Quicktake 100


At A Glance

The Quicktake 100 was the first digital camera from Apple. It supported up to 32 standard resolution images (320×240) or 8 high resolution images (640×480) and weighed 1lb. You can view the original specifications of the Apple Quicktake 100 digital camera at the Apple website here.

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Original Specifications

  • Physical:
    • Depth: 6.1 inches (155 mm)
    • Width: 5.3 inches (135 mm)
    • Height: 2.2 inches (55 mm)
    • Weight: 1 lb (0.5 kg)
  • Technical:
    • Type: CCD Still Frame Camera
    • Image size: 320×240 pixels standard resolution; 640×480 high resolution
    • Interface: Geoport (Macintosh); RS-232C serial (Windows)
    • Bit depth: 24-bit color
    • Memory: 1 MB Flash EPROM
  • Camera:
    • Lens field of view: 8 mm (equivalent to 50-mm lens on a 35-mm film camera)
    • ISO: equivalent to approximately ISO 85
    • Focus range: 4 feet to infinity
    • Aperture: f2.8
    • Shutter speed: 1/30 second to 1/175 second
    • Flash range: 4 feet to 9 feet


  • Temperature:
    • Operating: 0° to 40° C (32° to 104° F)
    • Storage (6 months): -40° to 47° C (-40° to 117° F)
    • Transit (72 hours): -40° to 65° C (-40° to 149° F)
    • Humidity: Classified as Class 1 equipment
  • Power requirements:
    • Standby: <500 mW
    • Operating: <4.5 W
  • Operating environment:
    • Temperature: 0° to 40° C (32° to 104° F)
    • Humidity: 20 to 95 percent, noncondensing
  • Electrical requirements:
    • Internal power: 3 AA batteries (3.6 V DC to 5.4 V DC)
    • External power: 4.5 V DC / 1.75A to 8.0 V DC/1.0 A
  • Accessories:
    • Quicktake 100 Travel Case (part number M2848G/A)
    • Quicktake 100 Battery Booster Pack (part number M2655G/A)



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apple.com

The original specifications and description of the Quicktake 100 is at the Apple support web site.

Wikipedia

For the Wikipedia entry on the Quicktake 100 digital camera, click here

retrothing.com

Here’s a great review of the Quicktake 100 over at retrothing.com

TUAW

The Unofficial Apple Weblog has an awesome look back at the Quicktake 100 here.

Time Magazine

Time Magazine once considered the Quicktake 100 to be one of the top 100 all time gadgets.
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