Kyocera Digital Cameras
|First digital camera:||FineCam 3300, 2000|
Kyocera, a ceramics company, got involved in camera production in 1983, when it acquired Yashica, producing models under the Yashica, Contax and Kyocera brand names. The company offered a range of Kyocera-branded compact digital cameras between 2000 and 2004, and announced its withdrawal from the camera market in 2005.
Kyocera struggled to get any market share with the various digital compacts it released under its own name, despite decent feature sets and some attractive designs. It hasn’t released any models since 2004.
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