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6 ISO ...

The originality of the ISO 6 to 50 of the Kodak DCS Pro 14n, which allows us to take long exposure without having to use ND filters

Comparison of two cameras with 24x36 sensors, first generation.
The Kodak DCS Pro 14n (2003) and Nikon D3S (2009)

For all photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/maoby/albums/72157719633865833

Kodak DCS Pro 14n (2003)
13.9 MP 24x36 sensor (4536 x 3024)
The first Kodak 24x36 Digital
Price $ 4,000 USD
Photos taken with the Nikkor AF 50mm f / 1.8
and the nikkor AF-S VR 24-120mm f / 4 G ED N
(with a multiplication factor of 1.0) FF
80-400 (800) ISO
* Upgraded (Kodak Professional DCS Pro 14nx) for $ 1800 USD (4500 x 3000)
160-1600 ISO… & special (6-50 ISO)


Nikon D3S (2009)
12.1 MP 24x36 sensor (4256 x 2832)
Price: $ 5,200 USD
Photos taken with the Nikkor AF-S 50mm f / 1.8 G
and the nikkor AF-S VR 24-120mm f / 4 G ED N
(with a multiplication factor of 1.0) FF
200-12800 (100-102400) H3 ISO

N°13 Kodak DCS Pro 14n (6 ISO)

N°13 Nikon D3S (200 ISO)+Filtre 1000


And also a comparison of high ISO: https://www.flickr.com/photos/maoby/albums/72157719633865833/with/51356990538/

Kodak Pro DCS-14n (1600 ISO) 100% / Nikon D3S (1600 ISO) 100%

 Maoby's gear list:Maoby's gear list
Olympus E-10 Fujifilm FinePix X100 Canon EOS-1D Canon EOS-1D Mark II N Canon EOS-1Ds +75 more
Nikon D3S Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H3
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