My First Digital Camera: the Phoblographer Staff Remembers

Hello Kitty Digital Camera

Those of use who were born well before the turn of the millennium may still remember the early days of digital photography. When we were kids, people were still using those old-fashioned cameras that ran on these “film” canister thingies that could only take 36 pictures at a time. The word “megapixels” hadn’t even been invented yet, and we were used to the slow pace of shooting through a roll of film and waiting for it to be processed and the pictures printed at the lab. Then sometime in the late nineties and early 2000s, the first digital cameras started to emerge. Slowly but surely, we saw the photographic world transition from chemical film to digital sensors. In this blog post, the Phoblographer staff reminisces about their respective first digital cameras.

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