Kodak DCS ProSLR/c, December 15, 2012© Copyright Ben Gundy – all rights reserved.
Unfortunately, I am not photographing at the moment so to keep my passion going I got a new toy. I have always wanted a Kodak DCS ProSLR/c digital full frame when they first appeared in March of 2004. This camera has the Canon EF lens mount so I can use all my Canon lenses and, at the time, was the highest mega-pixel Canon digital SLR at 14 million pixels. This Kodak camera is housed in a Sigma custom magnesium produced body which solidifies the whole professional Kodak/Canon package.
Technical specifications are a 14 mega-pixel CMOS sensor, ISO calibrated rating of 6-800, with a non-calibrated ISO extended range 1000 to 1600 using DCS raw files. Not sure if a DCS raw file is any different than a standard Canon raw file but I am sure I will find out. This camera also has a blazing fast (kidding) 1.7 frames per second image capture.
Kodak uses Canon’s great E-TTL flash metering system so you can use your EX flashes with the same great Canon advantage.
I plan to test this Kodak DCS ProSLR/c camera out when I have time and will share the images with you. For more information on this camera, click here.
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