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    KODAK Announces First EASYSHARE Camera to Incorporate KODAK CMOS Image Sensor

    OK is this going to be earth shattering news or just hype. Is CMOS better than CCD for a sensor?

    http://www.dpreview.com/news/0707/07072501kodakc513.asp
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    Canon's CMOS technology has been touted for the great high ISO capabilities. I think that Kodak is touting the low cost capabilities here. If the report is correct, its max ISO is 200. Not very earth shattering if you ask me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by convergent
    Canon's CMOS technology has been touted for the great high ISO capabilities. I think that Kodak is touting the low cost capabilities here. If the report is correct, its max ISO is 200. Not very earth shattering if you ask me.
    Exactly unless it was a typo and it's 2000. and for a 5.0 megapixel the price is no real bargin either. Not now a days anyway.
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    on Kodak's site...

    ISO sensitivity
    80–160 auto, 80–200 digital IS
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayVig
    on Kodak's site...

    ISO sensitivity
    80160 auto, 80200 digital IS
    Well that SUCKS.

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  6. I think that Kodak is touting the low cost capabilities here. If the report is correct, its max ISO is 200. Not very earth shattering if you ask me.
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