Disc 4000

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This camera is part of a series that Kodak introduced to the market with the message that it was a true innovation in photography.

His idea was based on the fact of being a camera with automatic advance of the film, allowing the user to take one photograph after another with an interval of one second. For this, they designed a rotating disc with the film, with the capacity to take up to 15 photographs.

The result was a camera series with a very impressive design for its time, with the advantage of automatic advance but with a high cost and with very low quality of images because the size of the image in the negative was very small and the sensitivity of 200 ISO. The result was images with a lot of grain.

For this reason, this series of DISC cameras were available in the market for less than three years. To the point that many consider it as a failed attempt at innovation.

From a historical perspective and a collector's perspective, we can say that these are quite beautiful objects that attract a lot of attention due to the fact that they are similar to digital cameras that appeared two decades later.

  • Film: Kodak disc film (15 photos of 8 × 10.5mm)
  • Lens: 12.5 mm, f / 2.8 Ashperic
  • Speeds: 1/100, 1/200 sec
  • Image: 8 x 10 mm
  • Body material: Plastic with metal parts
  • Weight:


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