Kodak DC50 Zoom

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The DC50 is a early digital camera released by Kodak in 1996. Although marketed by Kodak, the camera was made by Chinon and was available as an OEM-model. Therefore the same camera was available as under the following brands: Dycam Model 10-C and Chinon ES-3000.

The front of the camera has a sliding viewfinder cover that also operates as the power switch. The camera does go to sleep if inactive for 1, 2 or 4 minutes depending on settings. The LCD panel on the back displays information such as auto focus point, exposure compensation, flash (auto, on, off), picture quality, self-timer, erase status, card status, copy status, exposure counter, exposure remaining, and battery level.


  • Type: Digital compact camera
  • Manufacturer: Kodak
  • Year of launch: 1996
  • Sensor: 756×504 pixel 24bit color CCD
  • Lens: 7 to 21 mm zoom lens
  • Exposure: programmed automatic exposure with shutter speeds 1/16 to 1/500 sec.
  • Focusing: infrared autofocus
  • Flash: built-in, guide number 10.4
  • Display: black & white LCD control panel, almost alike that of compact cameras for film
  • Image memory: PCMCIA-ATA removable memory card Type I and II
  • Interface: RS232C/RS422 serial connector, 115 Kbit/sec.
  • Dimensions: 152×119×64 mm
  • Power: 4 AA batteries or AC power supply
  • Weight: 525 g without batteries