In this CBC article, Steven Sasson, the Kodak engineer who invented digital photography 35 years ago, discusses how he did it and the impact it has had. It is fascinating to know the first digital camera had a 100×100 pixel (0.01 megapixels) CCD sensor and the size of a toaster. It took an unimpressive 23 seconds to record an image and another 30s to display it.

Read more – Digital cameras: a decade of revolutionary pictures

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