Hewlett-Packard (HP) are a large electronics and computing equipment company, founded by Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard in Palo Alto, California in 1939. The company began by making electronic instruments, starting with a laboratory oscillator. Early on, they made cameras to record images from their instruments, such as oscilloscopes.
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HP were among the first companies to produce mass-market laser- and inkjet-printers - both in c.1984.
In 1997, HP introduced the Photosmart system - a combination of digital camera, scanner for existing photos and negatives and photo printer. The firmware of the early HP camera models was based on the Digita operating system.
- ↑ HP's web site History page says 1939, although the prototype oscillator is dated 1938
- ↑ HP Imaging products history on HP's web site
Alphabetical List of Hewlett-Packard Cameras Edit
- HP 196B oscilloscope camera, 1962
- HP 197A oscilloscope camera , 1965
- HP Photosmart Digital Camera 1997
- HP PhotoSmart 120
- HP PhotoSmart 320
- HP PhotoSmart 435
- HP PhotoSmart 735
- HP PhotoSmart A444
- HP PhotoSmart M22
- HP PhotoSmart M417
- HP PhotoSmart M537
- HP PhotoSmart R507
- HP PhotoSmart R607
- HP Photosmart R707
- HP PhotoSmart R742
- HP PhotoSmart R817
- HP PhotoSmart R927