A brief info on Kodak DCS-Series Digital Still SLR cameras
Part VII - DCS-700 Series with Nikon F5 body Chassis

 
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KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS 700 Series Digital Still SLR Cameras (2001)

Very simialr to the DCS-600 series, the KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS 700 Series Digital Still SLR Cameras (DCS 760 (2001) & DCS 720x (2002) were an integration of NIKON and Kodak technologies. It provides a rich set of features that allow Nikon users to capture images of the highest quality at the time of its introduction. The camera has been designed and built to meet the needs of demanding professionals, for portrait, fashion, commercial, and advanced military applications.

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The Kodak Professional DCS 760 digital SLR camera uses a Kodak's imager that delivers a true 6-megapixel (3032 x 2008) ITO CCD image quality and it was built based on the unequaled ruggedness and performance of Nikon's flagship F5 pro SLR camera body. The Kodak digital film back for DCS760 is a versatile, high-performance imaging architecture that capable of capturing an ISO range 80-400 (pushable to 2 stops) and from a moderate burst rate at 1.5 frames/sec. for 24 images burst depth, the effective focal length multiplication is 1.3X . As compared to the DCS 660, the major improvement is the ISO, improved from 80-200, Increased burst rate and huge 128 MB buffer that permits up to 24 sequential images shooting; a builtin standard IR Reduction filter (Lithium Niobate Anti-Aliasing filter for DCS 660). Other minor features are Video out: NTSC or PAL and an improved LCD screen.

NOTE: -See Instruction Manuals for respective Models at the bottom of this page.

On the other hand, the variant model,, DCS-720x which was optimized more for fast workflow, aimed directly at Nikon's own D1H has a 2.74 million pixels (1728 x 1152) imager that has an effective focal length multiplication is 1.6X, and it was more optimized for performance in action & low light photography as the DCS 720X, a.DCS 620x successor blends highest ISO with improved In-the-Field functionality. The DCS 720x combines the highest ISO settings (10X) available - 400 to 6400 (calibrated to 4000), with two-stop push for exposures at up to 25600 - with a variety of functional improvements to enhance and simplify even the most critical, high-pressure forms of in-the-field photography. Perhaps the compromise is the resolution it can offer, but DCS 720x offers a faster burst rate - 4.3 fps and a greater burst depth - up to 25 images ! Shutter response speed has been improved so it now rivals that of conventional film cameras.

Both the DCS 760 & 720x, are built on the Nikon F5 platform, retains all the durability, functionality and lens compatibility of that acclaimed single-lens-reflex camera and both models feature Kodak’s improved, proprietary indium tin oxide (ITO) full-frame CCD which Kodak claimed has more transmissive ratio than polysilicon sensors found in many other digital cameras, color filter array (CFA) pattern, and low-noise electronics including a new software noise-reduction filter.

Other features include rapid auto-save-to-laptop feature enables wireless Ethernet connection; on-the-spot exposure accuracy verification via patented on-board histogram; full lightweight cast magnesium alloy body ensures high durability for field use; calibrated color response and TTL auto color balance adjust image color to match light source; 36-bit color (12 bits per channel) for capturing color and detail in shadows and highlights; Intervalometer enables automated capture over timed intervals for remote applications & improved software - DCS Camera Manager, Photo Desk, open Application Programmer Interface (API) lets third-party developers write their own custom software applications. Note: The monochrome format, DCS 760M was only being introduced duirng PMA show, 2002, the camera shoots at 1.5 fps delivers 24 frames in 12bit TIFF (18MB) files

NOTE: -See Instruction Manuals for respective Models at the bottom of this page.

Besides, the color liquid crystal display (LCD) provides improved contrast, increased viewing angle; IEEE 1394 interface provides three images per second across FireWire; Voice annotation to document specific shots and dual PC card storage interface offers storage flexibility (Internal file storage of up to 10GB for 720x). So, with the two models, Kodak offered Nikon photographers with two main criteria in selecting the right imaging tool for their individual needs in either resolution or speed. As both the Kodak offerings were far superior in delivering image resolution as to Nikon's own D1 (1999), this has remained as the tool of choice for Nikon users if they can afford it). However, as both Canon and Fuji has also introduced their respective models in the Canon D30 as well as Fuji's FinePix S1Pro in year 2000, somehow the market place has became quite confusing. Both the Nikon F-mount DCS-700 and Canon EF-mount 500 Series have remained in production until Kodak eventually introduced the current 14 million pixels 4536 x 3024-pixel, 12-bit CMOS imager's KODAK DCS Pro 14N/C in 2003, which has the highest resolution and widest ISO range of any digital SLR on the market today (as at 2004). The DCS-760 has a U.S. list price of $19,995 when it was introduced.

