PHOTOGRAPHY: Berkey Clicks Harder

Among at least three pending antitrust suits filed by competitors against Eastman Kodak Co. is one brought by Berkey Photo, Inc., charging Kodak with "attempts to monopolize"—and all manner of other bad deeds. When it comes to introducing new products, however, Berkey officials apparently think that Rochester's jolly yellow giant knows best. Berkey's Keystone camera division has captured about 15% of the instant-loading market by frankly imitating Kodak's hugely successful Instamatic. Last week, some 15 months after pocket Instamatics were introduced by Kodak, Berkey unveiled its sincere form of flattery: the Pocket Everflash, which uses pocket-cartridge film and has...

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