Kodak copiers were acknowledged as the best in the field when they manufactured them. They were all electronic with sophisticated microprocessor controlled operations all designed internally by Kodak electronic engineers. Kodak color printers were electronic with sophisticated sensors. All Kodak manufacturing is designed and built in-house and is computer operated from emulsion making to coating to slitting and chopping.
They have a very sophisticated chip making facility and a large software development division in-house. They have been making their own sensors and making electronic imaging parts for decades.
So, even though we are all Kosh, I would have to disagree with you and say Kodak is an electronics company, at least sufficiently so to surpass Fuji and some others.
Mama, don't take my Kodachrome away!