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The Second Stage of Digital Camera Development
- Dec 10, 2018 -

The second stage: 1988 to 1998. At this stage, although the development of digital camera is still different, the general direction of digital camera development is determined. In 1988, Fujifilm released the DS-1P at Photokina, the first digital camera used flash memory media. In 1989, Kodak entered the digital SLR industry and designed the first mega pixel digital SLR camera prototype. The era of professional digital camera has kicked off. In 1991, the true digital SLR camera Kodak DSC 100 came out. In the past decade, using flash memory media as the storage medium and compact camera and SLR as the camera form, these two things have determined the development tone of digital cameras. From 1988 to 1998, the camera pixels jumped from less than one million to 6 million pixels. The second stage made preparation for the specialization and marketization of camera.