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On Wednesday, 17 January 2018 12:53:43 UTC-5, Alfred Molon  wrote:
> In article<>, 
> RichA says...
> > 
> > Some lone tree shots are really, really good photos.  No so with skateboarders, the mainstay of
action-cam demos.  BORING!!!
> > 
> > As for the Kodak, it's expensive, although anything with mechanical parts today is.  Time to
recycle the old Kodak or Bolex if people want to shoot 8mm.
> > 
> >
> By the way, when I opened the page,my daughter asked "what is Kodak". 
> She has never seen a film camera.
> -- 
> Alfred Molon
> Olympus E-series DSLRs and micro 4/3 forum at
> photo sharing site

The tragedy.  I've got a big book written around 1990 about the history of Kodak.  Near the end of
the book, they address digital photography.  The consensus from Kodak "analysts" was that film would
continue to dominate for decades and that when mainstream digital cameras hit the market they would
be digital/film hybrids with film being the main imager.