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This is a basic feature listing for the Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560.

Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560:

The fourth EOS digital camera, the D6000 was the final joint venture with Kodak and was also marketed under the name Kodak DCS 560. The camera was essentially a modified EOS 1N chassis with electronics designed by Kodak added on. Its image output was pretty good for the time - 6 megapixels - though the camera was significantly smaller and lighter than its predecessor. It also eschewed the antiquated SCSI interface for the more modern FireWire (IEEE 1394).

There are a lot of blank spaces in this page because not a lot of information is published about this camera, as not many were sold. Flash metering information in particular is fairly non-existent, though interestingly it seems to have supported E-TTL flash, even though the EOS 1N did not. If the EV specifications look a bit strange, it's because Canon have supplied the data for ISO 200, not ISO 100 as on just about every other EOS camera.

Though slow and with a limited ISO range, it's actually still a moderately useful camera today. Also, its infrared-cutting filter is removable, making it handy for IR photography, and it has a self-contained intervalometer like the EOS 10/10S.


  Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560
Camera medium type digital
European/Australasian name EOS D6000
North American name EOS D6000
Japanese name EOS D6000
Asian name EOS D6000
Date introduced December 1998
Date discontinued
Marketing position when introduced Fourth EOS digital camera
Physical body Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560
Body type and material
Body build quality
Body colour Black
Lens mount type Canon EF
Lens mount material Stainless steel
Dimensions (width, height, depth) 161 x 174 x 92mm
Relative size Large
Weight 1650g (without battery)
Weatherproofing Some
Flash weatherproofing with supported flash units
Exposure settings Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560
Basic (icon) modes None
Program AE (P), aperture priority (Av), shutter speed priority (Tv), and manual (M) modes P, Av, Tv, M, DEP
Metering types Evaluative, partial, spot, fine spot, centre-weighted averaging
iFCL: Dual layer (red/green and green/blue) metering sensor
Manual selection of metering types Yes
Evaluative metering zones 12 (not 16 like the 1N)
Partial metering size 15% of centre
Spot metering size 4% of centre for fine spot; 6% of each AF point for spot
Multi-spot metering No
Manual exposure metering Yes
Manual exposure metering display Simulated matchneedle
Metering (not autofocus) range at 20°C, ISO 100 EV 0-20 (EV 3-20 with fine spot)
DEP or A-DEP DEP
Shiftable DEP mode
Exposure setting increments 1/2- or 1/3 stop increments
Exposure compensation increments +/- 3 EV (in 1/3 stop increments)
Auto-exposure (AE) lock Yes
Single-shot AE/AF lock retention (keep shutter release halfway)
Multiple exposures No
Auto exposure bracketing (AEB)
Tv/Av safety shift to reduce overexposure
ISO safety shift
Camera shake warning
Stop-down metering for manual-only lenses
ISO (film speed/sensor sensitivity) Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560
Manual ISO range ISO 80-200
DX-encoded ISO range (film only)
Automatic ISO selection in icon modes (digital only) No
Always displays ISO setting in viewfinder No
Dedicated ISO button
Displays ISO setting in viewfinder when ISO button pressed No
Digital image processing Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560
Highlight tone priority (D+)
Auto lighting optimizer
High ISO speed noise reduction
Peripheral illumination correction
Peripheral illumination correction database
Ambience effect
Creative filters
Focus Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560
Autofocus points 5
Additional “invisible” AF points No
Cross sensors
Autofocus modes One-shot AF, AI servo AF, manual focus
Autofocus point expansion (verifies surrounding points if AF cannot be achieved)
Zone autofocus (enables multiple points as a cluster)
Spot (reduced area of points) autofocus
Manual selection of AF modes
AF limit of linear sensors
High precision limit of cross sensor(s)
Focus point illumination
Autofocus speed
Eye control focus (ECF)
Autofocus beep confirmation Yes; can be disabled
AE lock button can lock focus separately (sometimes known as CF 4)
Dedicated rear-panel autofocus start (AF-ON) button
Low-light autofocus abilities (AF working range) at 20°C, ISO 100 EV 0-18
Manual autofocus micro-adjustment
IS (image stabilization) compatible
Teleconverter (TC) compatible
Tilt-shift (TS-E) lens compatible
EF-25 (25mm extension tube) compatible Yes
Autofocus Assist Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560
Body integral patterned red autofocus assist light No
Incandescent white AF assist light No
Pulses built-in flash annoyingly to serve as AF assist light No
Can use external Speedlite AF assist Yes
Can disable internal AF assist n/a
Can disable Speedlite AF assist
Can disable internal and Speedlite AF assists independently
Flash support Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560
Maximum flash sync shutter speed (X-sync) 1/250 sec
Type A or Type B camera body Type A camera (E-TTL flash metering)
TTL flash metering
TTL flash metering zones
A-TTL flash metering
E-TTL flash metering Yes
E-TTL II flash metering
FP (high speed sync) mode
Built-in flash unit No
    Guide number of built-in flash (metres, ISO 100)
    Maximum coverage of built-in flash
    Built-in flash can auto pop-up
    Built-in flash can auto lower
    Built-in flash has zoomable flash head
    Built-in flash zoom detents
    Tall built-in flash
    Manual output control of built-in flash
    MULTI (stroboscopic) mode for built-in flash
Wireless E-TTL
    Built-in flash can serve as wireless E-TTL controller
    Supports wireless E-TTL group C when using built-in flash as master
    Wireless E-TTL ratios
Flash exposure compensation (FEC) for internal flash
FEC for external flash
FEC scale in viewfinder
Flash exposure lock (FEL) button
FEL icon in viewfinder
Supports Speedlite modelling light
Flash exposure bracketing (FEB)
Can communicate digital subframe size to flash unit No
Menu control over external Speedlites (with compatible flash units)
Can control flash unit custom functions (with compatible flash units)
Auto fill-flash can be disabled
Flash hotshoe painted or bare metal
PC (studio flash) socket built in Yes
Supports high voltage (maximum 250 volts; not 6) studio flash No
Supports second-curtain sync Yes
