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camera time line
Transcript of camera time line
Camera obscuras used to form images on walls in darkened rooms; image formation via a pinhole
Niépce creates a permanent image
1861: Scottish physicist
color separation" method
1888: First Kodak camera,
containing a 20-foot roll
of paper, enough for
100 2.5-inch diameter
Development of Kodachrome,
the first color multi-layered
color film; development
of Exakta, pioneering 35mm
Edwin H. Land,
his own research on light
polarization. Two years later,
he files the patent first
Polaroid introduces Polacolor,
the first instant color film.
Sony Mavica (1981), the first still video camera in history.
the world’s first camera to save
data to a semiconductor memory card.
Steve Sasson at Kodak builds the first working
CCD-based digital still camera
1991: Kodak DCS-100, first digital SLR,
a modified Nikon F3
1992: Kodak introduces PhotoCD
1999: Nikon D1 SLR, 2.74 megapixel for $6000, first ground-up DSLR design by a leading manufacturer.
The popular Canon EOS system introduced,
with new all-electronic lens mount
Adobe Photoshop released.
2000: Camera phone introduced in Japan by Sharp/J-Phone
Four-Thirds standard for compact digital SLRs introduced with the Olympus E-1; Canon Digital Rebel introduced for less than $1000
2005: Canon EOS 5D, first consumer-priced full-frame digital SLR, with a 24x36mm CMOS sensor for $3000; Portraits by Rineke Dijkstra
2001: The Easy Share camera comes into play: Kodak put out their Easy Share digital camera, which made it easy to snap pictures and download them to the computer.
1893: BOUTAN-CHAUFFOUR FLASH BULB - The first flash bulb was designed by Frenchman Chauffour for use by underwater photographer Louis Boutan.
2012 Wireless cameras are developed: Kodak put out cameras that didn't have to be connected to a computer in order to download and share the pictures.