Kodak DCS Pro 14N
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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Kodak DCS Pro 14N Pocketwizard User's Guide
Kodak DCS Pro 14N Quick Start Guide
Kodak DCS Pro 14N
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User reviews and opinions
|meijn||3:15am on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010|
|If you have enough light it can create nice images. Almost too many to list. The review does a pretty go job of explaining the cons.|
|jasondrew||3:21pm on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010|
|Never received item Ordered camera, no email from Ritz Camera explaining why it was cancelled. Phone calls got me no where. Very unhappy.|
|Haggy||4:21pm on Thursday, August 12th, 2010|
|So what would you do with a 14 megapixel super duper camera. outstanding picture qaulity at 14 megapixels!!! Optical zoom, TFT screen.|
|russelld||7:42pm on Saturday, June 26th, 2010|
|We bought this Kodak Professional DCS Pro 14n digital SLR camera, and are shocked over the poor quality.|
|erraticassassin||6:10am on Tuesday, June 8th, 2010|
|If you have a DCS-760, KEEP IT! We owned the DCS-760 in our pro photo lab. The camera was great. Then. If you have a DCS-760, KEEP IT! We owned the DCS-760 in our pro photo lab. The camera was great. Then.|
|blespere||3:45am on Sunday, May 23rd, 2010|
|This camera is great! The detail and resolution is unmatched!It does take a little bit of time to learn all of the features!|
|ernat||4:50am on Wednesday, April 21st, 2010|
|Fast focus, fast shoot, excellent Nikon optics Expensive, SLR-heavy, steep learning curve|
|bri4life||8:02pm on Saturday, March 27th, 2010|
|Best decision I ever made buying top end digital camera. Heavy duty solid body, controls, doors, attachments. Bright view finder, easy to read data. My overall review I give it a 7 on a 1 to 10 scale. I like the free upgrades online, makes the product more useable for a few years.|
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Exposure Compensation button Flash Exposure Compensation button Shutter Release button Hot Shoe Flash latch Exposure Mode dial
D I G I TA L
C A M E R A
Power switch Sub-command dial
PC Sync terminal Lens Release button Focus Mode selector
Q U I C K S TA R T G U I D E
IEEE 1394 port Video port Remote Release accessory port Battery slot
Digital Status LCD
Quickly access digital functions using Digital Status button and Four-way switch.
Provides information as you review images.
JPG 6 MP
Top Status LCD
Shutter speed/Exposure Compensation value Flash Exposure Compensation Exposure Compensation Flexible Program Flash Sync Mode Custom Setting Battery power Focus area Auto Exposure Bracketing Bracketing bar graphs Aperture
Flash Sync button Auto Exposure Bracketing button Image LCD Menu button Nav+ button HotKey button Digital Status button Delete button Tag/Record button Media door SD/MMC Card slot Microphone CF Card slot LCD illuminator AE-L/AF-L button Main Command dial OK button Cancel button Four-way switch Four-way switch lock Vertical Shutter release Exposure Mode dial Hot Shoe Viewfinder eyepiece Top Status LCD
1. Power Your Camera
Using the KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Pro 14n Battery
1. Charge battery, if needed, by plugging in the KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Pro 14n Charger/AC Adapter and inserting the battery.
Full Low Insufficient Charging LED Power LED
2. Insert the charged battery into the battery slot on the camera and turn the latch clockwise.
Using the KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Pro 14n DC Power Module
1. Insert the power module into the battery slot on the camera and turn the latch clockwise.
Reference circle (Center-Weighted metering) Focus brackets (Spot metering area) Focus Area Focus indicator Metering system Shutter speed Aperture Flash Exposure Compensation Exposure Compensation Flash ready light Exposure mode/Electronic analog exposure display/ Exposure Compensation value Grid lines
2. Connect the DC cable to the power module and Charger/AC Adapter. 3. Plug in the Charger/AC adapter.
2. Mount the Lens
1. Turn off the camera. 2. Mount the lens to the camera body.
3. Prepare the Memory Cards
Your camera has slots for two memory cards. In Basic mode you can insert a COMPACTFLASH (CF) card. In Advanced mode you can insert a CF Card and a Secure Digital (SD) card or MultiMedia (MMC) card. See the Users Guide.
Inserting a CF Card
1. Open the Media door. 2. Insert the CF card in the CF Card slot. 3. Close the Media door.
CF card Eject button Card Busy LED
3. Set the lens to its minimum aperture (highest F-stop number). 4. Lock the lens.
Formatting a CF Card
If you have not previously used the card in your camera, you may want to format it so that you can use the cameras Recover feature. (See Using the Digital Menus on page 8.) IMPORTANT: Any images on the card will be deleted when you format.
Removing a CF Card
1. Open the Media door. Caution: The Card Busy LED and the Card icon on the Digital Status LCD flash when images are being accessed. Do not remove a card when the LED is flashing. Doing so could destroy all image files on the card. 2. Press the Eject button. 3. Remove the card. 4. Close the Media door.
4. Choose Camera Settings
1. Set the Focus Mode selector to S (Single Servo AF).
5. Choose Digital Settings
The Basic Mode menu is shown here. See the Users Guide for Advanced Mode. Advanced Mode provides additional choices such as 2 memory cards, JPEG quality, and the ability to save Raw images.