Second-curtain sync custom function
Redeye reduction lamp
Viewfinder Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560
Viewfinder quality
Eye level pentaprism/pentamirror
Viewfinder coverage of frame 97%
Viewfinder magnification (-1.0 dioptre w/ 50mm lens at infinity) 0.83x
Built-in dioptric adjustment -3 to +1 dioptre
Eyepoint 20mm
Eyepiece shutter
Viewfinder display information
Default viewfinder focus screens New Laser Matte
Viewfinder proximity sensor (turns off LCD when using viewfinder)
FEC scale on side of image in viewfinder
On-demand grid in optical viewfinder
Interchangeable viewfinder focus screens 8 available from Canon
Depth of field preview
Shutter and mirror Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560
Maximum shutter speed 1/8000 sec
Minimum shutter speed 30 sec
Bulb mode
Camera maximum aperture range (available aperture range is lens dependent)
Shutter release lag time
Shutter life expectancy
Mirror blackout time
Fixed pellicle mirror
Active mirror control
Rotary magnet (low power) shutter
Mirror lockup
Mirror prefire (sort of lockup)
Self-timer
Continuous (multiple shot) self-timer
Built-in intervalometer (interval timer) Yes
Intervalometer through external computer interface
Body and controls Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560
Rear (quick control) dial Yes
Customizable function (C) mode dial setting No
Lockable top-deck mode dial (press to turn)
Rear cursor buttons No
Multi-controller joystick No
Multi-controller built into rear dial
M.Fn button by shutter release button
Film transport and metering controls operable by feel (lever position) No
Power-on time
Batteries Ni-Cd battery pack
Battery charger
AC adapter
Official shooting capacity per charge
Battery increments in LCD
Backup battery (for date/time, etc)
Battery door
Wired remote socket Canon-proprietary T3 type
Compatible wired remotes Canon Remote Switch RS-60T3 and Wireless Controller Set LC-3. Unlike the more widely supported N3 and E3 (2.5mm minijack) connectors, the T3 is something of an orphan connector type
Compatible with RC-1, RC-5 wireless remotes
Tripod socket aligned to centre line of lens mount
Tripod socket material
Backlit topdeck standard LCD
Standard LCD size and position Top deck, right
Secondary LCD
Standard top-deck mode dial No
Handgrip
Optional case
Custom functions 12
Personal functions
Digital image sensor Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560
Sensor type CCD
Sensor dust reduction None
Imaging output, effective (actual visible) megapixels 6
Total megapixels (including those unused in final image)
Maximum imaging output dimensions, effective pixels 3040 x 2008
Other output dimensions
Cropping factor (aka focal length multiplier) 1.3
Physical sensor size 18.4 x 27.6mm
Photosite size (size of each pixel on chip)
Filter type Built-in low-pass, user-removable
Modified cutoff filter for astrophotography No
Electromechanical or digital shutter
Maximum bits per channel 12
Shooting speed (frames per second) 1 fps
High speed/low speed continuous shooting
Maximum burst 3 frames
Orientation sensor for JPEG rotation No
Separate controls for JPEG image rotation
Digital I/O Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560
Uses Canon DIGIC chip No
Uses Canon DIGIC II chip No
Uses Canon DIGIC III chip
Uses Canon DIGIC 4 chip
Uses dual DIGIC chips
Output file formats TIFF/EP, JPEG, optional IPTC data
Simultaneous JPEG/RAW recording
RAW file extension
Data interface type FireWire 400 (IEEE-1394)
Direct image transfer to computer
PictBridge support No
Dedicated PictBridge button No
DPOF support No
Memory card type PCMCIA-ATA type I, II, III PC card (2 slots if types I or II are used; compatible with GPS cards)
Supports Ultra DMA (UDMA) for CF
Supports Ultra High Speed (UHS) for SD
Directly supports Eye-Fi transmitter cards
Media file system and maximum media size FAT16
Media door safety warning
Supports optional add-on WFT 802.11x wireless connectivity No
Recording to USB storage devices
Support for GPS
Low-level memory formatting
Supports Data Verification Kit No
Audio annotation Yes
Movie mode Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560
Capable of capturing moving video
Video capture modes
Video capture formats
24fps capture mode
Maximum video recording time
Separate start/stop button for video
Manual control over aperture, shutter speed, ISO
Analogue video output connector
Analogue video output encoding standards
Digital video output connector
Manual control over audio levels
Wind filter for audio recording
Microphone for video capture
Audio input jack for video capture
Speaker output
Digital white balance and exposure control Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560
Colour space
Contrast, sharpness, saturation, tone range
Picture style presets
Black and white filter effects (monochrome or B/W mode)
Black and white colour toning
White balance modes Auto, daylight, tungsten, fluorescent and flash, custom
White balance bias correction
Hybrid white balance with external sensor Yes
Can receive flash white balance information from compatible flash units No
White balance and ISO bracketing
Long exposure (dark frame) noise subtraction No
Can disable dark frame noise subtraction when no patterns detected
High ISO noise reduction
Highlight tone priority (increases dynamic range of bright areas)
Digital user interface Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560
Preview LCD monitor size 1.8"
Preview LCD monitor pixel count
Preview LCD brightness levels
Wide view angle to LCD No
Preview LCD anti-reflective coating
Clear View II solid structure (no internal air gap) LCD
Preview LCD detachable cover
Articulated (vari-angle or movable) rear panel LCD
Electronic level
LCD menu system colour schemes
Quick Control screen
Preview indicates clipped pixels (highlight warning)
Zoom playback
Luminance histogram Yes
Colour (RGB) histogram No
Folder selection
Images per folder
Menu languages
Camera User registration for multiple users
Customizable “My Menu”
Set copyright information in-camera (as opposed to using EOS Utility only)
Live View Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560
Live LCD preview No
Quick-mode LiveView (passive AF; mirror must flip)
Live-mode LiveView (contrast detection AF; mirror is stationary)
Digital first-curtain shutter (silent shoot)
Live LCD preview via USB or wireless (Remote LiveView)
Face detection mode in LiveView
LiveView optional grid display
LiveView histogram
LiveView Exposure Simulation
LiveView depth of field preview
LiveView magnification levels
  Canon EOS D6000 / Kodak DCS 560

