Vest Pocket Model B c. 1925-c.1934
In today's world, a small camera is nothing exceptional. In 1895, Kodak's Pocket camera expanded the world of photography. Significantly smaller and lighter, with film cartridges instead of glass plate holders, Pockets offered the casual photographer unprecedented portability. Kodak's new roll-film cartridge also saved amateur and novice photographers a trip to the darkroom—allowing them to load film in the day time. Pockets proved to be extremely popular—becoming the first Kodak camera built using mass production technology.
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