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Ten unique cameras from the dawn of consumer digital photography
Do you remember having to change floppy disks on your Sony Mavica? Or perhaps plugging your Coolpix 100 into the side of your laptop? The early days of consumer digital photography were filled with cameras that broke new ground, though not necessarily in directions that were widely adopted. In this article, DPReview's Jeff Keller takes a look back at ten unique cameras from the era of PC Cards and SCSI ports. Follow the link to explore some of the interesting dead-ends of early digital photography.
|The Coolpix 100 was a camera attached to a PC Card.
[Photo credit: Jarle Aasland]
In the not-too-distant future we'll be taking a look at cameras from the 21st century, so stay tuned.