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Overall 8
Value for money 6
Features 9
Ease of use 6
Picture quality 9
Construction 10

Expert Review

DP Review
4 October 2013
  • Conclusion: Here's my rating of the Kodak DCS620x: (Professional Digital SLR Class) The DCS620x hits the spot Kodak were aiming for. They listened to their users and produced the goods, now the most sensitive Professional digital camera on the market it will almost definitely be seen around the edges of sports arenas and stadiums worldwide.
  • Pros: Class leading sensitivity and low image noise, Huge dynamic range, Good colour response even at very high ISO's, Excellent TWAIN module, Relatively small "digital negatives" in the form of 12-bit RAW TIFF files, Very fast operation, high burst speed (3.5fps), High speed focusing and motion tracking, Support for ultra large PCMCIA Type III devices, Professional familiarity with F5 body, Full support for Nikon lenses / accessories, Robust build and excellent finish qual...
  • Cons: Noise reduction algorithm requires tuning, Over saturation of yellows & greens, slight orange tint to reds, Preference to a rolling thumbwheel (as found on the 520) to the 4-way cursor, Size & Weight, Price
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