DCS 100 (unknown)
Apparently, the cost for the original DCS kit was somewhere around $25.000 - $30.000:
'The first true digital SLR, the Kodak DCS 100, had been shown behind closed doors in 1990, having been produced previously as the Hawkeye for unspecified agencies. It was on the open market by 1991 – a Nikon F3 with a CCD system fit within. It wrote to an external hard drive mounted in a case slung from the shoulder. It was slow and cumbersome, heavy for some, but its CCD contained an astounding one million pixels. For that you could pay upwards of $25,000.'
Source: http://www.digitaloutput.net/content/Co ... .asp?P=469
'Shown privately at Photokina ’90 with a price of $30,000.'
'Some trivia: the first digital SLR was a Kodak DCS-100 in 1991 with a 1.3 Mp sensor and $30.000 tag. '