American challenger for international markets uses advanced optics, ICs for ‘decision-free’ photography
Robert C. McEwen
At a time when American industry is being pummelled by offshore competition, one new product that has been refreshing to the national spirit is Eastman Kodak Co.'s new disc camera.
Introduced last May, the disc camera is so portable that it fits into a man's shirt pocket. It is built around a unique rotating disc of film that holds 15 exposures and produces a higher yield of good pictures than ever before possible with a fixed focus camera.
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