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Not to be confused with Kodachrome.
Kodacolor is a brand-name owned and used by Kodak. In general, it has been used for three technologically-distinct purposes:
- Kodacolor Technology is the collective branding used for several proprietary inkjet printer technologies.
- Kodacolor (still photography) includes several "true" color negative (print) films produced by Kodak since 1942.
- Kodacolor (motion picture) was an early movie system that used filters to record additive color on monochromatic lenticular film.
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