I remember HP, Casio, Apple..all making cameras early on. Maybe Kodak was the "old" and nobody was interested in the name during the frenzy of early home computing.Forty years ago, I worked in a camera store. The Kodak rep was in one day talking about their recent acquisition of a memory company. I asked him why they would want something like that and he replied that it was for digital cameras. I thought he was crazy at the time. But in the end, Kodak was not flexible enough to change when the digital wave swept through the industry.
Still have a wet/vented darkroom
Last time it was used was when I was sent several boxes of 4x5 b/w negatives to do a website. Made contact prints on paper and scanned in the negatives for future use once I had identified the men in the photos. This would have been around 2010.....
No time anymore for darkroom work.
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