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  index cameras disc information
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Kodak Disc Cameras

Their Years of Production, 1982-90

Film for this format was withdrawn from production by Kodak in 1998, it is no longer manufactured by anyone.

The information on this page has been collated from Brian Coe's book, "Kodak Cameras, the First Hundred Years", Kodak's AA-13 publication, "The History of Kodak Cameras" and information forwarded to me by Tom Saffioti that originated from Kodak.

Most, if not all, Disc cameras have a four-character "CAMEROSITY" date-code, usually on the inside of the film door, near the hinge.


828384858687888990
Disc 46082-84
Disc 470
86-90
Disc 200082-84
Disc 3000
83-84
Disc 3100
84-85
Disc 3500
83-84
Disc 3600
86-88
Disc 400082-84
Disc 4100
84-87
Disc 600082-84
Disc 6100
84-87
Disc 800082-84
Tele Disc
85-88
Medalist I
86-87
Medalist II
86-87
Medalist Tele
86-90
Challenger
86-90
Tele Challenger
85-86
Hawkeye 7000
85


Notes
  • A version of the disc 3100 with a red front plate was made for J.C. Penney.
  • Some disc 4000 cameras were overprinted "photokina koln '82" for the European launch.
  • A camera similar to the 4000 was available as the "abc".
  • A transparent 4000 was available, presumably as a demonstration item.
  • Some disc 3600 cameras were overprinted with "Expo 86 Vancouver" in blue.
  • I have seen reference to a "Special Opportunity" Disc camera, but have no details as yet.
Any further information on these, or other Kodak Disc models that I have not listed, would be greatfully received. Most Disc cameras are worth little more than pennies/cents, unless truely mint, preferably boxed with instructions, accessories etc. They were often made by the million and there are usually far more cameras around than collectors interested in them.


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