- a brand of portable camera introduced by George Eastman in 1888, using a roll of film and intended for taking snapshots.
Examples from the Web for kodak
Go ask anybody who remembers A&P, Gimbels, Digital Equipment, Kodak, or Borders, fer chrissakes.The Abysmal, Pathetic Obamacare Rollout
October 17, 2013
At least he still has the Kodak darkroom funnel he got when he was 14, which was 59 years ago.Kodak Bankruptcy May Lead to Fadeout of Legendary Film Company
January 20, 2012
The end of Kodak is a source of sadness, like the passing of an old, trusted family friend.
Now, even with a new CEO and a vast audience, it is on the verge of eclipse—as is Kodak, another firm once on the cutting edge.
Kodak, which defined personal photography for generations in the 20th century, appears headed for certain bankruptcy.
No child of nature so simple, in these days, as not to recognize a kodak.Afloat on the Ohio
Reuben Gold Thwaites
I was delighted to get them, and now I can kodak this whole district, above and below.A Woman who went to Alaska
May Kellogg Sullivan
Even if a kodak were not permitted, pictures could be secured.As A Chinaman Saw Us
He also ordered an enlarging camera, a Kodak, and a magic lantern.Love Among the Chickens
P. G. Wodehouse
A kodak picture of you would prove his arguments conclusively.A House-Boat on the Styx
John Kendrick Bangs
Word Origin and History for kodak
brand of camera, arbitrary coinage by U.S. inventor George Eastman (1854-1932), U.S. trademark registered Sept. 4, 1888. In 1890s, practically synonymous with camera and also used as a verb. Kodachrome, registered trademark for a method of color photography, 1915; the product was discontinued in 2006.