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[[Minolta]]
 
[[Minolta]]
   
One of the first digital cameras with a swivelling & detachable lens; the lens can be removed from the body, connected by a cable, allowing viewfinding on the [[LCD]] screen from different angles to the lens, and changing the flash direction.
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Said to be the first digital cameras with a swivelling & detachable lens; the lens can be removed from the body, connected by a cable, allowing [[viewfinder|viewfinding]] on the [[LCD]] screen from different angles to the lens, and changing the flash direction.
   
 
* Manufacturer: [[Minolta]]
 
* Manufacturer: [[Minolta]]
* Introduced: c.1998
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* Introduced: c.1996
* Lens: zoom 4.8-13mm f5.0-f5.6, [[35mm equivalent]] 34-92mm, with macro mode; 9 elements in 7 groups
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* Lens: 2.7x zoom 4.8-13mm f5.0-f5.6, [[35mm equivalent]] 34-92mm, with macro mode; 9 elements in 7 groups
 
* Resolution: 640x480 [[pixel]]s (0.3 [[Megapixel]]s, 24-bit colour
 
* Resolution: 640x480 [[pixel]]s (0.3 [[Megapixel]]s, 24-bit colour
 
* Storage: (now obsolete) 5v [[SmartMedia]] cards; originally supplied with a 2megabye card with space for up to 40 (standard compression) or 20 (fine) [[jpg]] images
 
* Storage: (now obsolete) 5v [[SmartMedia]] cards; originally supplied with a 2megabye card with space for up to 40 (standard compression) or 20 (fine) [[jpg]] images

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Minolta

Said to be the first digital cameras with a swivelling & detachable lens; the lens can be removed from the body, connected by a cable, allowing viewfinding on the LCD screen from different angles to the lens, and changing the flash direction.

  • Manufacturer: Minolta
  • Introduced: c.1996
  • Lens: 2.7x zoom 4.8-13mm f5.0-f5.6, 35mm equivalent 34-92mm, with macro mode; 9 elements in 7 groups
  • Resolution: 640x480 pixels (0.3 Megapixels, 24-bit colour
  • Storage: (now obsolete) 5v SmartMedia cards; originally supplied with a 2megabye card with space for up to 40 (standard compression) or 20 (fine) jpg images
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