Kodak Disc Camera

Introduced in 1982. A four element 12.5mm f2.8 all glass lens
with 15 exposures per film disc.

Kodak Disc. The 1982 introduction of the Disc series of cameras blends some old ideas with some new ones. Circular films go back at least as far as the 1886 Grey vest camera and the 1893 Photoret watch camera, but the Disc camera introduced a number of new features: film speed is automatically keyed in by the film disc; motor drive and built-in strobe are powered by a permanent battery.


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