From the first prototype of 1975 to Sony's Cyber-shot RX1 of 2012, here's a chronicle of photography's inevitable march to digital
1988 Fuji Fujix DS-1P
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Unveiled by Fuji at the 1988 Photokina trade show in Köln, Germany, the first true digital camera aimed at consumers was never marketed. But the 400,000-pixel camera showcased an important new technology: a removable SRAM (static RAM) memory card developed with Toshiba.