Kodak DCS 720x

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The DCS 720x is a DSLR camera based upon the body of a Nikon F5 35mm film camera and built by Kodak in 2001.

It uses a 2 megapixel sensor which produces images of 1152x1728. Images are in DCR format, but jpeg and TIFF formats can also be produced. Is capable of using 400 - 4000 ISO sensitivity, and captured at up to 4.3 fps (25 images). Images are stored on PC Cards, Firewire is used for connectivity. There is a option of connecting a GPS unit.