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DP Review
4 October 2013
  • Excerpt: For this review Kodak Singapore were good enough to loan me the following equipment for a short period (thanks again to Steve Seah of Kodak Singapore): Note: because of the size difference between 35mm film and the CCD in the camera you have to multiply the focal length of a lens by a "focal length multiplier", in the case of the 620 this is 1.6 (focal length multipliers are listed on the comparison engine for all pro SLR cameras).
  • Pros: Kodak do it again, the new Professional Digital Camera standard, Ultimate image quality, high resolution, colour and gray balance, Improved blue channel response, Very fast and responsive in use, Ergonimical design and controls layout, The flexibility, robustness and control the F5 brings, Advanced feature set, Custom white balance, Shooting modes: Program / Aperture priority / Shutter priority / Full manual / Bulb, 24Mb internal buffer, True SLR digital, 3.5fps Burst...
  • Cons: Shame we lost the 520's thumbwheel, For anyone not used to it all the locks can be awkward, Could do with being about 0.5Kg lighter, Could do with being about 150mm shorter, Could do with being about $5,000 cheaper ;-)
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