Rob Galbraith reviews the Kodak DCS-14n
Apr 15, 2003 at 07:09 GMT
Rob Galbraith has today posted his review of Kodak's DSC-14n digital SLR. The 14n certainly caused quite a stir at Photokina last September when it stepped up to the start line with a fourteen megapixel CMOS sensor. Since then has been fraught by delays which have left people wondering if the camera would ever make it into buyers hands. About the 14n Rob has this to say, "...until the 14n can produce vibrant, pleasing, printable colour in a variety of shooting situations, and until noise processing is less harmful to detail in low contrast areas, this is not a camera we would be prepared to shoot with to get our work done. Even at the low ISO settings this camera will be best used at."
Phil: We have only recently received a full production DCS-14n and I am currently in the processing of writing my review of it, I also will be comparing it to Canon's EOS-1Ds.