George Eastman - History of Kodak and Rolled Photographic Film
By Mary Bellis
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Original Kodak Manual - Process of Winding a Fresh Film
Figure 2 shows the process of winding a fresh film into position. In taking a picture, the Kodak is held in the hand and pointed directly at the object. The button is pressed, and the filming is done; and this operation may be repeated a hundred times, or until the film is exhauted. Instantaneous pictures can only be made outdoors in bright sunshine.
George Eastman, Photographic Film, Kodak Camera
George Eastman, Kodak Company