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Jeffrey C Robertson, Mark D Fraser: Film cassette. Eastman Kodak Company, Roger A Fields, May 30, 1989: US04834306 (150 worldwide citation)

In a film cassette, a film spool is rotatable independently of a pair of coaxially spaced rotatable disks. The two disks have respective circumferential lips which prevent the outermost leader convolution of a film roll wound on the spool from clock-springing into contact with the cassette shell. Wh ...


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Edward N Balling, David A Hodder: Single use photographic film package and camera. Eastman Kodak Company, J F Breimayer, Roger A Fields, September 19, 1995: US05452033 (102 worldwide citation)

A recyclable, single use photographic film package and camera comprising a light-tight camera mechanism having a frame forming exposure gate, a roll of unexposed film withdrawn from its cartridge and pre-wound on a film takeup spool disposed on one side of the exposure gate, the cartridge disposed o ...


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Randy E Horning, Douglas W Constable, David C Smart: Encodement-on-film recording apparatus utilizes flash components in a camera. Eastman Kodak Company, Roger A Fields, April 8, 1997: US05619737 (99 worldwide citation)

A camera assembly comprises a plurality of encodement-on-film recording means adapted to receive electrical energy to provide various film encodements, an encodement-on-film selector movable to various selection positions to select one or more of the recording means to provide the film encodements, ...


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Dennis R Zander, Clay A Dunsmore: Method and apparatus for preventing unauthorized recycling of single-use camera and permitting authorized reuse of the camera. Eastman Kodak Company, Roger A Fields, May 14, 1996: US05517265 (95 worldwide citation)

When an exposure counter in a single-use camera indicates that the maximum number of exposures on a roll of film in the camera have been exposed, a function of the camera such as an electronic flash capability is disabled to prevent unauthorized recycling of the camera. A reset code must be inputted ...


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Dwight J Petruchik, Clay A Dunsmore: Method and apparatus for preventing unauthorized recycling of single-use camera and permitting authorized reuse of the camera. Eastman Kodak Company, Roger A Fields, May 23, 1995: US05418585 (94 worldwide citation)

When an exposure counter in a single-use camera indicates that the maximum number of exposures on a roll of film in the camera have been exposed, a function of the camera such as an electronic flash capability is disabled to prevent unauthorized recycling of the camera. A reset code must be inputted ...


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Dennis R Zander: Method of recycling single-use camera. Eastman Kodak Company, Roger A Fields, March 26, 1996: US05502529 (91 worldwide citation)

A method of recycling a single-use camera after a function of the camera has been purposefully disabled to prevent unauthorized reuse of the camera, comprising inputting a reset code to the camera to re-enable the function that has been disabled to permit authorized reuse of the camera, is character ...


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Jeffrey C Robertson: Film cassette. Eastman Kodak Company, Roger A Fields, May 23, 1989: US04832275 (87 worldwide citation)

A film cassette is disclosed wherein a film spool is rotatable about an axis within the cassette shell, successive sections of the outermost convolution of a film roll wound on the film spool are automatically advanced to the outside of the cassette shell in response to rotation of the film spool, a ...


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Donald M Harvey: Pseudo telephoto--pseudo panoramic camera. Eastman Kodak Company, Roger A Fields, April 22, 1986: US04583831 (87 worldwide citation)

A photographic camera enables pseudo telephoto and pseudo panoramic prints to be obtained from normal exposures coded to identify the selected type print. In the camera, an objective lens is adjustable to vary its angular field of view within a field range having a wide angle limit and a telephoto l ...


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Dennis R Zander: Method and apparatus for preventing unauthorized recycling of single-use camera and permitting authorized reuse of the camera. Eastman Kodak Company, Roger A Fields, July 9, 1996: US05534962 (87 worldwide citation)

When an exposure counter in a single-use camera indicates that the maximum number of exposures on a roll of film in the camera have been exposed, a function of the camera such as an electronic flash capability is disabled to prevent unauthorized recycling of the camera. A reset code must be inputted ...


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James G Rydelek, William T Matthias, Maureen E Churan King, Randy E Horning: Method of recycling one-time-use camera. Eastman Kodak Company, Roger A Fields, July 11, 2000: US06088530 (76 worldwide citation)

A method of recycling a spent one-time-use camera that originally includes a pair of front and rear cover parts and a main body part having a chamber for a film cartridge, and which has had corresponding bottom portions of the front and rear cover parts and the main body part cut off to provide an o ...