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Product names

A note about names. The reason certain camera bodies may have multiple names is because Canon often use different model names for different regional markets. This usually applies only to consumer and some midrange products, and mainly to the USA and Japan. Whereas the international name is usually just a number or number/letter combination, the USA name will often be some cool or tough-sounding name such as “Rebel”. Canon Japan, on the other hand, typically use cute marketing names such as “Kiss” for their consumer products. Under certain rare circumstances there may be actual differences between the differently named products. For example, Japanese versions of the product may support wireless remotes whereas other versions may not.

I generally organize the information by the European/Australasian name, since it’s usually a logical numeric system. Basically, the fewer the digits the more expensive the camera. Thus the 1000 cameras are consumer, the 100 cameras are advanced amateur, the 10, 5 and 3 cameras are semi-professional and the 1 cameras are professional. The terms “consumer” and “professional” aren’t judgement terms here - just Canon’s descriptions of the market segments to which the cameras are aimed.

Disclaimer

This page was generated automatically from a comparison database. There is no guarantee that this information is entirely free from error, given the fact that the database is frankly pretty huge and was compiled entirely by hand. Please notify me using my feedback form if you notice any inaccuracies.

Information was derived from a number of sources, including Canon news releases, the Canon Camera Museum and various manufacturer-supplied product manuals.

This information is accurate to the best of my knowledge, but I cannot take responsibility for purchasing decisions you may make.



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