Here's the problem... All of the film versions of Estes' camera rockets used in house engineering and manufacture (save for the lenses, and the motor (and switch) for the Cineroc (those were sourced externally, but easily available)). The digital cameras (the AstroVision and Oracle rockets) used 3rd party camera systems that weren't so easily available, nor produced by Estes. I don't think that they sold particularly well, and due to the difficulties in updating the software, Estes dropped them. Now, with keychain cameras as readily available as they are, Estes would have to buy an awful lot of them and mark the cost up to make it profitable. However, under the previous leadership of Estes, this was too much for them to bear. Will we see a 3rd digital camera from Estes someday? I'd like to think so. But I'm not going to hold my breath.