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All images © 2001 Kevin Ames
A reticulated giraffe on a private ranch near Lewa, Kenya. Handheld, ⁄500 second at
f/8, ISO 200 (Nikkor 80-200mm f/2.8 D AF-S lens with a Nikon 2X Teleconverter).
eviewing a digital camera requires
more than exploring the features
and operation of the body. You’ve
also got to explore the CCD chip
(the film if you will) and the
software that moves images from the
camera into usable image files for Adobe
Photoshop or other imaging applications.
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The new Kodak Professional DCS 760 integrates the body, chip, and software quite well indeed. The body is a modified 35mm Nikon F5 SLR with all the durability and most of the functions of the original, with a couple of exceptions. Naturally, there is no film drive or rewind motor, and the modified version will not work in through-the-lens (TTL) metering mode with Nikon’s dedicated electronic flashes. The flash that is designed for the DCS 760, Nikon’s SB-28DX, uses camera-to-subject information
uration allows shooting 234 images without downloading. The truly great feature of the two card bays is that one can be removed for downloading without powering down the camera. An icon on the lower LCD flashes when the data is being written to the card. When it is solid, it is safe to remove either card. The DCS 760 offers simple file management that is accessed with the menu button on the back of the camera. The LCD monitor displays the folder names available on both cards. The four-way rocke
capture system. This can be upgradeable with downloads from Kodak’s website, www.kodak.com. There are only three menus that drive the DCS 760, making it quick to learn and easy to use. There is also an optional choice to display an image on an NTSC or PAL television monitor. The manual supplied as a PDF file on a separate CD-ROM deals more with the operation of the Nikon F5 body in all of its modes than it does with the operation of the digital systems. One of the best features of this camera i
Selected thumbnails can be rotated them at once if the computer’s and have their color temperature resources can handle that many). changed in Photo Desk. Aslider con- Almost all of the settings that trols exposure compensation of plus can be changed at the camera can or minus two stops in fifth-stop be made with Camera Manager increments. There is no option for running on a tethered computer. curves or levels adjustment, nor is The camera can be fired and files a histogram available as it is i
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