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This has been making the rounds online this week and I had to share it in case any readers here have missed it. In 1975 Kodak developed the first digital camera prototype. Hardly something you’d carry around your neck to a family function. 100 line black and white image were recorded to a cassette tape and took 23 seconds to write. The “microcomputer” being the size of a large VCR was required to display the image on a “monitor” (actually a TV).
The question I have is how many MegaPixels rather MilliPixels would this have been?
Read and see more photos of this beast of a computer here:
Kodak’s First Digital Camera
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