While Kodak's brand is familiar to everyone, fewer people might know that Eastman (as in Eastman Kodak) is still an ongoing brand for cinema films and intermediate processes that are used in creating movie magic. Back in the very beginnings of moving pictures, George Eastman supplied 35mm film to Thomas Edison for his movie cameras, and thus, an industry was borne. It was from that 35mm perforated film that 35mm still cameras (as in Leica, Retina, Argus, etc.) started the “miniature 35mm" format craze. So, going full circle, we are now looking at cine films that can be used in our 35mm still cameras!