"We catch a glimpse of a huge swirl of clouds out the window over the middle of the Pacific Ocean, or the boot of Italy jutting down into the Mediterranean, or the brilliant blue coral reefs of the Caribbean strutting their beauty before the stars. And...we experienced those uniquely human qualities: awe, curiosity, wonder, joy, amazement." (Russell L. Schweickart, Apollo Astronaut ("The Home Planet")
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Cameras Used on the ISS and Shuttle Missions by NASA Astronauts to Photograph Earth
Kodak Professional DCS 460 Electronic Still Camera (Digital Camera)
- Image storage on removable PC cards, Type III; 42 images per 260 MB
- 12 bits/color
- Normal operation for camera exposure with all metering modes available
- 18.4 x 27.6-mm imager magnifies focal length only 1.3X
- SCSI interface with host
- DCS 460 Color: ISO 80
- DCS 460 Mono: ISO 160
- Continuous-frame capture rate of approximately 12 seconds/image
- 250 images per battery charge, with 1 hour to recharge
- AC adapter/charger power requirements: 50/60 Hz, 100, 120, 220, 240 V AC
- Approximate size: 6.7 in. W x 4.5 in. D x 8.2 in. H (170 mm x 114 mm x 208 mm)
- Weight (without lens): 3.75 lbs. (1.70 kg)
- Certified FCC Class B, UL, CSA, TUV
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
More information on the Kodak Professional DCS 460 can be found at http://www.kodak.com/global/en/professional/products/cameras/dcs460/dcs460.jhtml.