Kodak DCS Pro SLR/c

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Kodak Professional DCS Pro SLR/c
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Type Single-lens reflex
Sensor FillFactory 135 format full-frame CMOS 13.8mp
Maximum resolution 4500 × 3000 (13.5 million)
Lens Interchangeable (Canon EF mount)
Viewfinder Optical TTL pentaprism
Storage CompactFlash (Type I or Type II), SD / MMC

The Kodak Professional DCS Pro SLR/c is a 13.5 megapixel digital SLR camera produced by Eastman Kodak. Unlike most DSLRs, it is full frame—it uses an image sensor that is the full size of a 35 mm (36x24 mm) frame. It is compatible with Canon EOS (EF mount) lenses. The camera was launched on March 18, 2004 and incorporates the internal systems of the previous Nikon-compatible SLR/n in a Sigma SA9 SLR body.

Both the SLR/c and the SLR/n were officially discontinued by Kodak on May 31, 2005, although remaining stock would be sold and the cameras would be fully supported through 2008. Kodak cited poor profitability of the sector in its announcement.

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