Kodak DCS 465 (1995)

The Kodak DCS 465 was a DCS 460 with a standard Hasselblad back mount that could be hung on almost any studio camera with the right adapter. A row of connectors supported both
electrical and mechanical trip cameras and studio flash units. The digital back was in the first place intended for Hasselblad 500CM, 503CX, Mamiya RB-67 and RZ-67 medium format cameras. A shot could be made every 8 seconds and resulted in a 18MB file (color) and 6MB file (monochrome). It had a SCSI port, supported PCMCIA ATA cards, had a built-in microphone for vocal annotations in radio quality, an LCD status display and a rechargeable battery unit.

About 200 units were produced in three different versions:

Kodak DCS 465c - color version
Kodak DCS 465ir - infrared version
Kodak DCS 465m - monochrome version

Specifications

  • Brand: Kodak
  • Model: DCS 465
  • First mentioned: 1995
  • Marketed: yes
  • MSRP: $27,500
  • Imager Type: 6.3MP KAF-6300 full-frame CCD
  • Resolution: 3060x2036
  • Internal Storage: 16MB DRAM buffer memory
  • External Storage: PC Card Type II/III
  • Lens: -
  • Shutter: electronic shutter
  • Aperture Range: -
  • LCD screen size: -
  • Size: 159 x 152 x 76mm
  • Weight: 953 gr.
  • Remarks: -

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