Once upon a time, there was film. But as digitization became a more important presence in the industry, scanners were introduced to bridge the gap between film and digital output devices. Since then, digital cameras have taken center stage as a way to not only increase productivity, but also sharpen digital imaging overall. The following is part one of a two-part series featuring popular high-end professional digital camera models and statistics.
VGA, Dual Mode digital camera and webcam; Built-in flash, USB, video to TV outlets
1.3 Megapixel PRINT button; direct uploading compatible to AGFAnet; Dual Mode digital camera and webcam; Built-in flash, USB, video, CompactFlash slot outlets
Burst mode features 2x digital zoom, macro lens, jog dial wheel; Dual Mode features video clip on camera; PRINT button color LCD image display; Built-in flash, USB, video-to-TV CompactFlash slot
4 MB CompactFlash memory card (stores 6 -36 images); Agfa PhotoWise software with PhotoGenie technology for managing, and enhancing digital images and Twain driver for PC; Serial cable for PC; Mac adapter cable; USB and video cables
ePhoto CL30 Clik!
Picture resolution up to 1,440 x 1,080 (1.5 million) pixels; five image capture modes; High-capacity storage for digital images using Iomega's Clik! drive and 40MB Clik! disks; Store 60 maximum-resolution or 360 low-resolution pictures per 40MB Clik! disk
Five resolution settings up to 3,750 x 5,000 (53 MB RGB); Adjustable ISO sensitivity from 100 to 1,600 (daylight); 2 GB internal disk drive for offline image capture; Kodak trilinear color CCD technology; Single-pass color or monochrome scanning; SCSI-2 interface from control unit to host computer; Universal AC input 90-260 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Eight resolution settings up to 6,000 x 8,000 (137 MB RGB); Triple 12-bit ADCs — up to 130 million pixels per minute; Kodak trilinear color CCD technology; SCSI-2 interface from control unit to host computer; Flash memory for easy upgrades without opening unit