13.89 million total pixel image sensor Full 35 mm frame CMOS sensor (24 mm x 36 mm) Selectable image size— 4500 x 3000 (13.5 million recorded pixels) 3000 x 2000 (6.1 million recorded pixels) 2250 x 1500 (3.4 million recorded pixels) 1125 x 750 (0.8 million pixels) Selectable ISO from 80 to 800 in 1/3-stop increments Resolution ISO Range 100% (~13.5 million recorded pixels) 80 - 400 67% (~6.1 million recorded pixels) 80 - 800 50% (~3.4 million recorded pixels) 80 - 800
Burst rate—1.7 frames/second Burst depth—7 images (full-resolution DCR mode) LCD user interface Magnesium-alloy enhanced camera body and SLR functionality NIKON F-mount DTTL-enabled hotshoe and pop-up flash PC connector for external flash sync 10-pin remote trigger port Vertical shutter release Orientation sensor (detects camera orientation +/- 90 degrees from horizontal, rotated about optical axis) Custom Li-Ion battery ~400 shots per battery charge 12-bit dynamic range Composite-video out—NTSC or PAL Single channel audio
out of 5
Had kodak pro 14n for over two years now. No problems at all. I cant put it down. Great images, color saturation and ability to produce raw and jpeg images on two seperate cards. No problems producing 24x36 blow ups. The only camera I will ever need. I have the nikon f mount which are available from all the major lens manufactuers.
11/23/2007 6:31:21 AM
member since: 10/19/2006
out of 5
I like the camera for all work, but I'm just getting started and there are too many things I have to pay attention to.