Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Sympathy, Jan 10, 2009.
How far it's come
Post a pic of the image reader + an example image.
thats older than me... but not older than Jcolman. J, did you have one of those too?
its hard to get excited about something that makes a security camera look good
i had a video camera that wrote to cassette tapes when i was a kid.
anyone know the brand/model i'm talking about? i can't remember....
i'm pretty sure my first digital camera was the second digital camera ever made by kodak, it was the size of a brick and weighed just as much. it was a whopping 1mp
i have a feeling i had the same camera. i'll look around for a pic of it
My first camera, Kodak MC3
Took photos, video and played music...all on CF cards, less than a MP I think
not too far behind Nikons best offerings in 2009
First digital camera I used, was a sony that wrote to floppy disks. It was like 10 pics a floppy. Dimensions were probably about the size of a dvd case, not quite as thick as a brick.
No, but I did have the honor of working with one of the first "portable" video tape cameras. It was a fucking heavy as hell, three tube camera and images looked like shit. But we were all excited because we could edit the video tape instantly instead of having to wait for the film to process.
my first was a Sony DSC-F505 2.1meg. Paid $1000 for it. It was the bomb at the time
Fits perfectly in the pocket.
This was the first one I ever owned.. in about 2000-2001. Came free with a Dell PC I bought... was worth every cent too..
first cam I ever purchased
I have been happy with my decisions so far
first camera I ever owned:
Took a 3.5" Floppy