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Background and Identification
Kodak started out as an analog photography company in September of 1888 when it was founded by George Eastman and Henry Strong. The company dominated the photographic film industry during the majority of the 20th century. In 1975, Kodak developed the first handheld digital camera. Interestingly enough, the company decided to drop the project so it didn’t compete with their main business: film photography.
Kodak began to undergo financial difficulty, resulting in the company filing for bankruptcy protection in 2012. In 2013, the company shifted gears toward selling imaging technology for businesses. Today Kodak is headquartered in Rochester, New York and sells cameras, printers, scanners, smart home devices, and more worldwide.
Among the printers sold by Kodak are color printers, black and white printers, wireless printers, and portable photo printers.
Kodak printers are box-like in structure and designed to sit on a desk or tabletop. Kodak printers vary in structure depending on their included features, but they all have a few key components: a paper tray, control panel, and paper storage bin. Kodak printers are commonly white, black, or silver, but they do come in a variety of other colors. They have the Kodak logo somewhere on their exterior.