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The first portable digital camera – cassette included

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Weighing in at 4 kilograms and standing a proud 22 centimetres tall, this is the world’s first portable digital camera. In 1975, Steve Sasson and his team at Kodak’s Elmgrove plant in Rochester, New York, cobbled it together from existing Kodak parts and other state-of-the-art technology.
via New Scientist

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