Dominating the world of cameras for around 130 years, George Eastman's company, Kodak has finally put an end to the 'Kodak Moment'. Teetering on the brink of collapse for some time, Eastman Kodak filed for bankruptcy protection Thursday morning. With debts that stand at around $6.8bn and assets, as per filing, around $5.1bn, Kodak faced no other option than file for bankruptcy. The fall of this icon of photography industry is in line with the disappearance of dinosaurs. The way dinosaurs became extinct due to their inability to adapt to the changing environment, similarly the reason for collapse of Kodak is its inability to adapt to the digital revolution.