It was not until 1984 that Canon introduced the Canon RC-701, an Analogue electronic camera, The first true digital camera was the Fuji DS-1P in 1988, the captured image was recorded to a 16MB memory card (this memory must be kept battery) but can be seen as a huge upgrade in terms of storage.
The first widely available digital camera was the 1991. Kodak DSC-100. It had a 1.3MP resolution and was priced at $ 13,000. The first digital camera with a liquid crystal display was the 1995 Casio QC-10. The first digital camera to use Compact Flash was the Kodak DC-25 in 1996.
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