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Features & Highlights:

Image quality:
DCS 760:
6 million pixel imager (2:3 aspect ratio) operating at 80 - 400 ISO
DCS 720x:
2 million pixel imager (2:3 aspect ratio) operating at 400 - 4000 ISO

NOTE: -See Instruction Manuals for respective Models at the bottom of this page.
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IR Filter
Both models contains an IR filter which maintains proper focus, filters out infrared light, and helps protect the imager’s coverglass. You can replace the IR filter with an anti-aliasing filter (available as an accessory). The anti-aliasting filter improves overall image quality and helps reduce aliasing at certain focal distances. The IR or Anti-aliasing filters cause the distance indicator on your lens to show that an object is closer than it actually is. This is particularly true when you use a wide angle lens. The anti-aliasing filter also slightly increases the minimum distance at which you can focus. It does not affect focusing, either manual or automatic.

• White Balance functionality including ability to save White Balance settings
• Calibrated exposure and color
• Vertical shooting controls
• Dynamic Autofocus for moving subjects, and choice of five fixed Single Autofocus areas
• Two autofocus modes: Continuous Servo AF and Single Servo AF
• Large, wide-cross array with five-area autofocus sensor (Multi-CAM1300) system as the standard Nikon F5 body (incorporating three cross-type sensors) covers wider horizontal and vertical ranges in the viewfinder than other systems Image Capture:
• Burst frame rate in CH, CL, and CS Drive modes for 12 images: DCS 760 - 1.5 frames/second, DCS 720x - 4.3 frames/second
• Intervalometer allows you to set your camera to capture a series of images automatically
• Global Positioning System option determines the latitude and longitude of the camera

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The KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS 700 Series Digital Camera offers both Preset and Custom White Balance functionality. There are five Preset options: Auto, Daylight, Tungsten, Fluorescent, and Flash. With Custom White Balance, you can save White Balance settings using your camera or the KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Photo Desk software (Photo Desk) then reuse the settings on subsequently captured images. You can also delete White Balance settings when they are no longer needed

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Image management:
• Dual active slots for PC Cards; • .DCR image files; Ability to recover deleted images; IPTC data in image header
• Lossless compressed 12-bit raw data for processing with included KODAK DCS Photo Desk software (Photo Desk)
• Microphone for recording sound files
• Transmit data using serial port.
• In-Camera Finished Files:
DCS 760: 1.5 frames/second for 24 images burst depth
DCS 720x: 4.3 frames/second for 25 images burst depth

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1. Focus area indicators
2. Exposure level (for waist-level finder DW- 30 or 6x high-magnification finder DW-3i in manual exposure)
3. Reference circle for Center-weighted metering
4. Focus brackets/Spot metering
5. Green Ready light
6. Focus indicators: • indicates a subject is in focus; blinking indicate that autofocus is impossible; and arrows indicate front and rear focus respectively

7. Aperture direct readout
8. Focus area indicators
9. Shutter speed lock indicator
10. Aperture lock indicator
11. Exposure mode
12. Exposure compensation1
3. Metering system
14. Shutter speed
15. Aperture
16. Electronic analog exposure display
17. Exposure compensation
Other features:
• Larger, brighter Image LCD panel where you can perform functions such as setting the date/time, formatting a PC Card, deleting images, displaying a histogram, and specifying camera properties.
• Back Status LCD panel displays camera and digital information (white balance, frame#, remaining frames, battery level, PC Card present, and microphone active).
• 3D Color Matrix Metering & a flexible Center-Weighted Meter

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Technical Specifications:

