Did you know that Apple’s QuickTake line of cameras were some of the very first consumer digital cameras ever available? They first made their appearance in 1994 in the form of the QuickTake 100, followed by the 150 and ultimately the 200 in 1996.
However, before you go off claiming that Apple invented the consumer digital camera you should know that the QuickTake 100 and 150 were both actually manufactured by Kodak and stamped with an Appple logo. The QuickTake 200 on the other hand was manufactured by Fujifilm.
Offering a .3 megapixel sensor, the QuickTake 200 shoots 640x480 24-bit images. It is capable of saving files in both the Tiff and Jpg format, in addition to several antiquated file formats.
Unlike the Quicktake 100 and 150, the 200 features a focusing mechanism as well as aperture controls. Also, unlike the previous models, the 200 features the ability to save images to a 5V SmartMedia card (good luck finding one of those). All in all, Ebay seller Detroit_Skate_Supply’s auction offers a very rare and definitely very cool piece of camera history for a measly 63 bucks (at the time of writing).