8mm Home Movie Camera

Manufacture Period: 1932

George Eastman founded the Eastman Kodak Company in 1888. Known today as just Kodak, the company started as an analogue photography company and still provides photography and videography equipment for the masses. It developed the first self-contained digital camera

The Cine-Kodak Eight Model 60 was created in 1932 in Rochester, New York. The 8mm film home movie camera was relatively affordable so that thousands of people could enjoy making their own movies. It cost $91.50 with a single roll of film costing $2. It could film continuously for half a minute. It features exposure buttons, eye-level finders, automatic film footage indicators and a 13mm lens. 

On loan from Prof. Allan Thompson

Monday, February 13, 2023 in
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