Kodak is closing out its era as a photographic monolith, and is now selling off its film business entirely. Wall Street Journal reports that Kodak will not only sell its print film production but also its digital imaging kiosks and printers and scanners.

Kodak had initially hoped to pay back the banks it owed by selling off part of its patent portfolio. Kodak realized they weren't going to make enough to cover the costs, and the company hopes by selling off its personal imaging division and moving towards a printing business it could regain some of its former glory.

Sad to see Kodak exit this way. [WSJ]