Kodak Will Keep Film Alive (http://www.lomography.com/magazine/news/2012/02/10/kodak-will-keep-film-alive)

Kodak Avoids Bankruptcy Through Patent Roll Earlier this year, Kodak filed for bankruptcy and since then many people discussed the company’s possible future and how its product portfolio might change.

The new Kodachrome was first marketed in 1935 in the 16mm home movie format, and in 1936 in 8mm as well as in 35mm and 828 roll-film sizes for amateur still photography. Later it also became available as 120 roll film and 4x5 sheet film for professional use. Initially it had a "speed" equivalent of ISO 8 in today's terms, but later versions had "speeds" of 25, 40, 64, and 200.

1935 Kodachrome line is launched. It used a subtractive color method to produce brighter more vivid pictures than existing color films. Because of its complex processing requirements, Kodachrome was sold with processing included until

Vintage KODAK Film Canisters 6 Containers  Aluminum Metal 35mm Tins Cans #Kodak

Vintage KODAK Film Canisters 6 Containers Aluminum Metal 35mm Tins Cans

Vintage KODAK Film Canisters 6 Containers Aluminum Metal 35mm Tins Cans #Kodak

This is when you know you've had a good trip. The result of @kealanshilling's 31 days and 6000 miles on the road. Over 50 rolls of 35mm film and packs of @impossible_hq instant film. All shot on a wonderful variety of equipment including the super popular Nikonos V an underrated Canon 7E terrific Contax G2 and iconic Polaroid SX70. I'm sure the results will be wonderful. #cameracult #nikonosV #canon #canonelan7NE #contax #contaxg2 #polaroid #sx70 #sx70alphase #filmcamera #cameraporn…

This is when you know you've had a good trip. The result of 31 days and 6000 miles on the road. Over 50 rolls of film and packs of instant film. All shot on a wonderful variety of equipment including the super popular

Ancienne PLV pour la pellicule #Kodak #photographie

Old Kodak film dispenser - If only these were still lining our streets.

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