The Panama tourist camcorder, an all-in-one device that offers live video feeds of tourist attractions in the Caribbean, has fallen from popularity in recent years due to concerns about privacy, the Associated Press reports.
The camera is one of a handful of similar devices that are being sold worldwide.
But a new version, dubbed the KODAK Travel Camera, is gaining more prominence.
Its owner, Kodak, has been developing the KONTRAC Travel Camera since last year.
It has a large LCD screen that can display video feeds from up to 50,000 feet away.
Users can choose from six different cameras.
The KONBRAC Travel Camcorder offers video feeds up to 60 minutes long, while the KOCLIK Travel Camcam is smaller.
The cameras offer the same features as the KOLTRAK and KONDRAC cameras, including a remote shutter release that enables users to capture images with their own hands.
The new version of the Kodachrome camera features a touch screen with a camera app and video feeds, while its predecessor offered a camera with a touch-sensitive touch screen.
The redesigned KONTVOR Travel Cam will be available starting in March for $1,499.
The latest versions of the cameras, called the KOMOLC and KOMONTR, will also have a touch display and the same functionality.
The current KODAPIR Travel Cam offers video views up to 120 minutes long.
In addition to live video, the KOFRA Travel Camera also has a live-streaming mode.
The AP also reports that the KKOPOL Travel Camera has not yet been released to the public.
KODACHER Travel Camera and KODAC Travel Cameras will have separate video feeds.
The original KODACK Travel Cam is a cheaper, but more compact version that uses a small handheld camera.
The Travel Cam’s camera features an LCD display, and it is capable of 1080p video.
KOFREAVO Travel Cam has a more expensive, but larger version with a larger camera and a touchscreen.
KONDOK Travel Cam and KOCLEC Travel Cam are similar models, but they are more expensive.
KOMAPIR, KONKOL, and KOLSTRAK are similar cameras that are also marketed as handheld video cameras.
KOSAT and KOPOL are two more popular handheld video camera models.
KOLLEC and COCLE are smaller cameras that can be used as a small mobile camera or as a larger handheld camera with an LCD screen.
KOTRAK is a smaller handheld video cam that is compatible with mobile devices.
KOWRIT Travel Camera is an older model that was discontinued in 2014.
KORKTR is a new handheld camera that has a touchscreen and is capable the 1080p resolution video.
The Camera company has been selling the cameras since at least 2014.
The company has also developed a new camera with the KOKKTR brand name that offers up to 2.5 hours of live video feed at $1 and $2, respectively.
The Cameras are available for purchase online and at select kiosks in Panama.