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Founded in the mid-1960s, Fotomat specialized in drive-thru, “One Day Photo Service”… that’s right kids, people once had to wait until the next day to see photos (presumably of dinosaurs) they took with their clunky analog cameras. By 1980, over four thousand yellow and blue, pyramid-roofed Fotomat kiosks were scattered across suburban parking lots from coast to coast.
Considering the late-1980s advent of film processing minilabs that reduced photo development time from a day to just an hour. (Now that’s progress!) The subsequent introduction of digital cameras and then, camera-equipped smartphones were the final nails in Fotomat’s coffin.
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