Colour photograph of an AMBER Chest Imaging System, distributed by Kodak. AMBER is an acronym for Advanced Multiple Beam Equalisation Radiography.

This is one of 20 photographs in an album about the opening of the Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd Technical Centre circa 1986-1987. It features images of staff and new technologies in Kodak's professional and medical imaging business.

Description of Content

Large x-ray machine with central stand and two imaging units at either end of a beam. Beneath it there is a raised platform with a sign or carpet featuring a Kodak 'K' logo on it. Behind the machine is a large curtained window and a potted palm on a trolley.

Physical Description

Colour photograph, landscape format

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