Lens mount NIKON F mount
Lenses Similar to DCS 600 series
Focus mode Autofocus and Manual with Electronic Rangefinder
AF area mode Single Area AF and Dynamic AF selectable
Autofocus area Five selectable focus areas
Autofocus mode Single Servo AF with Focus-Priority and Continuous Servo AF with Release-Priority
Focus Tracking Automatically activated when subject moves
Autofocus detection system NIKON Multi-CAM1300 autofocus module
Autofocus detection range Approximately EV -1 to EV +19 at ISO 200
Autofocus lock Possible once stationary subject is in focus in Single Servo AF; in Continuous Servo AF, focus can be locked with AE-L/AF-L button
Electronic rangefinder Available in Manual focus mode with AF Nikkor and other AI-type Nikkor lenses with a maximum aperture of f/5.6 or faster
Exposure metering Three built-in exposure meters –3D Color Matrix, Center-Weighted, and Spot
Metering range at ISO 200 with f1.4 lens): EV0 to EV20 in 3D Color Matrix and Center-Weighted, EV2 to EV 20 in Spot
Exposure meter ON/OFF Activated when the Shutter Release button or AF start button is pressed or when other camera controls are operated; turns off after 8 seconds or when the camera is switched Off
Exposure mode Programmed Auto, Shutter-Priority Auto, Aperture-Priority Auto, and Manual
Programmed auto exposure control Camera sets both shutter speed and lens aperture automatically; Flexible Program is possible in increments of 1/3 EV
Shutter-priority auto exposure control Aperture automatically selected to match manually set shutter speed
Aperture-priority auto exposure control: Shutter speed automatically selected to match manually set aperture
Manual exposure control Both aperture and shutter speed are set manually
Exposure compensation With exposure compensation button; ±5 EV range, in 1/3 EV steps
Auto exposure lock By pressing the AE-L/AF-L button while meter is on

Shutter speeds Lithium niobate oscillator-controlled speeds from 1/8800 to 30 sec (in 1/3 stop increments); electromagnetically controlled Bulb setting
Viewfinder NIKON multi-meter finder DP-30 provided as standard for the DCS 760 Camrera (
modified DP-30 for the DCS 720x Camera); fixed eyelevel pentaprism high-eyepoint type; 0.8X magnification with 50mm lens set at infinity; approximately 100% frame coverage; metering system selector, diopter adjustment knob, accessory shoe and eyepiece shutter lever provided; interchangeable with NIKON AE action finder DA-30, 6X high-magnification finder DW-31 and waistlevel finder DW-30 with limited functionality
Eyepoint Approximately 20.5 mm
Eyepiece shutter Provided
Focusing screen NIKON advanced EC-B-type screen; interchangeable with 12 other optional screens
Viewfinder information LCD shows metering system, focus indication, exposure mode, shutter speed, aperture, electronic analog exposure display, exposure compensation value and exposure compensation mark; exposure level indicators, flash ready-light LED, aperture direct-readout, focus indicators and focus area indicators are also shown
Top LCD panel information Shutter speed, aperture, exposure information mode, AF area mode, focus area, Flexible Program mark, exposure compensation mark, exposure compensation value, exposure bracketing mark, and shutter speed/aperture/focus area position lock marks
Back LCD panel information ISO, Flash Sync mode, personal computer connection, auto exposure/ flash exposure bracketing, custom setting, white balance, microphone active, card present, frame number, frames remaining, battery level
LCD panel illumination LCD panel illuminated by rotating power/LCD panel illumination switch
ISO range DCS 760: 80-400 in 1/3 stop increments DCS 720x: 400-4000 in 1/3 stop increments
Frame counter Counts the number of images captured
Burst Frame rate

Shooting Mode DCS 760 DCS 720x
CH (Continuous High) 1.5 fps 4.3 fps
CL (Continuous Low) 1.5 fps 4.3 fps
CS (Continuous Silent) 1.5 fps 4.3 fps

Self-timer Electronically controlled; 10 seconds duration (can be changed to interval from 2 to 60 seconds using custom setting #16)
Depth-of-field Preview button Provides visual verification of depth of field
Reflex mirror Automatic, instant-return type
Accessory shoe Standard ISO-type hot-shoe contact; ready-light contact, monitor contact; mount receptacle for SB-28D/SB-28/SB-27/SB-26/SB-25’s (or other equivalents) Posi-Mount System provided
Flash sync control Slow Sync and Rear-Curtain Sync built-in
Flash synchronization In Programmed Auto or Aperture-Priority Auto, shutter operates from 1/250 to 1/60 second in normal sync, 1/250 to 30 seconds in slow sync; in Shutter-Priority Auto or Manual exposure mode, shutter operates at speed set, or at 1/250 if speed is set between 1/250 and 1/8800 seconds 1/300 TTL High-Speed Sync can be selected using Custom Setting #20 in Shutter-Priority Auto or Manual exposure mode
Flash ready-light Speedlight attached: Lights up in red when NIKON dedicated Speedlight is ready to fire, or blinks to warn of insufficient light for
correct exposure
Power source Single, rechargeable nickel cadmium battery
Battery power confirmation On Back Status LCD panel
External Battery Charger Charges one or two batteries
AC Adapter An alternative power source that allows you to conserve your battery while working indoors.
Dimensions Width: 158 mm, Height: 194 mm, Depth: 88 mm
Weight 1.86 KG. This is the weight of a camera containing a battery and PC Card with no lens attached.

