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December 5, 2012

Colorful Kodacolor Ads in the Late 1980s and Early 1990s

In still photography, Kodak's Kodacolor brand has been associated with various color negative films (i.e. film intended for making color prints with) since 1942. Kodak claims that Kodacolor print film was the world's first true color negative film, but it was Agfa who released the first color negative film in 1939. The Kodacolor name has subsequently been used on several negative films, including Kodacolor-X, Kodacolor VR and Kodacolor Gold.


The name "Kodacolor" was originally used for a very different lenticular color home movie system, introduced in 1928 and retired after Kodachrome film made it obsolete in 1935.

Below is an awesome collection of colouful advertisements of Kodacolor in German in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Kodak (1986) Kodacolor Gold 100

Kodak (1990) Kodacolor Gold 100

Kodak (1990) Kodacolor Gold 100

Kodak (1991) Kodacolor Gold 100

Kodak (1992) Gold II 200

Kodak (1992) Gold II 200

Kodak (1993) Gold II 200

(via Shooting Film)




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