Kodak DCS Pro Slr-N
Kodak DCS Pro Slr-N Digital Camera, size: 13.1 MB
Kodak DCS Pro Slr-N Quick Start Guide
Kodak DCS Pro Slr-N Pocketwizard User's Guide
Kodak DCS Pro Slr-N Lens Optimization Guide
Kodak DCS Pro Slr/n Digital Camera Pocketwizard User's Guide
Its slim, lightweight design makes the charger extremely convenient for travel use and it is one of the most compact battery chargers on the market. The home and car travel rapid charger charges battery in approximately 1 to 2 hours based on the battery capacity. Dimensions: 3.25 x 1.75 x 1.5 inch; Weight: 2.4oz. Please note the charger is not original, it is a replacement made by iTEKIRO. The charger is certified by CE & RoHS.
Part Numbers: Kodak 1236199 AC charger M3, Kodak.1236199.AC.charger.M3
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User reviews and opinions
|MomaKalina||1:18am on Thursday, October 14th, 2010|
|Blew me away ... After being disappointed with the image quality of my Nikon D1X, I purchased a Kodak DCS-Pro SLR/N. Upgraded from a Fuji S2 Pro. Very happy to have the SLR/n. It received a lot of criticisms when it hit the market about a year ago.|
|phil121||9:03am on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010|
|I bought this camera because Kodak said it was committed to upgrading the camera as it had done... With the full chip size, you get full range out of your wide angle lenses.|
|mcm||6:44am on Thursday, August 5th, 2010|
|Blew me away ... After being disappointed with the image quality of my Nikon D1X, I purchased a Kodak DCS-Pro SLR/N. Upgraded from a Fuji S2 Pro. Very happy to have the SLR/n. It received a lot of criticisms when it hit the market about a year ago.|
|Arles||8:05am on Wednesday, July 28th, 2010|
|Still the highest resolution full frame camera that takes the Nikon F-mount At the moment, there are two current full frame Nikon cameras.|
|kenjensen1||1:44am on Monday, June 21st, 2010|
|7 DAYS OUT OF THE BOX I TOOK THIS CAMERA BACK... Color correct, sharp as a tack, versatile RAW format. Shoots JPEG and RAW at the same time. Great for on-line proofs.|
|fbechter||10:18pm on Monday, June 7th, 2010|
|About the only significant thing I can say about this camera is that it can get extremely nice details with adequate light and slow ISO. I recently bought the camera used knowing that I would handle it like a medium format body: often on a tripod, working slowly and methodically.|
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KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Pro SLR/n Digital Camera
Users Guide Lens Optimization Section
Lens Optimization Overview. 5-27 Selecting the Method of Lens Optimization... 5-28 Auto. 5-28 Manual. 5-29 Select a Lens from the User List... 5-29 When you Change Lenses.... 5-30 Maintaining the User List....5-31 Adding Lenses from the Master List... 5-31 Removing Lenses from the User List... 5-33 Saving a List. 5-34 Loading a List. 5-34 Defining New Lenses.... 5-35 Defining New Fixed Lenses.... 5-35 Defining New Zoom Lenses...5-36 Deleting Defined Lenses... 5-37 Editing the Lens Name.... 5-38 Changing the Strength.... 5-40 Determining the Optimum Strength... 5-40 Assigning Optimum Strengths to Lenses in the User List.. 5-41 Resetting to Defaults. 5-42
Configuring your Camera
Some lenses produce a color shift in the corners of images. Your camera has a feature that corrects this color shift to create a more uniform image. There are three methods for controlling the strength of this correction. Method one: Auto(see page 5-28) This method automatically determines the correction strength for each image based on analysis of the image data. This feature works with most lenses and may be the only method you ever need to use. When the camera is in Auto, all of the work is done for you. NOTE: The Auto method is recommended if your images are not showing anomalies. Method two: Manual(see page 5-29) This method allows you to directly input the correction strength. This method is provided for testing, and is not for daily use. Method three: Lens Selection(see page 5-29) This method determines the correction strength by selecting the specific lens you are using. Since the camera cannot uniquely identify every lens attached, you must select the lens from a list. Your camera contains a master list of commonly used, current model lenses from several manufacturers. You can easily add additional lenses to the master list. There is a conveniently accessible user list for the lenses you use most often. The camera can usually automatically identify and select the current lens if it is in the user list. It is easy to maintain this list by adding and removing lenses. The master list includes default correction strengths for each lens. Sometimes these defaults are not ideal. You can adjust the strength for any lens in the master list. If you define new lenses (see page 5-35), you will need to set the strengths for them as well. We recommend that you try the Auto method first and only use the Lens Selection method if you are not satisfied with the results of the automatic optimization.
