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Forty-eight photographs of Caucasian individuals were taken from the Arizona State University main campus and the surrounding Phoenix community using a Sony Mavica FD95 digital camera.
In 1972, Texas Instruments patented a filmless electronic camera, and in 1981 Sony released the Sony Mavica electronic still camera that was the first commercial electronic camera.
Before scanning the three root systems selected for analysis, they were photographed with a Sony Mavica, MVC-FD71 digital camera (Sony Corporation, Tokyo, Japan).
To enter the contest, Harris chose to send in his review on a Sony Mavica digital camera because its ease of-use made it ideal for him to integrate it into his classroom.
(17) In 1981, the Sony Corporation marketed their Mavica digital still video camera, the first consumer digital video device.
Fuji, however, sensed something fundamental occurring, and became convinced of it a few years later with the arrival of Sony's first low-resolution digital camera, the Mavica. Fuji caught Kodak napping, and last year at this time, Fuji had nearly 5,000 mini digital processing labs in chain stores throughout the U.S.; Kodak had fewer than 100.
The first digital camera was not available to the public until 1981, when Sony manufactured and released "Mavica." (9) By the time digital photographs were introduced into evidence in a courtroom, they were well known and no longer considered new or novel pieces of evidence.
In subsequent observations, photographs were taken at a resolution of 640 x 480 bits with a Sony Mavica digital camera (either MVC-7 or MVC-83) in an underwater housing.
In 1983, Tomo Wada, business and professional products manager of Sony Hawaii Co., introduced the MAVICA, a revolutionary disk camera that recorded pictures on a small, magnetic disk.
The Sony CD Mavica is one of the first of its kind.
For this program a Sony Digital Mavica Still Camera (MVC-FD85) was used to shoot both digital still photographs and video.