Film Camera History
1800's Kodak Camera; The Eastman Company
Motion pictures in color became a reality for amateur cinematographers. The first microfilm system, designed to simplify bank records, was introduced by Recordak Corporation, a newly-formed subsidiary of Kodak.
"The Travel Camera"
The Reisekamera might be considered the portable version of the studio camera, to be used outside the professional photographic studio, on assignment at location, for architectural work or documentation away from the studio, in homes or museums.
The Kinamo Camera was designed by Emanuel Goldberg for amateur and semi-professional movies in 1921.