Did you know the very first DSLR introduced to the North American photography market was the Kodak DCS-100? Although not a self-contained unit like modern models, the Kodak DCS-100 was closer to a digital back that was attached to a Nikon F3 body. At 1.3 megapixels, the digital storage unit was seperate that connected to the camera and housed the batteries. As the first professional digital camera open to the market, the Kodak DCS-100 retailed for about $30,000 US!
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