Connecting to Your Computer: There are two ways to access camera images from your computer: • Connect the KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS 700 Series Digital Camera to the computer using an IEEE 1394 connection, then access the images using the KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Camera Manager. • Remove the PC Card from the camera, insert it into a PC Card reader in your computer, then access the images using the DCS Host software. Connecting a Device to the Serial Port: You can connect a variety of devices to your camera’s serial port using a serial cable (available from your dealer of KODAK products). Devices used to transmit text strings must be RS-232 compliant.

Note: Recommendations for Flash Photography The following settings are recommended when you use flash photography.: • For better quality images with a greater choice of f-stops, an ISO setting of 80 is recommended. • A (Aperture-Priority Auto) or P (Programmed Auto) exposure mode is recommended as your camera will automatically choose the appropriate f-stop in these modes. • You can also use S (Shutter-Priority Auto) or M (Manual) exposure mode, but be careful that your camera does not go beyond the usable f-stops in dark lighting conditions. TTL flash is NOT recommended with your camera. Be aware that some flash units default to TTL, and you will need to change the mode. While a variety of flash modes are available with the SB-28D Speedlight, only Auto Aperture mode is discussed in this Chapter. (Others are discussed in the SB-28 instruction manual.) Auto Aperture mode has been developed specifically for your camera. Auto Aperture mode automatically controls flash output to achieve correct exposure for both the subject and background. When you use Auto or Manual Exposure modes, your camera automatically adjusts shutter speed and aperture size according to scene brightness in ambient light. The SB-28D Speedlight adjusts the flash output based on the f-stop in use, thus ensuring proper exposure. You should use Auto Aperture mode for flash photography with your camera. TTL auto flash is NOT recommended. Auto Aperture mode works only when you use D-type AF Nikkor lenses, AF Nikkor lenses (except for AF Nikkor for F3AF) or AI-P Nikkor lenses. Slow Sync Making a Dark Background More Visible Without Slow Sync, the automatically controlled shutter speed is controlled between 1/250 second and 1/60 second. When flash pictures are taken with this rather narrow shutter speed range in dim light, the subject appears bright and well exposed, but the background may appear very dark, almost black. Setting Slow Sync extends the automatic controlled shutter speed range down to 30 seconds, enabling background details to stand out. Rear Curtain Sync Creating a Natural-looking Stream of Light Normally in flash synchronization, the Speedlight fires at the beginning of the exposure. When the shutter speed is slow, the result is a streaking light pattern in front of the subject. When Rear-Curtain Sync is set, the Speedlight fires at the end of the exposure, turning available light into a stream of light that follows the flash-illuminated moving subject. Since Rear-Curtain Sync is especially effective at a slow shutter speed, Slow Sync is automatically set at the same time that Rear-Curtain Sync is set in Programmed Auto or Aperture-Priority Auto Exposure mode. To set a specific shutter speed, set your camera to Manual Exposure mode. Manual Exposure mode (M) is recommended with Rear-Curtain Sync. Aperture-Priority (A) or Programmed (P) Auto Exposure modes can also be used. In these modes, the camera automatically chooses the proper f-stop and shutter speed. Confirm the shutter speed. If it is too slow, use Manual (M) Exposure mode. Shutter-Priority Auto (S) Exposure mode is not recommended because the f-stop goes out of range for Auto Aperture mode in dark scene conditions. The range of f-stops for your camera in Auto Aperture mode is: ISO 80: F/2 to F/32 ISO 200: F/2.8 to F/45 ISO 400: F/4 to F/64 ISO 880: F/5.6 to F/64 ISO 1600: F/8 to F/64 Minus exposure compensation is not possible in Zone A. Exposure compensation exceeding -1EV is not possible in Zone B. Exposure compensation exceeding -2EV is not possible in Zone C. Plus Exposure compensation is not possible in Zone D. Exposure compensation from - 3EV to +1EV is possible in other zones.

Name Plate The Name Plate property, accessible by the KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Camera Manager, allows you to enter text that appears in certain screens on your camera. The Name Plate is useful for personalizing your camera, for example, “This camera belongs to XXXXX”. The text appears in the following screens on the camera’s Image LCD: • No images in folder • No images in memory • No card in camera

Dual Slots for PC Cards Your camera has two PC Card slots. With Type II PC Cards, you can use one or both slots. With Type III PC Cards, only one slot can be used. The card in the slot closest to the camera back is referred to as CARD1, and the card in the slot closest to the camera front is referred to as CARD2. With one card, you can insert a PC Card in either slot. With two cards, the first card inserted will be the active card. When you capture or delete images, they will be saved to or deleted from the active card.

