KODAK Notebooks

Celebrating the Analog Renaissance


Perfect-bound Notebooks

Kodak’s line of limited edition branded notebooks are available in six various designs with covers of classic photography and packaging from Kodak’s historical archives.


  • Perfect bound
  • 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
  • 60 pages - ruled paper


Notebook Cover Designs

Cine-KODAK 8 Spool of Dreams
Cine-KODAK 8 Spool of Dreams
Released in 1923, the original 16mm camera had to be hand cranked at two turns per second in order to reach the required 16 frames per second. Tripod, please.
KODAK Automatic 8 Movie Camera
KODAK Automatic 8 Movie Camera
The super-friendly KODAK Automatic 8 Movie Camera was made in 1962 to be used by literally anyone. There’s nothing to set, nothing to remember.
Autographic KODAK Camera
Autographic KODAK Camera
In 1914, Kodak released the Autographic system. Originally patented by Henry Jacques Gaisman, the rights were bought by George Eastman. Signed, dated and titled. How meta.
KODACHROME Color Movie Film S8
KODACHROME Color Movie Film
KODACHROME, which came out in 1935, is a process where 3 emulsions that are sensitive to a primary color are coated on a single film base. Beloved by filmmakers.
Unforgettable films that defined more than a few generations of filmmakers. EKTACHROME, which came out in the early 1940's, can snap a photo at a shutter speed of 1/10,000 of a second.
KODAK BROWNIE 8mm Movie Camera
KODAK BROWNIE 8mm Movie Camera
Super easy to use. Load, set the lens aperture pointer, and press the button. All metal construction with satin chrome and leatherette finish.


Related Products

Taylor Corporation manufactures and sells the above products. Available exclusively from the KODAK Collection Store.
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