These days it is so easy to take out your phone and quickly shoot a photo anywhere at any time! There are so many cool different gadgets that can be an addition to taking photos with your phone such as portable mobile lens and selfie-sticks. It is a lot easier and convenient to live with today’s technology versus…even 10 years ago!
Today is National Camera Day and I thought it would be fun to draw out a timeline of evolution of cameras. So here we gooooo...
The very FIRST pinhole camera! I remember when I used to build my own pinhole camera with a empty can and some thumbtacks-haha! Very cool.
Very first panoramic camera. Look how bulky and huge that is!
The very first Kodak film camera - oh my.
This looks more familiar! This is the Raise Camera that were most desired by landscape photographers.
The first 35 mm film camera. This became standard for future film cameras. Finally something more compact!
The very first polaroid camera. Just like the polaroid cameras we know today, this beauty printed out pictures in 1 minute.
The mother of point and shoot cameras with auto-focus. Her name is "Jasupin".
The world's first digital electronic camera that auto-saved all your images into a disk!
Kodak released the first professional digital camera system! It was a very useful tool for photojournalists.
The first digital cameras for the consumer-level market that worked with a home computer via a serial cable created by Apple.
Sharp’s J-SH04 introduced the world’s first camera phone.
The Canon EOS 5D is launched. More familiar and modernized to our taste.
Carrying around a DSLR everywhere you go might be a hassle but with the advanced technology of smart phones we have today - we are in good hands.
Go out and take some pictures!
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