3D Color Matrix Metering With D-type AF Nikkor lenses (including AF-I or AF-S Nikkor), 3D Color Matrix metering is automatically activated. 3D Color Matrix Metering uses various types of data: scene brightness, scene contrast, focused subject’s distance (distance information) and color distribution of the entire frame. Data on scene brightness, contrast and color distribution is detected by the camera’s 1,005-pixel Matrix Sensor, while data on the focused subject’s distance is detected and relayed by the D-type AF Nikkor lens. Information on whether the main subject is centered is also detected. By analyzing this data, your camera is able to provide correct exposure even in extremely complex lighting situations.

Associating Sound Files With Images You can attach a sound file to the current image, either immediately after you capture it, or later when you review it. If you delete the image using camera controls, or copy or delete it using the KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Photo Desk software, the sound file will also be copied or deleted. If you copy or delete images without using the DCS Host software, you must also copy or delete the sound (.WAV) files.

Lens Type   Procedure
Lens without a CPU (AI-type lens)   F-- blinks instead of the aperture value in
the Top Status LCD and viewfinder.
Set the aperture manually with the lens
aperture ring.
Lenses having fixed aperture, such as a Reflex-Nikkor lenses   Aperture cannot be changed. Adjust
exposure by changing the shutter speed.
Lenses without an auto diaphragm such as a PC-Nikkor lens   Lens is stopped down when a smaller
aperture (larger f-stop) is selected. Focus
manually with the lens at the maximum
aperture.

CAUTION: Only use lenses that are compatible (refer to the DCS-600 series). Other lenses can potentially break your camera’s IR filter Some work with the camera’s IR or anti-aliasing filter in place, some work without it, and some work in either situation. (Use the table below as a reference.) Kodak advises users shouldn't use non-AI or modified AI lenses with the DCS camera.

Compatible Viewfinders   Number
Multi-meter finder   DCS 760: Standard DP-30
DCS 720x: Modified DP-30
Action finder0   DA-30
Waist-level finder   DW-30
High-magnification finder   DW-31

NOTE: -See Instruction Manuals for respective Models at the bottom of this page.

Remote Control Accessories
Code Name Compatibility Notes Adapter
MC-20 Remote cord Yes    
MC-21 Extension cord Yes    
MC-22 Remote cord with
banana terminal
Yes    
MC-23 Connecting cord for
simultaneous shutter
release
No Necessary signal not
provided from 10 pin
terminal
 
MC-30 Remote cord Yes    
MC-33 Personal computer
connecting cord
(Windows)
No Necessary signal not
provided from 10 pin
terminal
 
MC-34 Personal computer
connecting cord
(Macintosh)
No Necessary signal not
provided from 10 pin
terminal
 
MT-1 Intervalometer No Switch 1 does not
provide proper signal
 
MT-2 Intervalometer Yes Pulse duration should
be set to over 0.2 sec.
MC-25
MW-1 Radio control unit No Switch 1 does not
provide proper signal
 
MW-2 Radio control unit Yes AF-switch should be set
to AF-On
MC-25
ML-1 Modulite remote
control set
No Switch 1 does not
provide proper signal
 
ML-2 Modulite remote
control set
Yes   MC-25
ML-3 Modulite remote
control set
Yes    
AC-1WE Computer link
software package
(for Windows)
Out of use Necessary signal does
not provide from 10 pin
terminal
 
AC-1ME Computer link
software package
(for Apple)
Out of use Necessary signal does
not provide from 10 pin
terminal
 
MF-27 Data back Out of use Cannot attach  
MF-28 Multi-control back Out of use Cannot attach  

Highly recommdended web links (External):
History of Kodak Cameras

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for Kodak DCS 760 in PDF format

Basic Manual (14.0 MB) |
for Kodak DCS 660 in PDF format

Basic Manual
(6.2 MB) | Quick Guide (300k) | Visualizer (56k)
for Kodak DCS 620 in PDF format

Basic Manual
(6.2 MB) | Quick Guide (300k) | Visualizer (56k)
for Kodak DCS 620X in PDF format
Basic Manual (6.2 MB) | Quick Guide (300k) | Visualizer (56k)

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http://rick_oleson.tripod.com/index-153.html by: my friend, Rick Oleson
http://www.zi.ku.dk/personal/lhhansen/photo/fmount.htm by: Hansen, Lars Holst
http://www.mir.com.my/rb/photography/hardwares/nikonfmount/lens2.htm
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