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Samsung Kenox SSC-350N (© Samsung Corporation)

Samsung SSC-350N (1996)

Eine Kamera die von Fuji gebaut wurde und dann an Apple und Samsung lizensiert wurde. Apple (Quick Take 200) und Fuji (DS-7/DS-8) haben diese Kamera vermarktet, Samsung jedoch nicht (warum?)

Nikon Still Video Camera (© Pierre Jarleton)

Samsung Kenox SSC-410N Prototyp (1996)

Dieser Beitrag handelt von dem auf der Photokina 1986 gezeigten Prototypen der sich im Labeling von der finalen Version unterscheidet.

Possible picture of the Samsung SDC-30 (© watch.impress.jp)

Samsung SDC-30/35 (1997)

The Samsung SDC-30 / 35 digital camera is completely identical to the marketed Samsung SDC-33.

Samsung SDC-50 (1997)

Samsung SDC-50 (1997)

Austrian magazine Mobile Times published an article in issue 17 about a follow-up digital camera to Samsung's SDC-30/33. Mobile Times refers to it as the Samsung SDC-50.

Samsung SSC-420N (1997)

Samsung SSC-420N (1997)

According to a reputable german website www.adf.de, Samsung showcased two of their earliest digital cameras at the 1997 Paris Photo 1997 Salon internationale de la photographie.

Samsung CShot (© Impress Corporation)

Samsung CShot (1998)

Eine ziemlich ungewöhnliche Kamera die Samsung da auf der CeBIT 1998.zeigte. Der LCD Bildschirm konnte ausgeklappt und gedreht werden und war somit geeignet für Links- und Rechtshänder. Keine weiteren Informationen verfügbar.

Samsung Digimax 100 (© Impress Corporation)

Samsung Digimax 100 (1998)

Oh well, there is nothing to say here. Whoever visited PMA Spring '98 could see a poster at the wall of the Samsung booth that showed a picture of the Digimax 100

Samsung Digimax 30 official picture (© Samsung Corporation)

Samsung Digimax 30 (1998)

Shown at PMA 1998. Also, as well as the Digimax 30, based on the 1997 released Intel 971 PC Camera Kit.

Samsung Digimax 50 (© Impress Corporation)

Samsung Digimax 50 (1998)

At CeBIT 1998, Samsung showed a new concept digital camera, the Samsung Digimax 50.

Samsung SDC-55 Pop-Eye (© watch.impress.co.jp)

Samsung SDC-55 "Pop-Eye" (1998)

1998 really was a "Samsung" year. They presented half a dozen prototypes at different tech fairs. This was another one

Samsung SDC-56 (© watch.impress.co.jp)

Samsung SDC-56 (1998)

This was not at all a novelty (Epson had it back in 1996) but Samsung seemed to like it. At the Cebit 1998 they presented the SDC-56 with a detachable and rotatable lens (SDT-56). As before no other information available.

Samsung Digimax 150 (© The Imaging Resource)

Samsung Digimax 150 (1999)

The Samsung Digimax 150 also was shown at PMA Spring '99, it was briefly featured on Samsung's website. It's target price was $399

Samsung Digimax 80(© The Imaging Resource)

Samsung Digimax 80 (1999)

Yet another one of the Jenoptik JD11 clones. The Samsung Digimax 80 was shown at PMA Spring '99, unannounced before

Samsung SDC-100 (© Samsung Corporation)

Samsung SDC-100 (1999)

Shown on the IFA exhbition in Berlin, Germany 1999. The Samsung SDC-100 was not demonstrated but one could read about it in a catalogue.

Samsung Digimax 150 (© The Imaging Resource)

Samsung NEXCA SDC-130Z (2000)

The Samsung NEXCA SDC-130Z could be seen at Comdex Fall 2000 and looked a bit like the Digimax 130Z...

Samsung Digimax 150 (© The Imaging Resource)

Samsung NEXCA SDC-200Z (2000)

The Samsung NEXCA SDC-200Z could be seen at Comdex Fall 2000 and had almost similar features as the Digimax 210SE...

Samsung Digimax 150 (© The Imaging Resource)

Samsung NEXCA SDC-200i (2001)

Die Samsung NEXCA SDC-200i war komplett auf technisch versierte Frauen zwischen 20 und 30 Jahre alt ausgerichtet. Drinnen werkelte ein 2MP CCD Bildsensor.

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