Prior to the introduction of the EOS D30 digital SLR, Kodak produced four digital SLRs also sold under the Canon brand. These cameras used a digital camera back with the image sensor and associated electronics designed and built by Kodak together with modified internals of the EOS-1N film SLR. Due to the used Canon EOS body these four digital SLRs can accept EF lenses. The four cameras were:
|EOS DCS3||July 1995|
|EOS DCS1||December 1995|
|EOS D2000/Kodak DCS520||March 1998|
|EOS D6000/Kodak DCS560||December 1998|
After termination of the agreement by Canon, Kodak cooperated with Sigma – who at that time had a Canon license – to produce the Kodak DCS Pro SLR/c based on a SA9 SLR body in 2004, which was compatible with EF lenses.
Canon digital SLRs are equipped with a CMOS sensor (with the exception of EOS-1D that uses a CCD sensor). Canon designs and manufactures their own CMOS sensors.
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