This category covers questions about the Eastman Kodak Company, commonly known as simply Kodak. The industry was founded in 1892 by George Eastman and specializes in high-end photographic and optical equipment. Kodak is also a leading industry in digital photography and imaging.

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What is Eastman Kodak's mission statement?

Corporate Mission:

We will build a world-class, results-oriented, diverse culture based on our six key values, through which we will grow more rapidly than our competitors by providing our customers and consumers with solutions to capture, store, process, output, recognize and celebrate achievement and communicate their images to people and machines anywhere, anyplace, and anytime.

We will derive our competitive advantage by offering our customers and consumers differentiated, cost-effective solutions they want, when they want, and with flawless quality in our consumables, hardware, systems, and services.

In this way, we will achieve our fundamental objective of Total Customer Satisfaction and our consequent goals of Increased Global Market Share and Superior Financial Performance.

Corporate Vision: To be the World Leader in Imaging

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How much is an authentic picture of Elvis Presley worth?

Costs about $50-$250 but the value differs from 5 dollars all the way to 1,000. You just have to know where to look. It can also be up to 1 million dollars! It depends on the picture and where you buy.
If its original and signed or something, quite a lot but if its just a picture its worthless because you can print one off the internet

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How do you unprotect your SD memory card?

Every SD card should have a write protect switch located on the right edge, about 5mm from the top of the card. In order to unlock the card slide the switch upwards.

Note that with Mini SD and Micro SD (Transflash) these switches are not present. The card is always unlocked. A switch may however be present on an SD card adapter.

Because of the position of the switch they can often be switched accidentally on inserting or removing the card.


How did George Eastman change the nature of photography with the Kodak camera?

He made it simple enough - and cheap enough - for the average person to do. Before that, it had been a mysterious province strictly for "professionals".


Who invented the first Kodak camera?

George Eastman invented the first film roll in 1884, and the Kodak camera in 1888. The former company name was "Eastman Kodak Company".
George Eastman was an amateur photographer at the close of the 19th Century who became frustrated with the "wet plate" process of the time that required a photographer to lug liquid chemicals, glass plates, monster cameras and what were called "dark slides" (light tight plate holders) plus a portable dark tent out into the field to take photographs, which had to be exposed and developed while still wet. He first invented the Eastman Dry Plate (glass) that did away with having to haul the chemicals and a dark tent into the field, then went on to invent roll film and began marketing the Kodak amateur hand held camera with the slogan, "You Push The Button, We Do The Rest." Kodak revolutionized photography and made it popular because with a Kodak, anyone could take a picture. Curiously, the name Kodak doesn't actually mean anything. Eastman used it because it was a name like no other, and it has become one of the most distinctive brands in history. In 1992, Eastman Kodak proudly celebrated its 100th anniversary.

As a retired professional photographer, I'm a little saddened by the loss of many great Kodak films, papers and chemicals that used to be a mainstay of my livelihood, but Kodak has moved on, as have I, into the digital age, and, frankly, neither of us is looking back.

Below are two web links to further information about Eastman and the Kodak name, and of course, there's always the public library.
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Who invented Kodak carousel?

according tot he Wikipedia article,

The first carousel slide projector was invented by Louis Misuraca, who immigrated to the United States from Naples, Italy when he was a child. Louis was paid a one-time fee for his invention by the Eastman Kodak Company and did not earn royalties. He used the money to take his family on a trip to Italy.


How much is a Kodak Instamatic M 85 projector worth?

My guess is that it's not worth much more than some its parts. Those projectors have old-technology plastic gears. To quote www.kodakparts.com: "The most common problem with these projectors is that the little plastic gear disintegrates. " I have one right now this happened to. It would cost $195 to have it fixed!

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Can you replace a cracked LCD on a digital camera?

Yes you can. There are many sites on the web that will provide you with step-by-step examples. The site listed in the Related Links below (DIY Camera Repair Site) lists many examples of LCD repair for Canon cameras.


Are Kodak Easyshare cameras worth the money?

