15 Rare Photos Taken With The First Ever Kodak Photo Camera

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Travel back some 126 years and it’s there you’ll find world’s first point and shoot camera. It was created by by George Eastman the inventor who founded the Eastman Kodak Company. The world’s first handheld camera initially cost $25 which in today’s climate is around $600 USD today – expensive, but not unreasonable. Continue reading »

Kodak Prepares for Chapter 11 Filing

A saleswoman holds a box of Kodachrome film June 22, 2009 in an electronics shop in lower Manhattan in New York City. According to reports on January 4, 2012, if the Eastman Kodak Co. is preparing to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy-protection if it is unable to sell a cache of digital patents. (Chris Hondros / Getty Images)

Iconic for Decades, Time Running out for Kodak

Kodak workers enter corporate headquarters in Rochester, New York, in this January 22, 2004 file photo. Eastman Kodak Co shares lost more than half their value on Sept 30, 2011 as the company hired a law firm well-known for bankruptcy cases, triggering speculation that the photography pioneer could file for bankruptcy.