When was colored photography films invented?

Answer In 1935, Kodak released its Kodachrome film, which was the first consumer color film.

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When was the colored pencil invented?

Colored pencils were invented in the early 1800s. They were not intended originally for artistic use. Colored pencils created primarily as art supplies didn't come into popular use until 1924 with ... Read More »

When were colored pencils invented?

Colored pencils have been available since the early 19th century, although they were not for artistic use. The early pencils did not contain high pigments nor as much wax as today's products.Source... Read More »

When were colored contact lenses invented?

Colored contact lenses originated in 1981 by a company known as Ciba Vision. Inspired by the development of soft lenses in the late 1970s, Ciba Vision developed the first visibly tinted soft lenses... Read More »

When was digital photography invented?

The first digital photography was invented in 1994 by Kodak and Hewlet-Packard.