The Kodak Box Camera was invented by a guy by the name of George Eastman in 1888. It was a simple, preloaded camera. For 50 years, the company, Kodak, had the slogan, "You press the button-we do the rest." He named it Kodak after the clicking of the camera shutter. The camera was exposed, brought to the factory where the film was processed, and pictures and a loaded camera was returned the the owner.
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