Kodak DCS 100

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The Kodak DCS 100 was the first (1991) digital SLR back, developed and made by Kodak. It is attachable to a regular Nikon F3 35mm SLR body. It is tethered to a separate data storage unit which could record 1.3 megapixel images. The system was originally just called DCS, but the designation DCS 100 distinguishes it from the self-contained Kodak DCS 200 introduced in 1992. The sensor format was smaller than the APS-C format of which later dominated the DSLR market in the milleniums first decade 2000-2009.