In 1900, Eastman Kodak introduced the Brownie, the first mass-market camera that allowed anyone to take a picture. Since then, the company has been on the cutting edge of photography. It supplied the film used on the Apollo 11 missions and was even the first to put together a working digital camera. Ultimately, Kodak couldn’t keep up in the digital marketplace. In 2009, the company stopped selling its Kodachrome color film and, by 2010, it had fallen to seventh place in terms of digital cameras sold. Now, the 130-year-old company is filing for bankruptcy and may shutter its doors for good. Here’s a look at some of the highlights from the storied company’s past.