Apple Quicktake 100

Apple was on the cutting-edge of digital cameras in 1994.
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Apple Quicktake 100

Binocular design with only the shutter button on top.
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Apple Quicktake 100

Binocular design.
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Apple Quicktake 100

Not exactly a compact point-and-shoot, weighs one pound.
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Apple Quicktake 100

Built-in flash and a sliding lens cover.
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Apple Quicktake 100

Optical viewfinder and monochromatic status display LCD.
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Apple Quicktake 100

No USB here, remember serial ports?
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Apple Quicktake 100

A little bigger than a current pocket camera.
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