KODAK Poster Prints


Vintage art. History elevated.

$89.99

Vintage Art Prints

Kodak’s limited edition line of branded wall art includes vintage art print reproductions of classic photography, advertising and packaging from Kodak’s historical archives.

Features:

  • 24” x 36” prints
  • Semi-gloss finish

 
 
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KODAK DUAFLEX Camera B&W Print

Introduced in 1947, the KODAK DUAFLEX Camera line was a lightweight, easy to use, easy to love, twin lens set of 4 cameras with fixed and focusing models. Fun fact: The DUAFLEX Camera line had double-exposure prevention - meaning the advance knob had to be turned to the next exposure before the shutter could be activated. Easy there, tiger.

 
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Super 8 meets KODACHROME

An epic 60s love story starring the KODAK INSTAMATIC M7 Super 8 Movie Camera and KODACHROME 40 Sound Movie Film is reenacted. *blush*

 
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KODAK KODEX No. 1 Camera

A big brother to the Vest Pocket Camera, the Pocket KODAK No. 1 gave out autographs. Sign, date and title your negatives, and once developed, the text appeared on film. Consider its 1922 birthday the dawn of metadata.

 
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F-Stop. Exposed.

KODALITE Flasholder flashing its data table in plain sight was made for the innocent KODAK BROWNIE Camera. And the 50s leapt into full focus.

 
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KODALITE Flasholder. Detailed.

KODALITE Flasholder and Lumaclad Reflector ready for a close-up with KODAK BROWNIE Camera points soaring in the 50s.

 
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KODAK BROWNIE Box Camera No. 2

The first camera to use 120 roll film, the BROWNIE No. 2 Camera grew up to become a fantastic addition to the KODAK BROWNIE Camera line despite being clad in leatherette as a baby.

 
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BROWNIE Flash Six-20 Camera

Flash synchronized in a sheet-metal body, it could take on large, unwieldy bulb flashguns and lived to tell about it. The KODAK BROWNIE Camera became indestructible. Never mind the odd shape, it was a beloved camera.

 
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Autographic KODAK Camera

In 1914, Kodak released an Autographic film-camera system, allowing anyone to be a star. With signed, dated and titled negatives, metadata was born.

 
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KODAK INSTAMATIC Super 8 Movie

The movie-loving masses of the 60s adored the INSTAMATIC Super 8 Movie Camera. Super easy, super convenient, super accessible, super action.

 
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KODACHROME. EKTACHROME. SUPER 8.

Professional results at your fingertips in motion picture film for everyone. Unforgettable films that defined more than a few generations of filmmakers. EKTACHROME, which came out in the early 1940s, can snap a photo at a shutter speed of 1/10,000 of a second.

 
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KODACHROME M28 Super 8 Movie Camera

Popular in the 70s, the KODAK M28 INSTAMATIC Super 8 Movie Camera was made for moviemakers looking for manual zoom, a frame rate of 18, Auto Exposure and the next great indie flick.

 
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KODAK INSTAMATIC 404 Camera

The INSTAMATIC 404’s extreme success was due to its easy-load film cartridge, selenium meter-controlled aperture, Cooke triplet lens and spring wind. More than 50 million INSTAMATIC Cameras were produced between 1963 and 1970 introducing a generation to low-cost photography and spawning numerous imitators.

 

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