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on 17 June 2013

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Transcript of Emily

Fact number 1
Back in 1990, Kodak used cuddly collectable
toys to promote their brand in the effort to get
kids into photography. They were called kolorkins.
Fact number 2
Prototype digital cameras, which used
an electronic sensor instead of a film to
record an image as a digital file, were first built in the 1970's
Fact number 3
The first "photographic paper" was made of asphalt.
By, Emily Ordonez
In 1827, inventor Joseph Niepce produced the first permanent photgraph
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In 1827, French inventor Joseph Niepce produced the first permanent photograph by using a silver-coated in his own design.
In the late 19 century, the development of roll film revolutionized cameras.
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