May 12, 2004
Selecting the Method of Lens Optimization
There are three methods for optimizing your lens:
1. Choose Lens Optimization from the Capture menu.
2. Choose Auto. 3. Press the OK button. NOTE: Auto is the factory default. If you reset defaults, the camera resets to the Auto method.
Manual 1. Choose Lens Optimization from the Capture menu, then choose Manual.
2. Press the right side of the Four-way switch to display the edit boxes. 3. Press the right or left side of the Four-way switch to highlight a box. Press the top or bottom of the Four-way switch to change a value. NOTE: The strength must be between zero and 99. 4. Press the OK button.
Select a Lens from the User List
Once you add a lens to the user list (see page 5-31) or define a new lens (see page 5-35), you can select it. 1. Choose Lens Optimization from the Capture menu, then choose a lens. 2. Press the OK button. NOTE: Most long lenses require a correction strength of zero. Select the >85mm option for these lenses. This is more convenient than adding all your long lenses to the user list. If you have a long lens that requires a non zero strength, add it to your user list.
When you Change Lenses
If you have selected a lens from the user list and you later change the lens, you should select the new lens before shooting. If you capture an image and the lens does not match your selection, the camera will attempt to automatically select the new lens. The camera will ask you for help if it is uncertain which lens you are using. One of the following events will occur: If there is one possible match in the user list or the master list, that lens is automatically selected. If there are two or more possible matches in the user list or the master list, the list of possible matches appears. If there are no possible matches in the user list or the master list, the camera switches to Auto. NOTE: If you use the wrong lens in Basic mode, the Auto method will be used. With two or more matches: 1. Press the OK button to dismiss the screen.
2. Select a lens and press the OK button.
Maintaining the User List The camera maintains a master list of lenses. You can create your own user
list of frequently used lenses. You can do the following with the user list: Add lenses from the master list (see page 5-31) Remove lenses (see page 5-33) Select lenses (see page 5-29) Save the user list (see page 5-34) Load the user list (see page 5-34) Adding Lenses from the Master List Use this option to move a lens from the master list to the user list. 1. Choose Lens Optimization from the Capture menu, choose Setup, then choose Add Lens.
2. Choose the appropriate lens manufacturer.
3. Choose the lens that is mounted on your camera. NOTE: If your lens does not appear in the master list, add a new fixed (see page 5-35), or a new zoom lens (see page 5-36). 4. Press the OK button.
The lens is moved from the master list to the user list.
Removing Lenses from the User List
Use this option to move a lens from the user list to the master list. 1. Choose Lens Optimization from the Capture menu, choose Setup, then choose Remove Lens.
2. Select the lens to be removed. 3. Press the OK button. The lens is moved from the user list to the master list.
Saving a List
If you have made any changes to a list in the camera, we recommend that you save the list to a memory card. This combines the user list and master list and provides a backup copy. If your camera needs repair and the original list cannot be saved, your backup copy can be loaded. If you use more than one KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Pro SLR/n Digital Camera, you can save time by creating the user list of commonly used lenses on one camera, then loading it into the others.
1. Insert a memory card in the camera. 2. Choose Lens Optimization from the Capture menu, choose Setup, then choose Save List. 3. Press the OK button. The list is saved to the root directory of the memory card as lens.txt. IMPORTANT: Do not edit or rename this file. If you do, it may not work properly in the camera.
