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Casio QV-10A LCD Camera

The Casio QV-10 was the worlds first consumer LCD digital camera, originally developed by a team led by Hiroyuki Suetaka in 1995. The relatively low cost of the camera helped it achieve wide success and was influential in the rise in popularity of digital photography. Japan's National Museum of Nature and Science has awarded it the status of "Essential Historical Material for Science and Technology". 


  • Imaging device - 250-kilopixel. 
  • Display 1.8" colour LCD screen. 
  • Lens Fixed focus with macro position; F2.8/f = 5.2mm. 
  • Aperture - F2.8/F8 manual switching. 
  • Exposure range - EV +5 to 18. 
  • Exposure Adjustment - -2EV to +2EV. 
  • Power supply - 4xAA Alkaline batteries or AC Adaptor. 

Date : 1995

Manufacturer : Casio

Format : Camera

Physical Description : Camera. Soft Case. Special Video Cable. Digital Out Cable. Instruction Manual.

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH50788. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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