My next camera was the 110, the slim pocket camera that used film cartridges and flash cubes. Remember flash cubes?
That camera went to camp with me, where my friend Margie and I took pictures of each other taking pictures of each other. We were ten.
I had other cameras in my 'teens and twenties, some of them Kodak, some not. The next camera that changed my life was the EasyShare I bought so I could upload pictures of items I was selling on eBay.
When I bought my current camera, I gave the Kodak to a co-worker who didn't have one to take pictures of her grandchildren. I hope it lives a long and happy life chronicling the lives of those kids.
I also hope Kodak, the company, survives this setback. I used to live in Rochester, the home of Kodak, and they used to be the largest employer in town. It would be really sad to see it disappear.
What are your Kodak memories?