Kodak Wants Your Old Cameras, Electronics

If you’ve got a drawer full of old camera equipment, you can turn it into money by selling it to Kodak, which has introduced a trade-in program in which it’s seeking digital and film cameras and accessories, digital video cameras, digital picture frames and printers.

Kodak, which is entering the trade-in territory occupied by the likes of Amazon and Best Buy, assesses the value of your items and cuts you a check, along with coupons for the company’s products, and provides a label for free shipping. It also offers to recycle items it deems to have no value.

If you’ve used the Kodak problem, what do you think of it? And what do you think is the best way to squeeze some cash out of unused electronics?

Kodak offering cash for old electronics [Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, NY)]

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