The QuickTake 200 (1997) was, together with its predecessors QT100 (1994) and QT150 (1995), among the first digital cameras
for the consumer market. It could produce images of 640*480 pixels in 24 bits color.
The QT200 works with 5 Volt SmartMedia memory cards. The CameraMate card reader shown below is suitable for this voltage (it can also read the later SmartMedia 3.3 Volt cards).
The camera was donated by Andrew Zamler-Carhart from Paris.