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Photography Through History

  • First Gelatin Dry Plates

    First Gelatin Dry Plates
    George Eastman was one of the first to demonstrate the great convenience of gelatin dry plates over the cumbersome and messy wet plate photography prevalent in his day.
  • Emulsion Coating Machine

    Eastman invented an emulsion-coating machine which enabled him to mass-produce photographic dry plates.
  • First Photographic Film

    EASTMAN American Film was introduced - the first transparent photographic "film" as we know it today
  • The first commercial transparent roll film,

    The first commercial transparent roll film,
    The first commercial transparent roll film, perfected by Eastman and his research chemist, was put on the market. The availability of this flexible film made possible the development of Thomas Edison's motion picture camera in 1891.
  • First daylight loading camera

    First daylight loading camera
    first daylight-loading camera, which meant that the photographer could now reload the camera without using a darkroom.
  • First Pocket KODAK

    The Pocket KODAK Camera was announced. It used roll film and incorporated a small window through which positioning numbers for exposures could be read.
  • BROWNIE cameras

    The first of the famous BROWNIE Cameras was introduced. It sold for $1 and used film that sold for 15 cents a roll. For the first time, the hobby of photography was within the financial reach of virtually everyone.
  • Develping Machine Simplified

    Developing Machine simplified the processing of roll film and made it possible to develop film without a darkroom.
  • Non -Curling Film

    Non-Curling Film was introduced, which remained the standard for amateur photography for nearly 30 years.
  • Portait Film

    the introduction of Portrait Film began a transition to the use of sheet film instead of glass plates for professional photographers.
  • Amateur Motion Pictures

    Kodak made amateur motion pictures practical with the introduction of 16 mm reversal film on cellulose acetate
  • Colour Motion Pictures

    Motion pictures in color became a reality for amateur cinematographers with the introduction of 16 mm KODACOLOR Film
  • Sound In Motion Pictures

    first motion picture film designed especially for making the then new sound motion pictures.
  • High speed Industrial Photography

    Kodak and Western Electric jointly commercialized high-speed industrial photography with a high-speed camera, synchronized with an electric timer.

    KODACHROME Film was introduced and became the first commercially successful amateur color film.
  • First Slide Projector

  • The world's first true color negative film was announced

  • KODAK High Speed EKTACHROME Film became the fastest color film on the market.

  • Instimatic Cameras

    The line of INSTAMATIC Cameras was introduced, featuring easy-to-use cartridge-loading film, which eventually brought amateur photography to new heights of popularity.
  • World's First Digital Camera

    Kodak invented the world's first digital camera. The prototype was the size of a toaster and captured black-and-white images at a resolution of 10,000 pixels (.01 megapixels).
  • Photo CD System

    development of Photo CD system for playing images on television screens, and proposed a worldwide standard for defining color in the digital environment of computers and computer peripherals.
  • Pocket Digital Cameras

    First series of pocket-sized digital cameras, was introduced
  • New Line Of Digital Cameras

    new line of digital cameras and docking systems that set the standard for ease of use for digital photography, was launched by KODAK