A teardown of the world’s first modern DSLR, Kodak’s DCS315

 

 

We often take for granted the vast amount of technology packed into today’s DSLRs. To help humble us a bit is this fantastic video from Youtuber EEVblog. In it, he does a complete overview and teardown of what many consider to be the world’s first modern DSLR, Kodak’s 1.5-megapixel DCS315, released in 1998.

Essentially a Nikon Pronea 6i with a digital back in place of the traditional film plate, this camera was an unwieldy beast. To fit the required circuitry and leave enough space for the PC cards that the images were saved to,…

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