Iomega Zipcam

Zipcam was a prototype digital camera shown at Comdex 1999 by Iomega (Iomega Labs) that used 100 MB Zip disks. The 2.1 megapixel camera had a body that was a bit larger than a 100 MB Zip Drive, with a larger lens housing on one side. It had Iomega Labs, 2.1 Megapixels, and ZipCam logos written on the front.

Cameras of similar concept
There were other digital cameras that used disk storage as memory media.

*Panasonic PV-SD4090, a digital camera that used SuperDisk (LS120).
*Sony Mavica (A whole camera line that used 3.5" floppy or CDR/RW media)
* Used Iomega's PocketZip disk technology
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