Konica Q-EZ (1996)

In 1996, the Konica Q-EZ was the world's first digital camera to support Intel's Flash Miniature Card (see memory card page). The camera was a very bulky chunk of hard plastic. It had 640x480 pixel resolution and a serial interface. Despite it's bulkiness the camera had no TFT screen to preview images nor a possibility to connect one. Instead it had an info LCD screen. The Konica Q-EZ had a clear silver body and dark grey buttons on the back. Apparently the Konica also came with a PCMCIA miniature card adapter (MC-AD1). If you have a picture of that one I would want to post it here. The Konica Q-EZ was re-issued one year later in 1997 as the HP Photosmart digital camera.


  • Brand: Konica
  • Model: Q-EZ
  • First mentioned: 1996
  • Marketed: yes
  • MSRP: $599
  • Imager Type: 0.35MP 1/3" CCD
  • Resolution: 640x480
  • Internal Storage: -
  • External Storage: Intel Miniature Flash Card
  • Lens: f=6mm /F2.8
  • Shutter: 1/30s - 1/2,000s
  • Aperture Range: F2.8
  • LCD screen size: -
  • Size: 154 x 86.5 x 68mm
  • Weight: 350 gr.
  • Remarks: -

The Digital Camera Museum
© 2015 digicammuseum.com
Disclaimer & Copyright Notice