This strange looking digicam first made its appearance back in 1996 at PMA. What truly makes this camera unique is its ability to split in two pieces, down the middle, allowing you to leave the part with the LCD at home if you so desired.
The El-C90 features a 768x560 pixel CCD sensor and can only shoot at ISO 200. However, it did feature an f/2.8 50mm lens and shutters ranging from 1/8 sec up to 1/400 sec.
The camera also contains a gigantic (by 90's standards) internal memory of 2MB's, but can also take PCMIA flash cards. If you're fresh out of those, it's no worry since the seller has graciously thrown in an adapter so that you can shoot with CF cards instead. And while the backlight on the LCD may be busted, the historical value of this camera is surely worth the price.