Kodak DCS 560

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The Kodak DCS 560 is digital SLR released by Kodak. It is based on the body of a 35mm film camera, the Canon EOS-1, but with a digital back. It was also sold as a Canon EOS D6000. It uses a 6 megapixel 18.4 x 27.6mm CCD sensor that produces images of 3040 x 2008 pixels in TIFF format. For removable storage it uses two PCMCIA cards. Firewire is used for connectivity. It uses a rechargeable Ni-Cd battery that last for approx 100 shots.