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Old Mar 4, 2008, 2:37 PM   #1
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According to the online manual: CCD - 1/1.63 type (4:3 aspect ratio)

http://www.kodak.com/... ...00830toc.jhtml?chapsec=urg00830c8s1&pq-path=12686
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Interesting. That's a new size for Kodak as far as I can tell.
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Old Mar 4, 2008, 5:36 PM   #3
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Interesting. That's a new size for Kodak as far as I can tell.
Yes. And the largest in any Kodak consumer cam. Z1275 pics look good with the 1/1.72 sensor so this I want to see some pics from.
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Yes. And the largest in any Kodak consumer cam. Z1275 pics look good with the 1/1.72 sensor so this I want to see some pics from.
With the size of the sensor and since they restrained themselves to 10MP it might have useable high ISO capability for a compact P&S.
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With the size of the sensor and since they restained themselves to 10MP it might have useable high ISO capability for a compact P&S.
I hope so but am doubting the 8000 ISO will be good for much else than night vision. :-)
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I hope so but am doubting the 8000 ISO will be good for much else than night vision. :-)
Actually I'd be happy with ISO 800 as good as the current 1/2.5 ISO 200 and ISO 1600 as good as the 1/2.5 ISO 400 but that mightbe expecting too much. Stillreal improvements at 800 and 1600 would be welcome.
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Old Apr 12, 2008, 10:51 PM   #7
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AC & domang-

I am asking for a little help, please. I am attempting to get things moving, once again,in the Kodak Folder. Thanks! I hope you are enjoying a great weekend!

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Sarah:

I agree. It's been almost as quiet at DPReview. In the last three days there have been several threads on jpg compression. I did some statistical analysis on file sizes for standard and fine compression. I'll post that in a new thread here plus some test shot at the three levels of compression on the Z612.

By the way I have never seen a series of samples done byone person with so many different camerasas you posted in another reply and to have all so good. A realshow of excellence. Thanks.

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Thank you very much, AC-

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