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) if manufactured after 1994. The detachable Nikon film back is replaced by a special digital back from Kodak. The sensor is still based on the M5 from the previous DCS200 models. Previous monochrome and IR models were also offered along with GPS and colour IR variations. The Associate Press news agency also had a model developed called NC2000. It uses PC Card (PCMCIA) for removable storage instead of the 2.5" hard drives.

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 DCS 460cir
Body Nikon N90 or Nikon N90S for cameras made after 1994 Nikon N90s
Format Colour B&W IR Colour IR Colour B&W IR Colour 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 removable PC card (PCMCIA-ATA type III)
Interface SCSI