Summary: I purchased the Kodak Pro SLR/N a good number of years ago. It is the successor to the featured Kodak DCS-14N. Since then, I have purchased five different Nikons to replace the work performed by the camera in my studio. Most notably, I recently purchased a Nikon D800 and a Nikon D800E.
Summary: We owned the DCS-760 in our pro photo lab. The camera was great. Then, kodak came out with the DCS-14n as a replacement. It was a huge mistake. The DCS-14n's sensor is simply of lower quality, shadows sometimes come out magenta. There is also a flare issue.
Summary: How can anyone write a reveiw of this camera? No one in the WORLD has been able to use or reveiw it, let alone hold one. Kodak is 6 months behind release date on this camera and still has not shipped one. Lets reveiw it when it finally comes out.
Summary: The perfect digital camera ever made with over 13 mega pixels, this is the best and the only camera that any professional photographer should have.Very easy to use, much lighter than previous DCR-760 and much cheaper (about $... without lens).
Summary: We bought this camera, and are shocked over the poor quality, that is not only below a professional camera but even any most primitive digital camera on the market. This camera is not able to take one in-focus picture,(!
Summary: Having owned one of these cameras for many years i can say it is unbeatable unless you want to spend £2000 or more on a camera. In the studio on on the move its picture quality is fantastic, its only failing is in low light, but then this was designed as a professional studio camera.
Excerpt: So what would you do with a 14 megapixel super duper camera. Well not shoot photos of your family at christmas, this very expensive, but good value for money piece of kit, has got to be a pro photographers dream!!!