Camera [Kodak Disc 2000] and Booklet

Eastman Kodak Company, Manufacturer

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Eastman Kodak Company, Manufacturer
A Kodak Disc 2000 camera which is the early version of today's modern digital camera. It uses "Kodacolor HR Disc Film" and is battery powered. The camera is black plastic with a lens in the front and a built-in electronic flash unit in the top corner. There is a lift lever on top which, when lifted, pops open the back of the camera to load the disc.
Included is an instruction booklet - small booklet consisting of 54 pages in several languages, starting with English. There is a common fold-out page at the very start which would be common instructions for all the languages concerned.
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Kodak disc 2000 Printed
a disc camera Made in U.S.A. By Eastman Kodak Company Printed
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Eastman Kodak Company. Camera [Kodak Disc 2000] and Booklet, 2006.42. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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