Vivitar ViviCam 2700
The Vivitar ViviCam 2700 is a digital camera introduced in 1998.
Its highest resolution was 640x480 (with 320x240 in standard mode). Its 2 megabytes of internal memory could store up to 50 images in standard resolution (but only up to 20 in "high" resolution). Its lens is fixed focus (10 inches to infinity), it has a 1.8-inch LCD display, needed four AA batteries to operate, and had a suggested retail price of $399.00. Adjusted for inflation, its price would be the equivalent of nearly US$600 in 2016 money, which may explain why most people in 1998 stuck with film cameras.