Kodak intros 16-megapixel pro cameras


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By Dennis Sellers

Kodak Professional has released the DCS Pro Back 645H digital camera back, which is compatible with the new Hasselblad H1 camera system. It features 16-megapixel resolution, an on-board power source, fully featured LCD display and all of the other attributes of the company's 645-format digital camera backs. It's targeted to fashion, portrait and wedding photographers.

More: http://www.digitmag.co.uk/news/display_news.cfm?NewsID=2340
 

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Singapore Dollars $9k plus ... wow !!!
erm, oceanxp where did you get that dollar figure? don't see it anywhere on the article posted. anyway if it's SG$9k, that's considered cheap... if i remember correctly, the previous Kodak digital backs cost like upwards of $20K...
 

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erm, oceanxp where did you get that dollar figure? don't see it anywhere on the article posted. anyway if it's SG$9k, that's considered cheap... if i remember correctly, the previous Kodak digital backs cost like upwards of $20K...
Think he based on the sentence:
"Kodak Professional will also bring its Kodak Professional DCS Pro 14n digital SLR camera to the U.S. market in December. It features the industry's first 35mm-size CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) sensor in an SLR model, boasts 13.89 million total pixels, and provides variable resolution raw files. It will cost around £3,200."

where £1 = S$3 :)
 

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Originally posted by nEkOgOtCh
[BThink he based on the sentence:
"Kodak Professional will also bring its Kodak Professional DCS Pro 14n digital SLR camera to the U.S. market in December. It features the industry's first 35mm-size CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) sensor in an SLR model, boasts 13.89 million total pixels, and provides variable resolution raw files. It will cost around £3,200."

where £1 = S$3 :) [/B]
oohhhh.... i thought he was referring to the DCS Pro Back 645H digital back, which is £8000. that would work out well into $20k...
 

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