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Subject: Re: The lone tree still was NEVER as tedious as videod/filmed skateboarders
Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2018 17:35:10 -0500
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RichA<> wrote:

> > By the way, when I opened the page,my daughter asked "what is Kodak". 
> > She has never seen a film camera.
> 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.

'analysts' rarely get it right.