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Kodak DCS760

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The Luminous Landscape
11 August 2008
  • Excerpt: Michael has been very gracious in allowing me to share my experiences with the 760m on his web site. However, in writing this article, I have suddenly found myself in disbelief as I once again describe how Kodak is failing to see through another important technology, which they pioneered.
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DP Review
18 June 2003
  • Conclusion: * Supposed to be coming in new firmware available around September 2001 Kodak have learned their lesson (the hard way), this time well aware of the threat from the D1x and have come up with a camera (clearly based on the 660) which is more than capable of taking it on. You really can't use the DCS 760 and not like it. It's a solid, reliable, fast, high resolution professional tool. Downside...
  • Pros: Superb, balanced horizontal and vertical resolution, Excellent colour, though selectable sRGB and Adobe RGB would be nice, Improved LCD, improved user interface (magnify etc.), Excellent build quality, all metal body, The way it feels in your hand, "solid mass", Instant startup time, very fast operation speed, Huge internal buffer, Excellent Microdrive write speed, Lots of exposure 'headroom' in RAW files, Built around one of the best film SLR's around, the F5, Inbuil...
  • Cons: Large and heavy, No in-camera JPEG / TIFF*, Limited selection of white balance modes, no fine tunable white balance, Maximum flash sync shutter speed of 1/300 sec (compared to D1x), Limited burst frame rate (1.6fps) but does have a good size buffer, Some lenses can not be used with IR filter in place, No ICC profile supplied for the 'Standard' colour space, perhaps implement selectable sRGB?, Reds seem to have a slight hue shift towards orange, Average colour performa...
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Kodak DCS 760 Professional Digital Camera

1 September 2001
  • Excerpt: For serious photographers the holy grail of digital SLR cameras will be the one that produces images as good as those obtained in a high-end camera using 35mm film. Currently, there's little dispute that digital images obtained...
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Kodak DCS 760

9 October 2001
  • Excerpt: Als wahre High-End-Kamera präsentiert sich die Profi-Spiegelreflex-Digitalkamera Kodak DCS 760, die wir jetzt einmal näher unter die Lupe genommen haben. Das herausragende Merkmal ist besonders ihre in der Amateurklasse bisher nicht erhältliche Auflösung von über 6 Millionen Pixeln.
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