Using the Basic Menu
2. Set the Exposure Mode dial to AF Area Mode. 1. Press the Menu button to display the Basic Mode menu on the Image LCD. 2. Press the top or bottom of the Four-way switch to highlight a menu option. 3. Turn the Main Command dial until [ ] (Single Area AF) appears in the Top Status LCD. 4. Lightly press the Shutter Release button, and press any side of the Four-way switch to choose the center focus area. 3. Press the right of the Four-way switch to display and enable a pop-up menu, then press the top or bottom of the Four-way switch to highlight a menu option. 4. Press the OK button.
Formatting a Card
1. Choose Format Card from the Basic menu.
Setting the Metering System and Exposure Mode
1. Set the Metering System selector to (Matrix Metering). The Matrix Metering symbol appears in the viewfinder.
2. Press the OK button.
2. Set the Exposure Mode dial to P (Programmed Auto).
5. Choose Digital Settings - continued
The four resolutions for JPEG files are: 13.5 MP 6 MP 3.4 MP.8 MP Full-resolution JPEG images (4500 x 3000) Half-resolution JPEG images (3000 x 2000) Quarter-resolution JPEG images (2250 x 1500).8-resolution JPEG images (1125 x 750)
7. Review Images on the Camera
You can review images on the Image LCD in four Image modes:
Single Image Zoom
Choose Resolution from the Basic menu, highlight a resolution, then press the OK button.
Review Image LCD to verify images are captured correctly.
Selecting an Image Mode Setting ISO
Choose ISO from the Basic menu then highlight the desired setting. 1. If the Image LCD is off, press the OK button to display images in the last-used Image mode. If the Image LCD and the menu are displayed, press the Menu button. 2. Press the top or bottom of the Four-way switch to sequence through the Image modes in the following order: Single Image, Zoom, Histogram, and Multiple Image.
6. Focus and Capture an Image
1. Center the focus brackets on your subject and lightly press the Shutter Release button. The camera focuses automatically. If appears in the viewfinder, the subject is in focus. 2. Slowly depress the Shutter Release button to capture the image.
Navigating Through Images
Press the left or right of the Four-way switch to navigate through images within a folder. In Zoom mode, press the Cancel button to disable the Region of Interest box, then navigate.
Zooming and Panning
In Zoom mode, press the OK button to zoom (1:4, 1:1, unzoomed 1:16). Press any side of the Four-way switch to pan.
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8. Install and Use Included Software
Installing the Software
1. Insert the included software CD. 2. WINDOWS: The install window should appear. If not, double-click the file launch.exe. MACINTOSH: Double-click the CD-ROM icon on your desktop. 3. Follow the instructions on the screens. The following software is included. Refer to Help for each software application. KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Camera Manager Use to capture images when your camera is connected to a computer. KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Photo Desk Lets you open Raw images, perform DCS-specific image edits, then save the images in a variety of formats. KODAK PROFESSIONAL Extended Range Imaging File Format Module Lets you open ERI JPEG files. It reconstructs extended dynamic range/color gamut images and displays a preview. You can perform DCS-specific image edits, then acquire the images into ADOBE Photoshop.
Tips - continued
Memory Card Management
Format your memory card in your camera before taking pictures. This lets you use the Recover feature to recover images that have not been deleted and overwritten. Consider saving your Raw images when performing in-camera processing. The Raw image may allow you to change resolution based on output needs and perform image edits. (See the Users Guide for saving Raw images in Advanced mode.)
To maximize your battery life, use the battery until it is low before recharging. (The battery icon blinks on the Top Status LCD when the battery is low.) Do not leave the battery in your camera when it is not in use. When the camera is turned off, there is a small drain of battery power.
Take special care attaching your lenses to your camera. Do not force. Do not use incompatible lenses. See the Users Guide.
Only use flash units recommended for use with your camera. Use of a radio slave for strobes is highly recommended to isolate your cameras flash circuitry from the high-powered circuitry of your strobes.
IEEE 1394 Communications Setup
Be sure the orientation is correct when you connect the IEEE 1394 cable to the computer. Connecting incorrectly can damage your camera or computer. The point on the 6-pin plug must align with the point on the computer. Do not use repeaters and cables exceeding 10 meters (10.9 yards). Doing so can damage your camera or degrade performance.
Use strobes with a trigger voltage less than 250 volts. Failure to do so could result in inconsistent firing of the strobes or damage to your cameras circuitry. Use of a safe sync is recommended. It isolates your cameras flash circuitry from the high-powered circuitry of your strobes.
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY Rochester, NY 14650 U.S.A. www.kodak.com/go/dcspro14n Eastman Kodak Company, 2002 TM: Kodak, Kodak Professional
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Using your KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Pro SLR/n, Pro 14n, or Pro 14nx Digital Camera with a POCKETWIZARD Radio Transceiver
Eastman Kodak Company 343 State Street Rochester, New York, 14650 Eastman Kodak Company, 2004 Kodak and Kodak Professional are trademarks of Eastman Kodak Company.
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
P/N 4J1576 Eastman Kodak Company 343 State Street Rochester, NY 14653 Eastman Kodak Company, 2004
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