older Kodak DCS SLRcameras

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by dj_nme@hotmail.com, May 7, 2005.

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    Does any-one here have any experience with the older Kodak DCS series
    of digital SLR cameras that were based on Nikon and Canon bodies?
    In particular, I've seen DCS 330, 520, 650 and DCS 720 DSLR cameras on
    eBay and was wondering if they would be any good compared to the
    current line-up (EOS 300D, 350, 10D and 20D)?
    I know that The DCS 330 is 1.4mp and the 520 is 2mp, so they aren't
    realy in my considerations, but any opinions would be apreciated.
    The DCS 650 and the 720 are both 6mp and are going for not a huge
    amount.
    Also, would the Canon D60 still be considered a useful DSLR when
    compared to the EOS 10D?
     
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