Digital cameras are a ubiquitous part of our interconnected 21st century global society. They recorded up-to-the-minute images of the uprising in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, the devastation of Superstorm Sandy and other memorable events. Everyone has seen images of baby’s first steps and unlikely animal friends, as well as the slips, falls, surprises and thrills of everyday life.
Since Apple’s 1994 introduction of the QuickTake 100, the first digital camera intended for use with a home computer and aimed at the consumer-level market, their portability and ease of use has given everyone the ability to photograph the momentous and the day-to-day.
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