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Image of infant son of Russell Kirsch, first picture fed into SEAC in early 1957

Image of infant son of Russell Kirsch, first picture fed into SEAC in early 1957

30 years later in 1993, the younger Mr. Kirsch was scanned nightly on KGW-TV channel 8 in Portland, Oregon.

Some more history of firsts :1900- Kodak Brownie Box Camera
1901-Kodak 120 film format
1909- Kodak announces 35mm safety Film for Motion Pictures.
1912- Kodak Vest Pocket uses 127 film.
1914- First feature film in color "The World,the Flesh and the Devil".
1923- Harold Edgarton invents the Xenon Flash Lamp for strobe photography.
1925- Lieca introduces 35mm format to still photography.
1935- The first 135mm film cartridge introduced.
1948- The Hasselblad camera introduced.
1948- Edwin H. Land = first Polaroid instant camera.
1957- 1st. Asahi Pentex SLR.
1959- 1st. Nkon F.
1992- 1st. Photo CD by Kodak.
1995- Kodak DC40 and Apple QuickTake 100 - 1st. digital consumer cameras.
2000- J-SH04 by Jphone 1st. mobile phones with camera to take and share photos.

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