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Q: May I download Kodak product information (text or images) for hard copy publication, e.g. catalogs, magazine articles, books, etc.?

A: Yes, but only with written permission from Eastman Kodak Company. See Obtaining Permission From Kodak.

Q: May I download Kodak product information (text or images) for hard copy distribution to my customers?

A: Yes. If you are in the business of selling Kodak products, or selling services that involve the use of Kodak products, you may reprint product information from our Web site for distribution in hard copy to your customers. No additional permission is required.

Note: If you want to distribute this information in electronic form (for example, on your Web site), see the following question.

Q: May I download Kodak product information (text or images) for soft copy publication on my Web Site, bulletin board, or other electronic distribution system?

A: No. We are constantly updating the information on the Kodak Web Site. We prefer that you provide your customers with a direct link to Kodak's Web Site for the most up-to-date and accurate product information available. For linking information s ee Linking to Kodak's Web Site.

Q: May I use the Kodak Corporate Symbol -- Kodak Logo --on my Web Site or in printed material?

A: No, the distinctive red-and-yellow design of this symbol is Eastman Kodak Company's and is only for use on Kodak products and facilities. As such, the Corporate Symbol is intended only for use by Kodak and is not to be used by others. In certain situations, we allow the usage of the Kodak name in its distinctive logo-type, Kodak Icon for which written permission from Kodak is required prior to use..

Q: Can I use Kodak's Sample Digital Images on my Web Site?

A: No. Eastman Kodak Company sells products and services for others to use in capturing and sharing high quality images, but Kodak is not in the business of providing high quality images for use by others. That is the business of professional photographers and stock photo agencies, and we encourage you to obtain your images from those sources. The Sample Digital Images are provided on the Web Site as examples of high quality digital images that people can use to learn more about digital imaging by downloading them and using them on their desktop. They are not intended for redistribution.

Q: OK, then what CAN I do with the Sample Digital Images?

A: The Copyright Information page says this about Sample Digital Images:

You may download, manipulate, reprint, reproduce and share the Sample Digital Images for non-commercial, private purposes only. Any other use requires specific permission from Kodak or the photographer.

Q: OK, what is a non-commercial, private purpose?

A: No answer to that question can be complete, but here are some examples.

Acceptable non-commercial, private purpose:

NOT Acceptable non-commercial, private purpose: