Macworld has a visual history of digital cameras, and I remember most of them - though not the first one!
If I was putting together a list, I would add at least a couple more; while the Canon EOS D30 was significant, it was the Canon EOS 10D that was the first DSLR to drop below the $2,000 price point; in fact it dropped below $1,500 (and was also the first digital DSLR I bought!)
And an important development that they overlooked was the arrival of video on DSLR's with the Canon 5D and Nikon D90.
Macworld: Looking back at 35 years of the digital camera
At the Prep Shoot Post blog, Eric Escobar talks about his experiences with the Arri Alexa, and also bashes the flood of camera demo reels set to emo-y guitar music on Vimeo
Prep Shoot Post: THE CINEMATIC SOUL OF THE ARRI ALEXA AND HOW IT WILL END CAMERA TEST VIDEOS ON VIMEO
The visual effects behind “V”
A short piece about the creation of visual effects for this ABC series.
idesignyoureyes: The visual effects behind “V”
The Shot You Can Make
Stu Maschwitz has put together an interesting article about how different sensors/focal length lenses effect the image a camera produces. Rather than go out and shoot the same scene using these different combinations, he's created a simulation image in Adobe After Effects that he has then used to reconstruct how the same scene would look using different camera/lens combinations.
ProLost: The Shot You Can Make
DSLR Equipment List
Filmmaker and DP Friedhelm Fischer has put together a visual list of the equipment he uses for DSLR filmaking.
friedhelm-fischer.de: Equipment for dslr-filming