Welcome to the digital camera museum. Please feel free to leave a comment about my project.
the Polaroid PDC was designed by Matt Hern, who was at Fitch at the time and then moved to Product Genesis, Inc. immediately after defining the initial design. Your information is wrong. i redesigned the autofocus mechanism and my ex-wife redesigned some small aspects of Matt's original design while were all at PGI. i am well aware of the history with many, many dealings with Polaroid. if you want verification, i can put you in contact with VP of product development (at the time) of Polaroid. Also, the head of engineering, although he surely would not like it. But, history needs to be proper.
Wow, what a great site. And here am I thinking that I am a bit odd collecting old camcorders.
I have branched out a bit and have added Sony Mavicas to the collection. Attempting to get one of each of all the models they produced.
Unlike some of my camcorders, all the Mavicas still work!
I always go through E-Bay and see what is around, oddball camcorders always get my attention.
There are plenty of books written on the subject of film cameras but not much on digital cameras, even less on camcorders.
Keep up the good work, I know it takes a lot of effort to produce a good website.
At the moment I am adjusting textbook I wrote about photography for students and I came across this web site. I found some things I didn't know about and I would like to use these information in my textbook. Of course, I would like to ask you for your permission to do that, and in that case, I would refer to this web site.
Kind regards, Robert Andrejas
Amazing project. This is one of the best, no, the best website on the subject to date. The accuracy and devotion is completely unmatched. I have seen other websites on this subject and nothing comes even close to this project. This is my reference website from now on. Carry on! Jeff.
Congratulations for your tremendous work
Finally! a website with information relevant
I am really impressed by the depth of your research
I collect digital cameras since 1998
And I know how hard it is to find information
I'll follow with great interest
Good luck for the future :)