Loading a List
Save your current user list to your computer before loading a new one. The new list will be merged with your current list and new lenses or changes not already in the camera will be applied. If you change the strengths for a lens, and there are changes for that lens in the new list, your changes will be overwritten.
1. Insert the memory card containing the list in the camera. 2. Choose Lens Optimization from the Capture menu, choose Setup, then choose Load List. 3. Press the OK button. 4. Press OK in response to the confirmation screen. If a file named lens.txt is in the root directory of the memory card, it is saved to the camera.
Defining New Lenses
If you use a lens that is not in the cameras master list, you can define a new lens and add it to the user list. You can: Define a new fixed lens (see page 5-35) Define a new zoom lens (see page 5-36) Delete a defined lens from the user list (see page 5-37) Edit the name of a defined lens (see page 5-38) 1. Mount the appropriate lens on the camera. 2. Choose Lens Optimization from the Capture menu, choose Setup, then choose New Fixed Lens.
Defining New Fixed Lenses
3. Focus at infinity, then capture one image.
4. Press the OK button. The lens is selected and appears at the top of the user list. 5. Change the strengths for the lens (see page 5-40).
Defining New Zoom Lenses
1. Mount the appropriate lens on the camera. 2. Choose Lens Optimization from the Capture menu, choose Setup, then choose New Zoom Lens.
3. Focus at infinity, set the lens to its shortest focal length, then capture one image.
4. Set the lens to its longest focal length, then capture one image.
5. Press the OK button. The lens is selected and appears at the top of the user list. 6. Change the strengths for the lens (see page 5-40).
Deleting Defined Lenses
Use this option to delete a lens that you defined. 1. Choose Lens Optimization from the Capture menu, choose Setup, then choose Delete Lens. A list of user-defined lenses appears. 2. Select the lens to delete.
3. Press the OK button. The lens is removed from the user or master list, and all information about the lens is deleted from the camera.
Editing the Lens Name
NOTE: This feature is available for lenses that you defined. It is not available for lenses that you added from the master list. In addition to assigning strength values to lenses in the user list, you can add information to help you identify the lens. While you can add any text, we recommend that the first letter be the first letter of the lens manufacturer. Predefined first letters are: CCANON KTOKINA NNIKON QQUANTARAY SSIGMA TTAMRON VVIVITAR Select an appropriate first letter for other lenses. 1. Choose Lens Optimization from the Capture menu, then highlight the lens in the user list.
2. Press the right side of the Four-way switch to display the Strength screen. Choose Edit Name.
3. Enter text. a. To enter a character, press the right or left side of the Four-way switch to highlight the character, then press the OK button. b. To change a character, highlight > or <, then press the OK button to move to the next or previous character in the folder name. c. When finished, highlight and press the OK button.
Changing the Strength
You can change the strength of a lens in the user list two ways: Reset the lens to factory defaults (see page 5-42). (This feature is available only for lenses that were in the master list.) Determine the optimum strengths using Photo Desk, (see page 5-40), then assign the strengths to the camera (see page 5-41). Do the following when you are changing the strengths of a lens in the user list or when you are using the Manual method (see page 5-28): 1. Capture an image of a gray card at normal exposure. (Fill the frame with the gray card.) 2. On your computer, open the image in Photo Desk. If the lens optimization strength is too low, the corners of the image appear green or yellow. If the lens optimization strength is too high, the corners of the image appear blue or magenta. 3. In Photo Desk, use Click Balance at the center of the image. 4. Click Lens Optimization, then adjust the slider to make the corners neutral. The number for the appropriate strength appears. Click OK. 5. Make a note of this number so you can assign it to the lens (see page 5-41). 6. Repeat steps 1 - 5 for all combinations of minimum/maximum focal length, and minimum/maximum aperture. NOTE: Refer to the Help for Photo Desk for more information.
