Kodak SCS 2000 (2001)

The Kodak SCS 2000 is anotherone of those mysterious cameras that not surface to often. The analog body was a Nikon F5 and the internal buffer of the digital back was an astonishing 128MB DRAM (the internal memory of the camera itself was another 10GB). The camera could operate with 2x PCMCIA storage cards. As an output to computers the camera had a firewire connector and a color LCD at the back as well as GPS compatibility. The camera could record at 4.3 fps. Apart from that the camera featured everything the Kodak DCS 720x also had.
Jim McGarvey wrote this about the camera:
'The Kodak Digital Science SCS 2000c camera was an FSD-modified, weather-resistant version of the DCS 720x.'
These are the only known images of the Kodak SCS 2000. Credit goes to Spreefurt for this.


  • Brand: Kodak
  • Model: SCS 2000
  • First mentioned: 2001
  • Marketed: unsure
  • MSRP: -
  • Imager Type: Kodak M23 2MP ITO-CCD
  • Resolution: 1152 x 1728
  • Internal Storage: 10GB
  • External Storage: 2x PCMCIA Card Type I / II / III
  • Lens: Nikon F mount lenses
  • Shutter: electronic shutter
  • Aperture Range: lens dependent
  • LCD screen size: -
  • Size: 194 x 158 x 88mm
  • Weight: 1,860 gr.
  • Remarks: -

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