Taken with a digital camera from the last millenium

Challenge #8 in the Technology Enabling Art series. Hosted by ProfHankD.
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This challenge is for photos taken with DIGITAL CAMERAS BUILT BEFORE JANUARY 2000. Why? When cars were new, various power sources were tried, and petroleum-based fuels won out... it has taken nearly a century to get back to using electricity. Similarly, the design space for digital cameras was explored more freely in the 1990s, and there may be some things we can learn from those cameras. For example, Casio and Nikon had pivoting lens mounts, Minolta had a lens+sensor module that could be separated from the camera body via an extension cable, and Kodak tried to support in-camera scripting using Digita....
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The "fake" light house on St Kilda foreshore. This old camera did a nice job in low light. Worst feature was the floppy disc and the nearly one minute per picture write times not to mention corrupted discs if the battery ran out while it was writing.
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Submitted: Monday, 5th July, 2010 11:46 (GMT)
Taken: Friday, 13th September, 2002
Focal length: 12.4 mm
Shutter speed: 2 sec
Aperture: F2.8
ISO: 80
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