Your recent blog post about early digital camera acceptance got me thinking about what could be done back then. Here is an example from 2004.
By 2004, a railfan could buy a good 4 megapixel camera like my Olympus and post a decent quality photo online, but true full-page book-quality digital images were much harder back then because of the lack of pixels.
Ohio Central No. 6325 is westbound nearing Dennison, Ohio, on Aug. 1, 2004. She was in Dennison for Train Fest 2004.
Article and Photograph by Robert Farkas