QuickTake 200

The Apple QuickTake 200 is a digital camera that was designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple in 1997 as part of the QuickTake series. The new QuickTake camera has been introduced on February 17, 1997, and its price started at $600.

The new QuickTake features a 24-bit CCD Image sensor, a Scale-focus lens, a picture resolution of up to 640 x 480 pixels, an RS-232C, and an NTSC Video I/O connection port.

This camera has been discontinued in 1997 when Steve Jobs returned to Apple.

Today QuickTake 200 is 25 years old!

QuickTake 200
Source: cnet.com – QuickTake 200

QuickTake 200 Release Date and Original Price

IntroducedFebruary 17, 1997
Discontinued1997
Model NumberUnknown
Original Price$600
Weight0.53 Ibs.
240.4 Grams
Dimensions3″ H x 5.1″ W x 1.9″ D
7.62 cm H x 12.95 cm W x 4.82 cm D

System Requirements

Camera

Image24-bit
ResolutionUp to 640 x 480 pixels
OpticsScale-focus lens
Lens Focal Length8 mm
Range3.5″ to infinity
Shutter Speed1/4 to 1/5000 of a second

Media

Photo FormatsTIFF
BMP
PCX
JPEG
QuickTake

Connections

AudioNone
Ports1 – RS-232C
1 – NTSC Video I/O

Power

Power4 AA Lithium or 5v DC 1.75A external supply

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