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Logitech Fotoman FM-1

Logitech FotoMan digital camera, made by Logitech in Switzerland, 1990. The FotoMan FM-1 was one of the first digital cameras to go on sale.

The FotoMan took monochrome pictures. 32 images could be stored in the camera, and images could be uploaded to a PC using the cable supplied with the camera.
 
The price of the camera on its release in 1990 was £499.

Date : 1990

Manufacturer : Logitech

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH23401. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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