Vivitar ViviCam 3100

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The ViviCam 3100 by Vivitar is a digital camera introduced in 1998. It has a fixed-focus glass lens, with resolution up to 1920 X 1600, requires six AA alkaline batteries to operate, with a recommend retail price of US$599.[1] Adjusted for inflation that is over $800 in 2016 money, which may explain why most people in the 1990s stuck with film cameras.

References

  1. "VIVITAR LAUNCHES SECOND GENERATION OF HIGH RESOLUTION DIGITAL STILL CAMERAS", press releasd, archived 13 June 1998 by Wayback Machine on Internet Archive
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