Kodak Disc 8000
- Disc Film
- Digital Clock
Kodak Disc 8000
The Kodak Disc 8000 camera was manufactured in USA from 1982 until 1984 when production stopped 39 years ago. The Disc 8000 was designed to take Disc, Disc Film film. The camera requires 1, Integrated battery. Unloaded, the camera weighs 227.00 g (8.01 oz.), and with film, 240.00 g (8.47 oz.). Initially priced at $143.00, the Disc 8000 would cost $334.89 in 2011. Features include integrated flash, and date back.
|Years Made||1982-1984 (39 to 41 Years Old)|
|MSRP||$143.00 ($334.89 2012 Dollars)|
|Weight||227.00 g (8.01 oz.)|
|Battery||1 x Integrated|
|Country of Manufacture||USA|
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