EEVblog #937 – Retro Canon Still Camera Teardown!

How did you take “digital” photos in the 1980’s and early 90’s?
With an analog still video camera that stored images on a PAL format 2″ video floppy disks, that’s how!
Enter an age before SD cards, flash memory, JPG files, and USB!

A teardown of a 1991 vintage Canon Ion RC-260 Still Video Camera.
Forum HERE

from EEVblog https://www.eevblog.com/2016/10/27/eevblog-937-retro-canon-still-camera-teardown/

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