they will be able to spend an additional 50-75 dollars on film cartridges they don’t need.”
Kodak last produced a Super 8 Camera in 1982, and the new design is reminiscent of Kodak’s earlier cameras with the added feature of a digital viewing screen. With this camera, customers are able to record their movies on analog film that requires chemical processing.
For more on the Kodak Super 8 Camera see Kodak is Bringing Back the Super 8 as a Film Camera with Digital Features, Kodak Reveals a Digital Super 8 Camera That Records on Film… Wait What?!, and Kodak Goes Retro With New Super 8 Camera.
In related news, unnamed sources indicate the Ford Motor Company is bringing back the Model T.
January 7, 2016: Kodak really is introducing the Super 8 film camera, but as far as I know, it is not part of a concerted plan to repeat their first bankruptcy, although that may happen.