List of digital camera brands

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This is a list of digital camera brands past and present. With some of the brands, the name is licensed from another company, or acquired after the bankruptcy of an older photographic equipment company. The actual manufacture of a camera model is performed by a different company in many cases. In many cases brands are limited to certain countries. Not all brands of devices that can take digital images are listed here, including many industrial digital camera brands, some webcam brands, brands of cell phones that feature cameras, and brands of video cameras that can take digital stills. Defunct brands are listed separately.

Active consumer camera brands[edit]

As of February 2015, these brands offer some combination of compact digital cameras, bridge camera, digital single-lens reflex cameras (DSLRs), and mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras (MILCs):

Other active brands[edit]

These brands offer only non-camera digital imaging devices, or non-consumer digital cameras:

Defunct brands[edit]

These brands no longer produce digital imaging products:

  • Acer - compact digital cameras
  • Chinon - one early digital camera
  • Concord - compact digital cameras
  • Cool-iCam - compact digital cameras
  • Contax - produced one DSLR, several high quality SLR and galileian viewfinder models and two compact digital cameras
  • CyberPix
  • Gateway - compact digital cameras
  • HP Photosmart - compact digital cameras; left market in November 2007[1]
  • Imacon - digital camera backs; purchased by Hasselblad
  • Intel - produced one compact digital camera
  • Kodak - EasyShare compact digital cameras; previously offered DSLRs and digital camera backs; left market in February 2012[2]
  • Konica - compact digital cameras
  • Konica Minolta - compact digital cameras and DSLRs; assets relating to digital imaging were transferred to Sony in 2006
  • Largan - compact digital cameras
  • LG - compact digital cameras
  • Minolta - compact digital cameras and two unique DSLRs, acquired by Sony in early 21st century
  • Maxell - compact digital cameras
  • Microtek - compact digital cameras
  • Nintendo - Game Boy Camera - no longer offers digital camera accessory
  • Nytech - compact digital cameras
  • Sanyo - compact digital cameras
  • SiPix - compact digital cameras
  • UMAX - compact digital cameras
  • Yakumo - compact digital cameras

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