Kodak DCS Pro SLR/n

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In 2004 Kodak and Nikon together presented the DSLR Kodak DCS Pro/n, based on the autofocus SLR Nikon F80. Bayonet, AF and SLR technology were from Nikon, the sensor and the image-processor from Kodak. Special feature of the F80-based DSLRs for Kodak's DCS series of digitalized autofocus-SLR bastards was that they belonged to the earliest digital system cameras with 24×36mm sensor, what meant the same frame format as that of traditional common cameras for 35mm film.