What Does Kodak Mean?


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Anonymous answered
In persian It means child, or Kid. Both of these words has been derived from ancient arian languages. And it is named because of its simple use
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Eastman Kodak Company is an American multinational public company. It has its headquarters in the city of Rochester in the state of New York in the United States. The company was founded in the year 1881. Kodak mainly focuses on the production of photographic materials and equipment. Kodak has been known for a long time for its photographic film rolls, but it has also diversified into three other businesses, namely digital photography, health imaging and printing.

The origins of Eastman Kodak continue to be with the Eastman Dry Plate Company. It was founded in the year 1881 by inventor George Eastman and entrepreneur Henry Strong. The first cameras which were suitable for amateur photographers, namely the Brownie and the Instamatic, are also the products of the Eastman Dry Plate Company. The name Kodak, which is incorporated into the name of the company as well, is derived from Kodak, the world's most famous brand name in film rolls. In fact, Kodak has become synonymous with film rolls.
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If you would like detailed information i recommend you watching Kodak Info page in Spanish, thanks

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