Way back in December 2008 I wrote an article about the Canon D2000, a rebadged version of the Kodak DCS 520, an early modern digital SLR aimed at the professional market. In most respects it is nowadays completely obsolete, but it has a number of odd features that set it apart from subsequent cameras. Such as Pong, the bat-and-ball game, which is included as a menu option. In December 2008 I did not have the technology to show you this properly. Things have changed:
I had Carmen Miranda in the room with me, shaking her bananas, which was very distracting. Singing something about a fish and an oily kind of sofa.
The camera is actually a DCS 560, which has the same body and almost the same firmware, but a larger, higher-resolution sensor. Here is the same camera struggling to average 0.5 frames a second (although, in its favour, it feels much quicker in operation):