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Paying a tribute to a very historical inventor of society and beyond: Innovative founder of Kodak. At the point when George was 24, he wanted to visit Santo Domingo and, on the exhortation of an associate, chose to record the excursion. However, the photography gear alone was huge, overwhelming and expensive. He purchased all the hardware, however he never took the trek. Rather he started examining how to make photography less unwieldy and simpler for the normal individual to appreciate.

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  1. misssunshinexxoxo
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    In the wake of seeing a recipe for a "dry plate" emulsion in a British distribution, and getting tutelage from two nearby novice picture takers, Eastman detailed a gelatin-based paper film and a gadget for covering dry plates. He surrendered from his bank work subsequent to dispatching his startup photography organization in April 1880. In 1885, he made a beeline for the patent office with a move holder gadget that he and camera innovator William Hall Walker had created. This permitted cameras to be littler and less expensive. Eastman likewise thought of the name Kodak, on the grounds that he accepted items ought to have their own personality, free from relationship with whatever else. So in 1888, he dispatched the first Kodak camera (a couple of years after the fact, he altered the organization name to Eastman Kodak). The organization trademark was "You press the button, we do the rest," which implied the camera was sent into the organization after the 100 exposures on the move of film had been utilized; they created it and sent it back to the client. In 1889, Eastman enlisted scientific expert Henry Reichenbach to add to a sort of adaptable film that could be all the more effectively embedded into cameras. Thomas Edison adjusted the film for utilization in the movie camera he was growing, further moving the achievement of Eastman's organization. The Brownie camera was propelled in 1900 to target new specialist picture takers—youngsters—and with its $1 sticker, it additionally turned into a most loved of servicemen. Eastman upheld the military in different routes also, creating unbreakable glass lenses for gas covers and a unique camera for taking pictures from planes amid World War I. Still today, Kodak is extremely popular in the US and many other countries also.

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    Happy birthday to Mr. Eastman and lovely invention to society.

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    omg 2 many words but happy birthday 2 Mr.Eastman

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    Thank you:)

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    Happy birthday, Mr. Eastman! @misssunshinexxoxo

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    Happy Birthday Mr. Eastman!!!!!!

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    Woooo Hooo. Thank you for commenting all :)

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    happy birthday

  9. Teddyiswatshecallsme
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    Great history lesson.

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    Happy Birthday Human :D

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    Nice words...

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    ^

  13. misssunshinexxoxo
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    Thank you:) Happy Birthday to founder of Kodak :D

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    yes :)

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    Happy B-Day Mr. George Eastman

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    Thank you :) Absolutely happy to honor this incredible innovative inventor

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    Happy Birthday!! Such an important man in history!! :D

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