These cameras are worth the money you spend on them if you are going to use for work or if you really want to invest in a good camera otherwise there's other cameras at lower prices that can take good pictures.


Where is the authorised service centre of Kodak digital camera in ahmedabad?

PLEZER Digital camera Zone

www.plezercolorlab.com - opp.Axis Bank,Naranpura, 5, Ground floor,Bandhan complex,GHB,Nr.Ankur bus-stand, Ahmedabad - 079 2746 2777


Why was the Kodak camera invented?

Invention of the Kodak CameraThe invention of the Kodak camera is considered a breakthrough as the birth of snapshot photography. Before this camera there weren't other and better options for portable cameras.

What did George Eastman invent?

George Eastman (1854-1932) invented a practical roll form of photographic film in 1884 , and founded the Eastman Kodak company. He popularized photography with early hand-held box cameras.

His company would create a transparent motion picture film suitable for projection (most roll films were paper backed at that time) in 1889. He also introduced the motion picture standard still in use today... 35mm film with 4 perforations on each side and a 1.33 aspect ratio image area, introduced in 1892.

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Why did George Miller create a denomination?

George Miller did not intend to create a new denomination. He was a retired Army officer who had served in the War of 1812 who was an atheist but felt impressed to read the Bible and, shortly after he realized Jesus was coming soon and after an argument with God, he began preaching in many churches because he was invited to speak there. He only preached in the churches but did not create a new denomination. Those who believed what he said tried to prove that the fact that Jesus was coming was true, but many were kicked out of their churches and began meeting in homes. This was the beginning of one of the largest Protestant denominations, the Seventh-day Adventist church. If you wish, go to www. adventist.org to begin researching on this topic.

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What is the first camera and how does it work?

AnswerIt is the camera obscura.

The light goes through the lens bending it.

The light coming from the flash bulb gives the picture tone.


How much is a 1962 Kodak Brownie worth?

A rough ideaI recently got a Kodak Brownie 127 from eBay for £4.99 + £3 p&p.

I am not sure of the exact year of this one but


Who invented the Kodak camera?

George Eastman invented the first film roll in 1884, and the Kodak camera in 1888. The former company name was "Eastman Kodak Company".

NOTE: When a company or corporation hires workers, their work product and inventions belong to the company.


Is it possible to transfer pictures from a Kodak digital camera memory card to your computer?

yes it is possible to transfere pictures from a Kodak digital camrs to your computer


you have to download an kodak picture app. Just google Kodak for mac


Who is the CEO of Kodak?

Antonio Perez is the Chairman & CEO of Kodak

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What are the major types of buying situations?

principle of marketingso in actual there are 3 kinds of buying situations

1. new task as the name implies you are planning to buy something new..new produts., supllliers

2.modified rebuy:

change in supplier..or poduct in ordr to reduce cost or improv quality

3.straight rebuy:

u go on buying again the same thing


What kind of memory card fits in a Kodak easy share digital camera?

A Standard SD card,

for better quality i would go a "SD-HC" card,

the only real difference is that the SD-HC card is a high capture card (hence the 'HC')

i use one in my SLR and it's really good.

but for a normal digital camera its not required to have a high capture card


Inventor of the first Kodak box camera in 1888?

George Eastman.


Where was the Kodak Camera invented?

The first Kodak was made by Frank Brownell for George Eastman's Eastman Dry Plate and Film Co. in 1888 in Rochester, New York.


When did Kodak start manufacturing cameras?

The first Kodak camera was offered for sale in 1888 by George Eastman. This was a very simple box camera with a fixed focus lens. It was relatively inexpensive, so it appealed to consumers.


I have an 1896 Kodak box camera and would appreciate knowing what the value of that camera would be today?

Hi, I know a guy who could give you a price value on your camera, he is also always in the market for antique & vintage camera's. He is very honest in his price quiot's, give him try.

Herry Poster

P.O. Box 1883-SP

South Hackensack, NJ 07606

(If you like to send pictures asking for a value. You'll need to send a S.A.S.E. along w/that.) Or;hposter@worldnet.att.net.

Good luck!


Does the Kodak c875 camera have a glass lens?



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