In 1975, an engineer Steven Sasson invented the first digital camera at Eastman Kodak. But it was not very practical and recorded only black and white images, with a resolution of only 0.01 megapixels. To capture an image it took about 23 seconds. In 1998, the first true digital camera the Fuji DS-1P was produced. Dycam Model 1 was the first digital camera available commercially in 1990.