Kodak DCS420

Announced Mar 1, 1994 •
2 megapixels
CSImagery
 
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It's amazing how technoligy has advance. I have not owned or seen one of these cameras. (hope you don't get mad at me) I just found it amazing how great cameras have gotten, I was born 12 months after this came out. Would also like to add how it's amazing how Kodak still hasn't gone out of business. There cameras are pathetic! Problems: old...Good for it's time I guess

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Ashley Pomeroy
 
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I owned one of these for a month or two towards the end of 2009. I paid £25 for it, and bought it to compare with my six megapixel DCS 460, which was the high-resolution twin of the DCS 420. I managed to wrestle some good images out of the DCS 460, but the DCS 420 was clearly not ready for prime time for reasons I will explain in the next section. Kodak also released a press model, the N2000, which had a more normal cropping factor (1.5x rather than the whopping 2.6x of the DCS 420), a ...

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Wojciech Sawicki
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First of all, this is a camera that requires at least an average IQ... There's a lot of hassle to get it working on a modern Win-XP system - the installation of ForceASPI, the installation of a SCSI controller and finding XP drivers for it, and finally, downloading XP drivers for the camera itself. Someone who can't cope with this process will be disappointed, but once you get it done and it comes to life, this is a MAGNIFICENT camera. Resolution and image quality-wise it doesn't differ that ...

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Jean Walstock
 
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I'm just buy this camera but it doesn't work because i can't find the driver for it. Problems: Can some body help me to find the driver for win 98 ??? my adres is : j.walstock@wxs.nl Already thanks for response me !

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911harley
 
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Brought one home for $650 with a AF 28mm (wide angel lens) great value for the $, the only thing you have to know how to use PhotoShop or you are in troubles, this Camera only records the imgaes in RAW tiff formats. Problems: the batteries are so old that they won't hold the charge, kodak does not sell them anymore, so I used a quantum 5+ externally, no biggy. had a little poblems getting drivers for Windows XP, but ended up writing them, will post them on the site when they are complete...

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Unknown user 61531
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I bought this camera for $500 from a friend, well, not a friend of mine anymore. I thought that this would be worth it, but i brought it home and it just sucked...then I got online and realized that the cameras VERY old...how could of I been suckered into buying it! AH!!! Problems: Everything

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