Determining the Optimum Strength
Assigning Optimum Strengths to Lenses in the User List
Once you determine the optimum strengths for a lens in Photo Desk (see page 5-40) and add the lens to the user list, you can assign the strengths to the lens in the user list. If you remove the lens from the user list (see page 5-33), the new values are moved to the master list. You can always reset to the default strengths, if needed (see page 5-42). If you delete the lens (see page 5-37), the changes are not saved in the master list. 1. With the appropriate lens mounted and set to infinity, choose Lens Optimization from the Capture menu, then highlight the lens in the user list.
2. Press the right side of the Four-way switch to display the Strength screen. 3. Select the focal length and aperture.
4. Press the right side of the Four-way switch to display boxes where you can enter the strength determined in Photo Desk. 5. Press the right or left side of the Four-way switch to highlight a box. Press the top or bottom of the Four-way switch to change a value. NOTE: The strength must be between zero and 99. 6. Press the OK button. The assigned strength is applied whenever you capture an image with the lens selected in the user list.
Resetting to Defaults
NOTE: This feature is available for lenses that you added from the master list. It is not available for lenses that you have defined. You can reset strength values for a lens in the user list to the values in the master list. 1. Choose Lens Optimization from the Capture menu, then highlight the lens in the user list.
2. Press the right side of the Four-way switch to display the Strength screen. 3. Choose Reset to Default. 4. Press the OK button.
Using your KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Pro SLR/n, Pro 14n, or Pro 14nx Digital Camera with a POCKETWIZARD Radio Transceiver
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Table of Contents
1 Using your Camera with a POCKETWIZARD Radio Transceiver Overview..... 1-1 Initial Setup...... 1-2 Navigating the Menus..... 1-3 Displaying the POCKETWIZARD Menu.... 1-4 Choosing the POCKETWIZARD Mode.... 1-5 Transmit Mode..... 1-5 Receive Mode.... 1-5 Relay Mode..... 1-5 Setting the Channel..... 1-6 Setting the Zone..... 1-7 Setting the Transmit Zone.... 1-7 Setting the Receive Zone..... 1-7 Test Flash..... 1-8 Test Radio..... 1-9 Strobe Confirmation.... 1-10 SpeedCycler Mode..... 1-11 Teach Channel..... 1-12 Version...... 1-POCKETWIZARD Radio Transceiver Specifications 3 FCC and IC Compliance Information
July 12, 2004
Using your Camera with a POCKETWIZARD Radio Transceiver
The POCKETWIZARD Radio Transceiver is a digital wireless triggering system. The POCKETWIZARD Radio Transceiver installed in your KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Pro SLR/n, DCS Pro 14n, or DCS Pro 14nx Digital Camera is a fully integrated camera component. You can operate the POCKETWIZARD Radio Transceiver with camera controls and camera menu displays. The POCKETWIZARD Radio Transceiver is fully compatible with all other POCKETWIZARD products including the POCKETWIZARD Classic, the POCKETWIZARD Plus, the POCKETWIZARD MAX, and the POCKETWIZARD MultiMAX. The POCKETWIZARD Radio Transceiver operates with other professional photography equipment with POCKETWIZARD Inside such as PROFOTO, DYNA-LITE, and PHOTO CONTROL flash systems, SEKONIC Light Meters, and the NIKON D1 series of digital cameras. Refer to the user manual included with any of your remote POCKETWIZARD devices for additional information.
To use the POCKETWIZARD feature you must prepare the cameras and flash units that you will be using. All devices must be equipped with or connected to a POCKETWIZARD Radio Transceiver. 1. Screw the POCKETWIZARD antenna into the PC Sync terminal of any cameras (with a POCKETWIZARD Radio Transceiver) in your setup.
CAUTION: Do not screw the POCKETWIZARD antenna too tightly. Doing so can damage the antenna. 2. Set the appropriate POCKETWIZARD mode in each transmitting and receiving device (see page 1-5). 3. Set the channel and zones in the transmitting and receiving devices. If a receiving device has no user interface, use the Teach Channel feature on the camera to "teach" it the appropriate values (see page 1-12). If you dont connect the antenna to your camera (or if the antenna is damaged), the following screen appears when you capture an image in POCKETWIZARD mode.
Navigating the Menus
For more information on using menus, see the Users Manual included with your camera.
Menu button Image LCD
Cancel button Four-way switch
Menu buttonPress to display menus on the Image LCD. Image LCDUse tabbed menus to access digital functions. OK buttonPress to confirm a selection. Cancel buttonPress to exit a menu without accepting a change. Four-way switchPress the left or right side to navigate between tabbed menus or to enable or disable a cascaded menu. Press the top or bottom to navigate among menu options.
Displaying the POCKETWIZARD Menu
1. Press the Menu button. 2. If the Capture tab does not appear, press and hold the Menu button and press the left side of the Four-way switch until the Capture tab is selected. 3. Press the top or bottom of the Four-way switch to highlight POCKETWIZARD.
4. Press the right side of the Four-way switch to display the POCKETWIZARD menu (or press the OK button).
Choosing the POCKETWIZARD Mode
Choose Mode, then choose Off, Transmit, Receive, or Relay. (Selecting Off turns off the POCKETWIZARD Radio Transceiver and all associated functionality.)
When you press the Shutter Release while in Transmit mode, any remote flash units or cameras set in Receive mode (and on the same channel and zone as your camera) will trigger as your camera captures an image. When another POCKETWIZARD device (a camera or a POCKETWIZARD MultiMax) is triggered, your camera receives a signal and captures an image. (Your camera must be on the same channel and zone as the POCKETWIZARD triggering device.) When another POCKETWIZARD device (a camera or a POCKETWIZARD MultiMAX) is triggered, your camera receives a signal, captures an image, and switches to Transmit mode. It then relays the trigger signal to other cameras and associated flash units. NOTE: In Relay mode, use one channel (see page 1-6) for the cameras and a different channel for the flashes.
Setting the Channel
You must set the channel in your transmitting and receiving devices. NOTE: Devices on the same channel work together. You can set channels 1 - 32. Channels 17 - 32 let you set zones (see page 1-7) and receive flash / triggering confirmation (see page 1-8). NOTE: Flashes with POCKETWIZARD Inside do not have a user interface. You have to set their channels using the Teach Channel function (see page 1-12). 1. Choose Transmit or Receive, then choose Channel.
2. Press the right side of the Four-way switch to display two boxes where you can select the channel. 3. Press the right or left side of the Four-way switch to highlight the tens or the ones position. Press the top or bottom of the Four-way switch to increase or decrease the value. 4. Press the OK button.
Setting the Zone
If you have selected a channel between 17 - 32, you can assign different zones to remote devices, then turn the zones on or off. For example, if you have several flashes in your studio setup you can assign different zones to flashes, then turn some zones on and some off. This way you can decide which flashes will be used without making manual adjustments.
Setting the Transmit Zone When your camera is in Transmit mode, you can specify the zones you will
transmit to. 1. 2. 3. 4. Choose Transmit, then choose Zone A, B, C, or D. Choose On or Off. Press the OK button. Repeat for all four zones.
Setting the Receive Zone When your camera is in Receive mode, enter the zone as determined by the
setup. NOTE: If you are on channels 1 - 16, you will not select a zone. If you are on channels 17 - 32, you may select a single zone in Receive mode. 1. Choose Receive, choose Zone, then choose A, B, C, or D. 2. Press the OK button.
