Kodak Disc 4000 c.1982

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With the Disc, Kodak introduced a pocket sized camera that used a film disc cassette instead of roll film.  It was completely automatic—from the exposure to the film advance—and all powered by a battery. An even easier to use camera would replace the convenience of disc film cassettes—Fugi’s disposable camera.

The Evolution of 20th Century Camera Technology from the William B. Cavanaugh Collection