It was the first pinhole camera, and was invented by Alhazen.
It was announced by the French Academy of Sciences. One of these inventions is now the world’s most expensive cameras.
It was created by Thomas Sutton.
Oliver Wendell Holmes invents the Stereoscope viewer.
George Eastman was a pioneer in photographic films usage. He also started manufacturing paper films in 1885. His first Kodak box camera was very simple and very cheap.
It was a travel camera and it was extremely light weight. It had small dimensions when it was folded, that made the photo camera the most desired thing for landscape photographers.
It was called the Brownie and was presented by George Eastmen. It wasn't on sell until the 1960's.
Developed by Oskar Barnack of German Leica Camera. Later it became the standard for all film cameras.
could take a picture and print it in about one minute.
EG&G develops extreme depth underwater camera for U.S. Navy.
Konica introduces the first point-and-shoot, autofocus camera Konica C35 AF. It was named “Jasupin”.
The world’s first digital electronic still camera. Digital photography and television images are related to the same technology, so this camera recorded images into a mini disk and then put them into a video reader. Images could be displayed to a television monitor or color printer.
Fuji introduced the disposable camera. The inventors also call this device “single-use cameras”.
Kodak released the first professional digital camera system (DCS) which was of a great use for photojournalists. It was a modified Nikon F-3 camera with a 1.3 megapixel sensor.
In Japane Sharp’s J-SH04 introduced the world’s first camera phone.
The Canon EOS 5D is launched. This is first consumer-priced full-frame digital SLR with a 24x36mm CMOS sensor.