You can perform a test flash to determine that your setup is correct. If the Strobe Confirm feature is turned on (see page 1-10), flash status (indicated by the lightening bolt symbol) appears on the Test Flash screen. If Strobe Confirm is turned off, only radio status appears. 1. Choose Test Flash from the POCKETWIZARD menu. 2. Press the OK button. Any remote devices set in Receive mode perform a test flash. A screen displays the results of the test flash. The screen at the left is an example of results when SpeedCycler Mode is off (see page 1-11): Zone Ahas both radio and flash confirmation. To detect an actual burst of light from a flash, a POCKETWIZARD Flash Confirmation Cable must be connected to the flash. Confirmation of this burst of light is indicated by a lightening bolt symbol. Zone Bhas radio confirmation but no flash confirmation. Zone Cfailed because the zone is turned on but no radio was found. Zone Dis turned off. The screen at the left is an example of results when SpeedCycler Mode is on (see page 1-11): Zone A and Zone Bwere skipped for this shot. Zone Cthis flash has just triggered. Zone Dis turned off. The next flash to trigger would be Zone A. The arrow indicates the zone triggered on this capture. The arrow rotates through all active zones, one step per capture. 3. Make any necessary corrections to the setup and press the OK button to test the system again. When the setup is working properly, press the Cancel button to return to the POCKETWIZARD menu.
The Test Radio feature is useful when you want to test your setup, but dont want to trigger a flash. You should always test your setup before using it. 1. Choose Test Radio from the POCKETWIZARD menu. 2. Press the OK button. 3. Make necessary adjustments (turn on devices, set channels and zones, etc.) and press the OK button. Repeat until the setup is correct. 4. Press the Cancel button to return to the POCKETWIZARD menu.
When you turn on the Strobe Confirm feature, you can examine the status of the strobes after each image capture. For the Strobe Confirm feature to work, a POCKETWIZARD Confirmation Sensor must be connected to the flash. 1. Choose Strobe Confirm, then choose On or Off. 2. Press the OK button.
If all enabled zones confirm when you capture an image, no screen appears. If one or more zones fail, a screen like the example at the left appears. Press the Cancel button to return to the POCKETWIZARD menu.
When your camera is in SpeedCycler mode, flashes in enabled zones are triggered sequentially. All flashes in the same channel and zone go off at the same time. For example, all flashes in Zone A are triggered with the first capture, all flashes in Zone B in the next, etc. This allows multiple flash units to cycle faster than a single flash can refresh. Choose SpeedCycler, then choose On or Off.
To prepare devices in your setup, you must assign the appropriate channel and zones. If devices have a user interface, you can assign the appropriate values using that interface. Some devices (flashes) have no user interface. Use your cameras Teach Channel feature to assign channel and zones to these devices. To assign values to the remote device, it must be in Learn mode, which in most cases is the first 7 or 30 seconds (depending upon the device manufacturer's configuration) after you turn the remote device on. The camera must be in Teach mode, which is activated when you select the Teach Channel feature. Flashes can learn more than one zone. For example, if zones A and B were selected at the time of teaching, the flash will trigger if either zone A or B is enabled on the transmit device. If you only want the flash to trigger in one zone, just teach it one. Teach each remote device separately so it will learn the appropriate channel and zone. 1. Set up the appropriate channel (see page 1-6) and zone (see page 1-7) on your camera. 2. Choose Teach Channel. 3. Turn on the remote device.
4. Press the OK button on your camera. IMPORTANT: Dont wait to press the OK button or the device will no longer be in Learn mode. A screen appears while the teaching is occurring. Once the remote device has been taught, you can test the POCKETWIZARD Radio Transceiver connection using the Test Radio option (see page 1-9).
The version of the POCKETWIZARD Radio Transceiver software in your camera appears on the POCKETWIZARD menu. (The version on your menu may be different than that shown here.)
POCKETWIZARD Radio Transceiver Specifications
Modes of OperationOff, Transmit, Receive, and Relay Radio Channels32 channels (344 - 354 MHz) Line of Sight Range1,000 ft (304.8 m) in open field Transmit Power1 dBm typical Receiver Sensitivity93 dBm for 12 dB S/N ratio (minimum) BatteriesUses the camera's rechargeable battery Shutter Sync LimitsCamera limited at 1/125th Sync Time0.5 ms when pop-up flash is down. 1.5 ms when pop-up flash is up. AntennaRubber-covered flexible coiled spring, 3 in. (7.62 cm) in length. The flexible antenna attaches to the front PC Sync Terminal of the camera body
FCC and IC Compliance Information
WARNING: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules and also with RSS-210 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. FCC ID Number KDS- PW-KTR1
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