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 Post subject: Nikon DCS760
PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2007 4:44 am 
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On the NASA channel i heard the dude say that the man had a Nikon DCS760, and i searched it on the net, and it said Kodak and Nikon, and can you tell me the price and the megapixel.

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Hi Kriss, that's a pretty old DSLR - back from 2001 as I recall!

(hmm, nice coincidence that, speaking of NASA and all...)

It was a collaboration between Nikon and Kodak using a modifed Nikon F5 body. It was only 6 mpixels, with a 1.3x crop factor, compared to the 1.5x factor of today's Nikon DSLRs.

The big difference though was price. As I recall, this camera cost about $8000 USD. So it makes the 6 mpixel D40 look like pretty good value!

I bet you can get them on ebay... (although DX lesnes won't work with its slightly bigger sensor)

Here's the page from Kodak

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