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Kodak DCS Pro 14n

alaTest has collected and analyzed 64 reviews of Kodak DCS Pro 14n. The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Digital Compact Cameras for all reviews. People really like the software and lens. The color and image quality also get good views. There are some mixed views about the viewfinder. Some have doubts about the battery and reliability.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Digital Compact Cameras the Kodak DCS Pro 14n is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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Amazon.com review summary for Kodak DCS Pro 14n

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 19 user reviews of Kodak DCS Pro 14n from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other Digital Compact Cameras on Amazon.com. Opinions about the color and image quality are generally positive. The lens and usability are also mentioned favorably, but there are some critical opinions about the portability.

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68% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

Oct, 2019

Expert review by : Les Freed (pcmag.com)

Kodak Camera Delivers 14 Megapixels

 
Jul, 2003

Expert review by : Phil Askey (dpreview.com)

Kodak DCS Pro 14n

 

Kodak announcedthe DCS-14n at Photokinain September 2002, it marked the first Kodak Professional digitalSLR since the DCS 720x in June 2001 (15 months). The DCS-14n generateda lot of interest for several reasons; it has a full frame sensor (nocropping...

Amazing resolution, the highest we've seen so far (takes the crown from the EOS-1Ds) ; Ability to produce very sharp lower resolution images (puts any six megapixel to shame) ; Full frame 35 mm size sensor, offers excellent wide angle shooting ; Good...

High ISO noise levels (especially at slower shutter speeds) ; Intrusive noise reduction (can not be disabled) ; Moiré visible in images with fine detail ; Slow startup time (4.5 seconds is too long for a D-SLR) ; Slow continuous shooting ; Much slower...

The DCS-14n certainly created a stir at Photokina last year, since then it's been a case of 'forever delayed' for this camera, and even now while I review it I still get the feeling that Kodak haven't really finished developing it. Stepping away from...

May, 2003

Expert review by : Phil Askey (dpreview.com)

Kodak DCS-14n Review

 

Kodak announced the DCS-14n at Photokina in September 2002, it marked the first Kodak Professional digital SLR since the DCS 720x in June 2001 (15 months). The DCS-14n generated a lot of interest for several reasons; it has a full frame sensor (no...

Amazing resolution, the highest we've seen so far (takes the crown from the EOS-1Ds) Ability to produce very sharp lower resolution images (puts any six megapixel to shame) Full frame 35 mm size sensor, offers excellent wide angle shooting Good dynamic...

High ISO noise levels (especially at slower shutter speeds) Intrusive noise reduction (can not be disabled) Moiré visible in images with fine detail Slow startup time (4.5 seconds is too long for a D-SLR) Slow continuous shooting Much slower write...

The DCS-14n certainly created a stir at Photokina last year, since then it's been a case of 'forever delayed' for this camera, and even now while I review it I still get the feeling that Kodak haven't really finished developing it. Stepping away from...

May, 2003

Expert review by : Steve's Digicams (steves-digicams.com)

Kodak DCS Pro 14n SLR

 

Go to Page Two DCS Pro 14n Specifications Camera type: Interchangeable lens digital SLR Lens mount: Nikon-F Focal Multiplier: 1.0X (Full-frame) Imager: 36 mm x 24 mm, 12 bit, RGB CMOS 13.85 million Total pixels 13.7 million Effective pixels RAW...

Mar, 2003

Expert review by (imaging-resource.com)

Kodak DCS Pro 14n Digital SLR Digital Camera Review: Intro and Highlights

 

Kodak of course needs no introduction in the field of photography, their name being almost synonymous with photography for much of this century. They were one of the first digital camera makers in the US, and for a long while were the only game in town...

Mar, 2003

Expert review by : By Thom (bythom.com)

Kodak Pro 14n Review

 

Noise . When it's there, it can be bad. If you need high ISO values or long shutter speeds, this isn't your tool., Changing Target . The software never seems to get done, and each little increment means you have to pay attention to the changes and...

Megapixels, baby! You'll be downsizing your output to get 8x10 prints! The Pro 14n had the highest resolution of any DSLR when it was introduced., Full Fram e. Wide angle is back. So are fisheyes. What you learned in framing, focus, and perspective...

Recommended with qualifications ; in bright light with the new software and at the base ISO value, this camera produces state-of-the-art DSLR images. Low-light or high ISO users will be less impressed, but can still produce decent images. Be sure to...

Mar, 2004

Expert review by : Darren (digital photography blog)

Kodak Pro 14n

 

The Kodak Pro 14n is a professional DSLR with a 13.7 megapixel sensor that Kodak hope will compete with Nikon and Canon's great releases. The Kodak Pro 14n comes with both a built in flash and external flash hotshoe. It also comes with two external...

On the down side the camera is quite slow when it comes to shooting in burst mode when compared to other DSLRs and therefore will not suit those wanting to use it for Sports photography

Nov, 2003

Expert review by : Pop Photo (popphoto.com)

Kodak DCS PRO 14n

 

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Oct, 2003

Expert review by (bythom.com)

Kodak 14n Review

 

Megapixels, baby! You'll be downsizing your output to get 8x10 prints! The Pro 14n had the highest resolution of any DSLR when it was introduced ; Full Frame. Wide angle is back. So are fisheyes. What you learned in framing, focus, and perspective with...

Noise. When it's there, it can be bad. If you need high ISO values or long shutter speeds, this isn't your tool ; Changing Target. The software never seems to get done, and each little increment means you have to pay attention to the changes and...

Expert review by (luminous-landscape.com)

Kodak DCS 14nInitial Impressions Part One - Image QualityHow It Started - Friday, March 21, 2003Brian: Hi Mike, how are you

 

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