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Timelines: 1888

 
  
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Timeline for 1888

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Kodak No 1 camera 
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Kodak No.1 box camera is marketed by George Eastman (Eastman Dry Plate and Film Co.) and popular amateur photography begins.
North America • USAFrederick Ives announces the invention of the crossline halftone screen. The halftone allows the mass reproduction of photographs in newspapers and magazines. Ives failed to patent the process and made no financial reward from his labors.
North America • USAGeorge Eastman patents his camera (U.S. patent No, 388,850). (4 September 1888)
 
  

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