Object consists of camera, charger, cable, three 2.5" floppy install disks, user manual, cardboard packaging, and original box.
Apple Computer, Inc.
Of battery charger.
UPC code on box.
Barcode label on box.
On outside of box.
Stamped in black on label.
in box: 4 1/4 in x 12 in x 8 3/4 in
Apple's first foray into the digital camera market, the QuickTake 100, is seen as the first significant digital camera on the market for less than $1000. Unlike previous digital cameras which could only shoot greyscale images, the QuickTake took 24-bit color images, though had no display screen to preview images. The QuickTake was able to capture images at 0.3 megapixels with only enough on-card storage for about 8 pictures. When Steve Jobs returned to Apple in 1997, one of his first decrees was to end the non-computer lines, including the Newton, LaserWriter, and QuickTake lines. The design by Marc van de Loo and Tim Parsey was considered remarkable enough for inclusion in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art.