The last rear up of the dying film manufacturers – APS Film – was a pure disaster. But two APS-Film-SLR-cameras made their way to the digital age: the Nikon Pronea 600i (6i in the US) and the Minolta Vectis S1.
Here is my report about the Kodak/Nikon Pronea 6i/DCS 315, DCS 330 and some lines about the Minolta Dimâge RD 3000:
http://www.digicammuseum.de/geschichten ... 3000s.html
Discuss older Nikon-based Kodak digital SLRs, including DCS 100, DCS 200, NC2000, DCS 400/600/700-series, etc. Ask questions, post general comments, anecdotes, reviews and user tips.
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