Ever wonder what a nighttime parade made up of thousands of sparkling lights would look like to a 1996 digital camera?
Neither did I, but let’s find out.
Here’s the Main Street Electrical Parade as seen though the lens of a first-generation digital camera:
I’d share more, but I think you get the idea: It looks bad on a 1996 digital camera.
But, back then, unless you had a good camera and knew how to use it, and a scanner, this was about the only way you’d have seen it other than in person. My Kodak Disc camera photos of the Florida version of the parade in 1982 were even worse.
It’s really sad that this parade was leaving the park forever in 1996, but at least there was something new and shiny to look forward to:
I can’t wait to see what Light Magic looks like through the lens of a first generation digital camera.
Until next time…