Kodak DCS Pro 14n

Announced Sep 23, 2002 •
14 megapixels | 2 screen | Full frame sensor
HenkL
 
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If you're interested in shooting perfect pictures with enough light.. there is nothing on the market for this price (does roundabout 1200 dollars on ebay) which delivers this quality pictures even now in 2007. However it needs processing to get a handle on things, if you have enough light, with a good lens (non DX that is). Otherwise it will produce mediocre (or less) results. Post processing is a must to get the most of it.This makes it hard to use and makes it only really usable for ...

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I have been using the Kodak 14n since June of 2003. This camera is great for outdoor use when using the ISO of 80 up to ISO 160. Any ISO above ISO 400 grain city and even photoshop can't help you out. Problems: A lot of grain above the ISO of 400. If used indoors and in poor lighting as doing weddings. Be careful and test your shoots before the wedding. If possible ask someone at the church to turn all the lights on full power you will need it.

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andrea buso
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Probably the best color and tonal range of any DSRL in the market as may 2005. Image detail at lower iso, it is second only to 1ds mark2. Usable autofocus. Great buffer with 512mb memory, up to 20 frames. Problems: This camera can be confortably used only below 200iso. It can be used up to 400iso in fairly good light and having good care for exposure.

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Ordell
 
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Great camera. Dual memerory card feature, save jpegs to cf card and raw files to sd card. Lens selection is affordable thanks to numerous companies offering the nikon af d mount on their lenses. Bought mine form cdw at under 2400.00 with all supplied items listed including usa warranty, battery, charger, cables etc.. Your wait for a professional digital camera under 2500 dollars is over. Problems: No problems, and want to point out that kodak support personal answers emails quickly...

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This is not a D70, and it's not aimed at people who were inept at taking pictures with film. This is a hardcore digital camera that is probably the world's best calibrated for ISO sensitivity and color rendition. And if you want a full-frame Nikon-mount digital. Kodak is the only game in town. It's about as hard to learn to use as one of the more exotic medium format film cameras, but once you learn how to use it, it produces spectacular results. If you don't have discipline in shooting, ...

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the only two things i want to add, cause everything is said by other users is.... that you have to select carefull your lenses. many will not work, but you will find finally some which are fine for the 14n. the noise problems have two faces in my opinion. 1. as other stating no problem till 160iso and with iso 6-25. 2. the higher isos are fine if you just use the camera with 6mp raw resolution. this reduce the noise about more than the half. i measured the noise level with noise ninja, in ...

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This is the king of the DSLR world after the latest firmware upgrades (Now 4.5.5) But you must do your recearch to learn how to use it, steep learning curve....!!

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You'll be very happy with this camera if you place it in an environment where it will excel. I don't do photojournalism or editorial work with this camera unless there is a ton of light around. Camp out at 80 ISO and you'll be happy with the results but make sure that your shadow areas are within the bounderies of the chip's performance arena. The detail in the files is outstanding. Nothing competes with it for price and quality just yet. My clients have been very happy with the results ...

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dimitris
 
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too much noise even at low iso, this camera needs a lot of improvements to be a professional camera ,the best results is in studio using studio flash but even then there is a lot of moire in all the pictures , for outdoor photography and night shootings 14n is not recomended.

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