Who made the first disposable camera?

Answer According to Mechanix Illustrated, the inventor of the first disposable camera was mechanical engineer A.D. Weir. Called the Photo-Pac, the camera was made of a carboard box with an inexpensive cam... Read More »

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How does the resolution of a 2.4 megapixal digital camera compare with a disposable camera?

Answer Generally speaking, film has a much better resolution than digital cameras. In fact, if you were to compare good 35mm color film to the "megapixel" rating of digital cameras, film would rate... Read More »

Why was the first camera made?

It depends on what you would call a 'camera'. The word 'camera' comes from the Latin 'camera obscura' meaning 'dark room'. In the renaissance, Italian painters were using camera obscuras to help t... Read More »

Who made the first speed camera?

Maurice Gatsonides, a famous rally driver who won the Monte Carlo rally in 1953, made the first speed camera under his Dutch company, Gatsometer BV. As the inventor of the first automated road-rule... Read More »

Who made the first pinhole camera?

Writings on the theory behind pinhole cameras date at as far back as Aristotle and Euclid's in the 4th century BC. However, the first pinhole camera that took a photograph wasn't created until 1850... Read More »