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2016 768 625 Kodak Admin

We were created in 2016. Super Plastronics gained the exclusive brand license to sell Kodak TV in India.. Holding the exclusive licensee in India, SPPL gradually escalated its innovation from CRT TVs to Smart LED…

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Dec. 30, 2010

Dec. 30, 2010 600 400 Kodak Admin

Dwayne’s Photo, in Parsons, Kan., processed the final rolls of Kodachrome.Steve Hebert for The New York Times The last processor in the world of Kodachrome, the first successful color film and still the most beloved,…

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May 2, 2008

May 2, 2008 600 400 Kodak Admin

Allan Camp, a technician at Kodak’s inkjet development center in Rochester, works on the development of print heads for printers.James Rajotte for The New York Times Kodak introduces Stream, a continuous inkjet printer that can…

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Jan. 10, 2007

Jan. 10, 2007 600 400 Kodak Admin

Kodak’s health division assembles a radiography system.Jay Capers/Democrat an Chronicle, via Associated Press The company says it will sell its X-ray film and medical imaging equipment operations to an investment company, Onex of Toronto, for…

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Jan. 5, 2005

Jan. 5, 2005 600 400 Kodak Admin

Kodak’s LS 753 digital camera, on an EasyShare dock that prints photographs without a personal computer.Michael J. Okoniewski for The New York Times The company introduces what it says is the first digital camera able…

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Jan. 19, 1975

Jan. 19, 1975 600 400 Kodak Admin

Steven J. Sasson, an electrical engineer at Eastman Kodak, created a digital camera, much to management’s dismay.James Rajotte for The New York Times Steven J. Sasson, an electrical engineer who invented the first digital camera…

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Jan. 19, 1973

Jan. 19, 1973 600 400 Kodak Admin

Paul Simon in 1973. ”Makes you think all the world’s a sunny day,” Paul Simon sang in his 1973 hit ”Kodachrome,” which included the plea ”Mama, don’t take my Kodachrome away.”

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Jan. 19, 1935

Jan. 19, 1935 600 400 Kodak Admin

Old Kodachrome slides in Clarence, N.Y.David Duprey/Associated Press Kodachrome, the first film to effectively render color, was an instant hit and had its heyday in the 1950s and ’60s. Kodachrome was favored by still and…

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Jan. 19, 1900

Jan. 19, 1900 600 400 Kodak Admin

In 2000, Kathy Connor, a curator of the George Eastman Collection, displayed a $1 Brownie camera, still in the original box.David Duprey/Associated Press The Kodak was relatively expensive, so Frank Brownell of Kodak gave the…

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Jan. 19, 1877

Jan. 19, 1877 600 400 Kodak Admin

George Eastman, left, with a fellow inventor, Thomas Edison, in the late 1920s. George Eastman bought a camera in 1877 and paid someone to teach him how to use it. Then he found an easier…

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