12 Rare Photos Taken With The First Ever Kodak Photo Camera

A point-and-shoot camera, also commonly called as compact camera, refers to a still camera designed primarily for simple tasks. If you go back 126 years (when you manage that give us a shout) you will find out that the first point and shoot camera was found, then (created by George Eastman the inventor who founded the Eastman Kodak Company). Its price was around 25$ (600$ is you compare it with today’s prices).

Coming out with the slogan ‘You Press the Button, we Do The Rest’ Eastman’s camera gave courage to everyday individuals to photograph, friends, family and memories.

Below you can see 12 amateur photos taken by using the Kodak No 1.

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An Unhappy Playtime

An Unhappy Playtime

Rowing A Boat

Rowing A Boat

Quietly Reading

Quietly Reading

A Baby Elephant

A Baby Elephant

The Studious Man

The Studious Man

At The Beach

A Short Walk

A Short Walk

Playing In The Sea

Playing In The Sea

At The Beach

Photos by National Media Museum

A Day At The Beach

A Day At The Beach

By The Sea

By The Sea

Shopping Around Town

Shopping Around Town

Shopping Around Town

Shopping Around Town

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