The major digital camera companies have been playing leapfrog with each other for years, and now the camera phone companies have joined in. To play this game, it doesn't matter if a new camera has all the bugs worked out, as long as it has some feature or capability that no other camera has. A few camera examples include the original Minolta Dimage X (In 2002, the first digital camera with a hidden periscopic zoom lens), the Sony MVC-CD1000 (in 2000, the first to record images optically to mini CD-R disk media), Panasonics Lumix DMC-FZ1 (In 2003, the first compact digital camera with built-in image stabilization), and the Kodak EasyShare One (In 2005, the first compact to offer an optional Wi-Fi connection and giant 3-inch LCD). More recently, Kodak pulled off another leapfrog event with its EasyShare V570 (the first camera to feature two CCDs and two lenses, one for a 39-117 zoom, and the other for a 23mm wide angle.) And on the DSLR front, who can forget Canon's groundbreaking digital EOS Rebel (In 2003, the first 6.3MP DSLR priced under $1,000)?