Updating firmware on kodak camera
Type "File Explorer" and then click "File Explorer" to open the program.Click on the drive associated with your memory card -- usually "E:" or "F:".
Click in the top right-hand corner of Windows and then click on the "Search" charm.
It's small in stature but very large in capability.
Many new X100 series owners have abandoned their DSLRs and ILCs for this camera. It costs more than many DSLR and mirrorless ILC kits, even though this fixed lens, APS-C sensored point and shoot (ok, that's a bit of an over-simplification) has less features, less megapixels and slower autofocus.
While they are first and foremost cameras and designed to capture and record images, they are very similar to computers with there internal processors, memory drives and operating systems.
And in the same way, we receive automatic software updates for computer's operating systems on digital camera that are subject to upgrades from time to time known as "firmware upgrades." Kodak and their line of "Easy Share" digital cameras should be updated whenever there is a new firmware upgrade to keep the cameras working properly.
Turn your Kodak Easy Share camera to install the firmware upgrade that was just downloaded to your computer.