Kodak first introduced the box camera in 1888. It consisted of a meniscus lens and a single shutter speed. Best of all, the camera came with enough film for up to 100 exposures. Later models, released in the 1950s, included a flash. Click here for more pictures.

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Kodak first introduced the box camera in 1888. It consisted of a meniscus lens and a single shutter speed. Best of all, the camera came with enough film for up to 100 exposures. Later models, released in the 1950s, included a flash. Click here for more pictures.

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