Finally we coming closer to our understanding of photo cameras. In 1911, Oscar Barnak came to work in the German company Leitz, who made a huge contribution to the further development of photography. Thanks to his efforts and researches in 1925, a new type of small-format camera called Leica I (the name came from the merger of the two words Leitz and Camera) went on sale, which was working on a standard film.
In 1932, the world's first small-format Leica II camera became publicly available. Since about the 1930s, color photography has gained widespread acceptance thanks to Kodak, the first company to release Kodachrome color reversible film. In 1942, the company began producing Kodacolor film, which became very popular among professionals and photography enthusiasts. These photographs you can see in the Anonymous Project
In 1948, Polaroid made a breakthrough in photography by launching the Polaroid Land 95, which opens the era of instant photography. In 1975, Kodak engineer Steven Sassoon designed and introduced the first digital camera to the public. The matrix in his camera had a resolution of 0.1 mega pixels.
The growing public interest in photography required a more convenient model, and in 1988, FUJI introduced really portable model of the FUJI DS-1P digital camera.