Introduction 135 film
It may be of interest to note that the 135 cassette as used by all 35mm cameras today was actually introduced by Kodak with the original Retina in 1934. Prior to that different makes of camera used individual loading techniques, some of which involved re-loading a cassette or the camera in the darkroom.
This section covers Kodak 35mm cameras other than the Retinas and Retinettes, which can be found in their own section.
Kodak continued production of 35mm cameras until 1969, with the Retina S1 and S2, after which there was a lapse of 17 years until they marketed another camera in this format in 1986, shortly before the last Kodak 126 Instamatic was made.
Now a days this type of rollfilm is still used in One Time Use cameras