Kodak Hand Camera

"You Press the Button, We Do the Rest!"

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Ever Wanted to Preserve A Memory Forever?

Well, with the Kodak Hand Camera, you can! With the press of a button, you can snap a picture of any moment and keep for years to come! It's simple to use too! Whether you're a amateur photographer or just simple family man you can press a button and take a photo with the Kodak Hand Camera.

How Does It Work?

Well, the Kodak Hand Camera is pre-loaded with enough film for you to 100 pictures that you can use to remember your precious memories. Also, with the hand held feature, you can take the Kodak Hand Camera virtually anywhere! (It's not advisable to take the Kodak Hand Camera into water). Once you've taken all your photos, you can send the camera to our company in Rochester, New York and we can develop your pictures for you! With the payment of $10, we can put new film before we send your Kodak Hand Camera and photos back to you!


The Kodak Hand Camera was made by George Eastman in 1888. The camera itself was shaped like a box and the button to take the picture was on the side of the camera (that's what it looks like a least). In order to get your photos developed, you had to send the entire camera back to the company in Rochester, New York. The camera cost $25 and to get new film after they develop your pictures would be $10. George Eastman made the slogan "You press the button, we do the rest." which is why I used it in my project.

The effect the Kodak camera had back then was that it was the start of more modern photography and was the first step towards having colored photographs. The effect it has today is that the Kodak camera was the blueprint people used to make cameras more modern. Now, we have Kodak cameras that develop the pictures automatically when they print out and we also have digital cameras.

I used the persuasive technique is used was repetition. I used repetition because it was the easiest thing to use and was less confusing than the other techniques. I think it will be effective because the brand name is easy to remember and after it being repeated a few times, it'll probably be stuck in your head.