A colour 35mm slide transparency featuring an E.E. Switching System, the first electronic control system installed in the Kodak Australasia factory, 1967.
Part of a collection of 40 colour 35mm slides depicting the Kodak engineering laboratory, scientific instruments and control panels, staff working in the factory, exterior views and the 1977 Kodak raft race. The collection was taken between 1965 to 1981 by former Kodak engineer Ron Salter, and later donated by him to Museum Victoria.
Kodak manufactured and distributed a wide range of photographic products to Australasia, such as film, paper, chemicals, cameras and miscellaneous equipment. Its client base included amateur and professional photographers, as well as specialist medical and graphic art professionals who used photography, x-ray and other imaging techniques.
Description of Content
Electronic control system positioned on a desk.
35mm, positive Ektachrome colour film mounted in paper slide frame with hand written inscriptions. Landscape format.
Slide, 35 mm, Colour
Printed, obverse, red ink: 'KODAK EKTACHROME / TRANSPARENCY / PROCESSED BY KODAK' Hand written in black and blue ink on the reverse; 'E.E. switching / system. / 1st electronic control system / installed at Kodak, 1967' Hand written in grey pencil on the reverse; '24 / 7' Printed in red ink on the reverse; '17 Nov 67M7' Imprinted with yellow ink, reverse: 'MADE IN AUSTRALIA'
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