Casio celebrates 10 years digital photography

This year Casio is celebrating a special anniversary at the IFA, the International Radio and Television Exhibition in Berlin, it was ten years ago that the Japanese corporation launched the first digital camera for consumers, the QV-10, on to the market. The complicated technology was reduced in size for the first time in such a way that it fitted in a camera body. A piece of pioneering for the company, which smoothed the way into a new market: the market of digital photography. While the QV-10 enthused in 1995 with a storage capacity of 96 photos and a resolution of 320×240 pixels, we calculate nowadays in very different dimensions.

Source: LetsGoDigital


Posted: Fri - September 2, 2005 at 06:28 PM