Unsung Cameras Of Yesteryear: The Kodak NC2000 (Featuring Rob Galbraith)

5/23/2016 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

TheCameraStoreTV continue their Unsung Cameras Of Yesteryear series with a look at the first large sensor digital camera designed for photojournalism, the Kodak NC2000. See how far DSLRs have come since 1994, and how this camera stacks up to it's major competition at the time, film!

SPECIFICATIONS ( via  digicammuseum.com)

  • Brand:Kodak
  • Model:AP NC2000
  • First mentioned:1994
  • Marketed:yes
  • MSRP:$15,500 - $17,500
  • Imager Type:Kodak M3 1.3MP CCD
  • Resolution:1280x1024
  • Internal Storage:-
  • External Storage:PC Card Type II/III
  • Lens:Nikon F-mount lenses
  • Shutter:30s - 1/8,000s
  • Aperture Range:lens dependent
  • LCD screen size:-
  • Size:208 x 170 x 114mm
  • Weight:1,700 gr.

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Special thanks to Rob Galbraith, Tim Wingate, Mike Drew and Leah Hennel

Read more about the Kodak NC2000 here: www.robgalbraith.com

Shot and edited by Jordan Drake on the Sony FS5

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