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QuickTake 100

Next up in my Apple Optics Collection is the QuickTake 100 from 1993. This is the first digital camera available to the public. It retailed for $750!!!

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As far as the camera goes, there’s pretty much no difference between the 100 and the 150. Resolution? Same. Storage capacity? Same.

However, the 100 did not come with a close-up lens attachment. Instead, it came with a battery charger. (The 150 used an AC adapter that was sold separately.)

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I got this guy in the box for $58. I paid more than I should have considering the manual and software are missing. l’ll probably keep my eye out for another one and then throw this back up on eBay if I get lucky. I just had to have it!

It’s in nice condition. It does had one or two small scuffs, but nothing major. (I think my 150 looks a little better.)

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I threw in some AAs and turned it on. It works!

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The optics collection is almost complete. I just need a QuickTake 200 and I’m good to go.

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