A local photo shop is reacting to the news Kodak is getting out of several long-time businesses including what it was known for -- film.
It's part of its plan to pay creditors and emerge from bankruptcy.
Also up for sale are its familiar picture kiosks and the scanner business.
At Scott's Photo by Rowe on East Avenue, Kodak is prevalent in all they do.
They still sell film and print on Kodak paper.
They also have five Kodak digital picture kiosks.
For decades, the store has been dedicated to using Kodak products.
The store manager hopes the changes won't hurt business.
"This has been a side project for Kodak for a while so if someone takes it over they are more likely to make it a highlight," said Jim Brennan, store manager.
"I am absolutely heartbroken to lose Kodak as a whole," said Bailea Rehberg, a customer.
Also key to Kodak emerging from bankruptcy is the patent sale which is still on-going.
The final court hearing on the sale was once again adjourned.
It is now set for September 7th in New York City.