Pixelvision: How a Failed ‘80s Fisher-Price Toy Camera Became One of Auteurs’ Favorite ’90s Tools

In 1987, Fisher-Price introduced a lightweight plastic camcorder that recorded video footage to an audio cassette. Fisher-Price marketed the PXL 2000, quickly dubbed “Pixelvision,” as the children’s version of the VHS camcorders that dominated the home-movie market, but that was a miscalculation: It was both too expensive and too temperamental…
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