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The Kodak Corporation was organized by George Eastman who invented the dry, transparent, and flexible photographic film used by the Kodak Cameras in 1888.That year, Kodak introduced the first pre-loaded camera with film for 100 pictures. The technician would then install new film.On April 26, 1976, one of history's largest patent suits was filed against Kodak by the Polaroid Corporation. The company did, however, offer reimbursement for the useless cameras.After the incident, the company employed many full-time research scientists to perfect, transparent film and it was first proven in Thomas Edison’s motion picture camera in 1891.