Kodak DCS 400 series

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The Kodak DCS 400 series are DSLR cameras based upon the body of a Nikon N90 (F90) or N90s (F90X). The detachable Nikon film back is replaced by a special digital back from Kodak.

The DCS 460c was introduced in 1995 and uses Kodak's «M6» CCD sensor which measures 28×19mm (1.3× crop). There is only one sensor speed: ISO 80. The sensor provides 3060×2036 pixels (6.2 Mpx). In 1995, the DCS 460 was the highest resolution digital camera available.


DCS 410 DCS 420c DCS 420 GPS-c DCS 420m DCS 420ir DCS 420cir DCS 460c DCS 460m DCS 460ir
Body Nikon N90 or Nikon N90S for cameras made after 1994 Nikon N90s
Format Colour B&W IR Colour IR Colour B&W IR
Sensor 9.2 x 13.8 mm (M5) 18.4 x 27.6 mm (M6)
Crop 2.6x 1.3x
Megapixel 1.5 6.2
Resolution 1524 x 1012 3060 x 2036
ISO 100 100 - 400 200 - 800/1600 80 160
Buffer 1 photo 5 photos 2 photos
Storage removeable PC card (PCMCIA-ATA type III)
Interface SCSI