The Olympus Camedia D600L was more or less the first super-zoom DSLR aimed at the amateur photographer--it first hit the scene back in 1998. And while it may look a whole lot like a bloated plastic Polaroid camera, the thing was actually quite ahead of its time. It offered a 1.4 MP sensor and an f/2.8 36-110mm (35mm equivalent) lens. And besides, the late 90's aren't exactly regarded as a high-point for the design of consumer products anyway (remember how ugly that Ford Taurus your mother drove was?)
It should be noted that Ebayer Garsb is incorrect in assuming that this is in fact the first digital camera, as a previous Ebay Watch proves, that award actually goes to the Kodak DCS-100 which came out 7 years earlier, back in 1991. It should also be noted, that, according to the seller's description, the battery for the camera is shot. Either way, for twenty or so bucks, you can get your hands on a rather significant piece of digital camera histroy.
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