This is the camera that sparked my interest in photography after my initial interest in 1972 waned.
I bought this Logitech FotoMan Plus in the late spring of 1993, and I never touched film again. It had an f/4.5 65mm equivalent lens with a monochrome sensor fixed at ISO 200. It was able to store about 32 496x360 (179k) images internally before having to connect to the computer to download them for the next "roll". An optical viewfinder was the only point of reference, and there was no review of the shots until they were downloaded. I thought I had died and went to heaven with this $600 jewel.
Taken with the Canon S95 at 35mm equiv. Processed in LR3.6, Topaz Adjust and Nik SEP.