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Kodak’s CEO Uses 35mm Film Business Cards

by Conner Flynn
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Film may not be making a comeback in our cameras any time soon, but it is making a comeback in business card form. At least for one guy. At this year’s CES, Kodak CEO Jeff Clarke was seen handing out business cards made from a strip of 35mm film. Of course!

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It makes perfect sense for the CEO of Kodak to have 35mm film business cards, but there was actually another reason. One of Kodak’s big announcements was a hybrid reboot of the Super 8 camera, which comes with a digital viewfinder to help frame shots, but the shots are captured on Super 8 Kodak film, making it the perfect blend of old school and new school.

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The camera is cool, but these business cards totally rock.

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