Kodak's Disc

Instamatic encore

The country may have gone camera crazy, all decked out in snouty lenses, fancy light meters and the designer bags needed to pack the paraphernalia. But amateur photographers using amateur equipment still get all too many amateur results. Underexposed or blurry pictures, for example, that never show up in those happy photo-equipment advertisements.

Last week Eastman Kodak Co., the world's largest supplier of photographic equipment to the multibillion dollar amateur market, took a giant step toward the elimination of misbegotten pictures. The company's solution is a compact new camera called Disc....

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