What year did the first Kodak camera appear?

Answer George Eastman created the Kodak 100-picture push-button camera and put it on sale in 1888. It had no focus and no viewfinder. His real breakthrough was the roll of film, which he created in 1883; ... Read More »

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What year was the first Kodak camera made?

George Eastman invented the Kodak camera, a hand-held box camera that used roll film, in 1888. To promote his new invention, Eastman came up with the slogan "you press the button, we do the rest."S... Read More »

What year did George Eastman made Kodak camera?

What year did the corset first appear?

Though the ancient Greeks wore corsets originally, the first recorded instance of the corset is between 1300 and 1400 in France. Corsets became a "must have" clothing item in many countries between... Read More »

Who invented the first Kodak camera?

George Eastman invented the first film roll in 1884, and the Kodak camera in 1888. The former company name was "Eastman Kodak Company".George Eastman was an amateur photographer at the close of the... Read More »