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World’s first disposable camera – Photo-Pac

The world’s first disposable camera was developed by A. D. Weir at Photo-Pac in 1949. The cardboard device could shoot 8 photos and could then be mailed to the company at Dallas. The prints would arrive in a week.

The world’s first disposable camera was developed by A. D. Weir at Photo-Pac in 1949. The cardboard device could shoot 8 photos and could then be mailed to the company at Dallas. The prints would arrive in a week.

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