At first, the digital camera was discovered by Eastman Kodak engineer Steven Sasson in the year 1975. The machine, which weighed 3.6 kgs, took more than 20 seconds to detain an effigy. This digital camera was formulated as a trial product and it is not proposed for mass production. But, this machine has the capability to track black and white images.
The primary digital camera, which was launched publicly, is the Fuji DS-1P, which was launched in the year 1988. The machine features an internal memory card of 16 megabytes along with a battery.