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Kodak Digital Cameras

The Kodak name has been synonymous with easy point-and-shoot simplicity since the first Brownie came out. The "You press the button and the camera does the rest" promise endeared Kodak cameras to successive generations of families. In some parts of the world, the term "Kodak" became synonymous with "camera."

For many years, Kodak led not only in point-and-shoot cameras (remember the Instamatics?), but its B&W and colour films were used by amateur and professional photographers worldwide and recognized as the best in faithful colour reproduction.

Some of the very first consumer digital cameras were Kodak digital cameras. It invented the world's first digital camera prototype in 1976 but allowed other manufacturers to leap frog it. Today, Kodak is a major player in both the consumer and professional digital camera market.

Kodak has boldly stated its future is digital and its digital cameras are once again increasingly becoming the choice of many amateur photographers. Select a model in the drop down list above.

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