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$860 Today - Thrilled With My 3.3 mp Camera Purchase
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Sep 30, 2022 12:23:56   #
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rmalarz wrote:
The first digital still camera was developed by engineer Steven Sasson working for Eastman Kodak in 1975.
--Bob

The first electric bass was developed by George Fullerton, in the employ of Leo Fender, in 1951.

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Sep 30, 2022 12:49:31   #
Goldyrock
 
Saycheeze wrote:
I had a DC-4800. If I remember correctly it was one of, if not, the best at the time. My very first digital camera.


I had one too, until someone stole it from my office. I think that it was one of the Realtor's assistant, but could not prove it. It had a decent wide angle ens. Paid about $900 for it.

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Oct 1, 2022 09:24:30   #
toxdoc42
 
dpullum wrote:
Yes Bultaco in 1960 the most advanced digital was 3.1mp by Kodak... their expensive!! DC-4800. They were selling like Sweeney Tod's meat pies.

Can the old images from 1960s be saved by modern software? I think yes. Below is a side by side of the SOOC image and the same image cleaned and sharpened by Topaz deNoise AI and Sharpen AI.

Crop to face SOOC, 0.283 Mb vs Clean & Sharpened by AI, 2.1 Mb. Gigapixel gave 5.3 Mb


Have you tried topaz's latest software, PhotoAI? It has become my go to for first try!

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Nov 15, 2022 13:36:14   #
Blenheim Orange Loc: Michigan
 
User ID wrote:
The first electric bass was developed by George Fullerton, in the employ of Leo Fender, in 1951.


Yeah but smart phones can play better bass lines now.

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