Kodak digital cameras

Kodak digital cameras are produced by a multinational American cooperation known as Eastman Kodak Company. Steven Sasson, an electrical engineer at Eastman Kodak company in the year 1975, invented the first recorded digital camera.
The camera was produced as a technical exercise and hence was a prototype which was not intended for production. It weighed eight pounds, recorded its pictures in black and white to a cassette tape and it had a resolution of about 0.01 megapixels. Its first image was captured in December 1975; taking twenty three minutes to capture it.

The beginning of a long line of professional Kodak digital cameras was in 1991 when Kodak brought the Kodak DCS-100 to the market. In part, these digital cameras were based on film bodies