Another first in the digital camera world, the Casio QV-10 was the original camera to feature a color LCD on the back for the purpose of reviewing images.
While there were a few cameras that came before the QV-10 that offered LCD's, those displays were not color and only showed text (kind of like the LCD's on higher end DSLR's located next to the shutter). The QVC-10's LCD came in at 1.8 inches, not bad for 1995. It featured a 250K pixel CCD sensor and saved pictures in the jpg format.
Included with Ebayer ubspecs77's auction is the camera, all of the original cables, a soft case for the camera and and installation CD. The camera is powered by 4 AA batteries. With only two days left in the auction as of the time of this writing, and a no bids made yet, someone is bound to walk away with a real bargain.
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