Since the concept of the Instamatic camera was announced in 1963, more than 150 million cartridge-loading cameras have been shipped by Kodak. The popular Kodak disc cameras, first shipped to dealers last May, can capture pictures in 98 percent of photographic space compared with 70 percent captured by simple cartridge-loading cameras. Photographic space is based upon Kodak studies of the typical conditions of light and distance under which custom
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Publish Date: 01 January 1983
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