Who invented the handheld camera?

Answer The original handheld camera was invented in 1888 by an American inventor and philosopher named George Eastman, who made the first camera for Kodak, which was created precisely for roll film.Source... Read More »

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Who invented the first handheld Kodak camera?

George Eastman invented the handheld Kodak camera. On Sept. 4, 1888, Eastman received US patent number 388850 for his handheld box camera. The camera used roll film and could take up to 100 photogr... Read More »

Who invented Kodak's handheld digital camera?

Kodak's first handheld digital camera was invented by Steven Sasson, a research scientist at that time. According to Kodak, Sasson literally transformed the photography industry. "Steven has refocu... Read More »

Who invented the first handheld computer?

The Sharp PC-1211 (sold in the United States as the Radio Shack TRS-80 Pocket Computer 1), released in 1980, is considered the first handheld computer. While programmable calculators had been avail... Read More »

Who invented the handheld computer?

Jeff Hawkins invented the handheld computer. Hawkins was also the co-founder of Palm Computing, where the Palm Pilot was created. The original Palm Pilot 1000 was the first personal device assistan... Read More »