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The QuickTake 200 was a digital camera that was announced by Apple Computer on February 17, 1997 and became available on the following March 1st.[1] It was the final model of the QuickTake line.


The QuickTake 200 was built by Fujifilm and captured images at a still video resolution of 640×480. It was bundled with a 2 MB SmartMedia flashRAM card (SSFDC), and an Apple-branded 4 MB card was available as a separate accessory purchase. Using the 2MB card, up to 20 (high-quality) or 40 (standard-quality) images could be captured.[2]

Compared to the prior Kodak/Chinon-based models, the most noticeable change for the QuickTake 200 was an 1.8 in (46 mm) color LCD screen on the rear panel to preview stored photographs. The screen updated with a refresh rate of 30 Hz. In addition, the 200 added focus and aperture controls; apertures were now user-selectable, and although the lens was still a fixed-focus lens, three separate focus modes could be selected: close-up, 3.5 to 5 in (8.9 to 12.7 cm); portrait, 17 to 35 in (43 to 89 cm); and standard, 3 ft (0.91 m) to infinity.[2]



  1. Apple Delivers QuickTake 200 Digital Camera--Most Complete Solution for Communicating with Digital Images, Apple Computer 1997-02-17. Archived 1998-12-02.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Apple (1997). Apple QuickTake 200. Apple Computer, Inc.. Retrieved on 1 October 2019.

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