Why did Kodak beat everyone in the speed of transition from film to digital cameras, but he died anyway

So ditching the company is also a kind of talent.

Exactly 15 years ago, March 28, 1995 Kodak released its

Kodak DC40's first mass digital camera - The second in history after the Apple QuickTake 100. In reality, both of these cameras are modifications of the same model that Kodak developed and manufactured. That is, the company agreed to give formal championship to Apple (which, incidentally, was not among the manufacturers of photographic equipment and was not dangerous) and postponed the release of the revolutionary gadget under its own brand for about a year.