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KODAK PROFESSIONAL: Technical Information Bulletin

Compatible Software and System Requirements for KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Digital Cameras
 
 

Contents

Updated 13 March 2007

 

Compatible software

KODAK PROFESSIONAL
Software

KODAK PROFESSIONAL DCS Digital Camera Series

DCS Pro SLR
DCS 700

DCS 600
DCS 500
DCS 300

DCS 400
EOS-DCS
NC 2000e

Photo Desk

Yes

Yes

No

DCS Camera Manager

Yes

Yes

No

Custom Looks

Yes

No

No

File Format Module

Yes

Yes

Yes

ERI File Format Module

Yes

No

No

DCS TWAIN Data Source
DCS Acquire Module

No

Yes

Yes

 

System requirements

The system requirements are for the latest software version. Software downloads and system requirements for earlier operating systems are available on the software download page.

KODAK PROFESSIONAL
Software

WINDOWS Operating Systems

MACINTOSH Computers

DCS Photo Desk
Latest version: 4.3
(December 2004)

Download

WINDOWS VISTA*, 2000 or XP

266 MHz INTEL PENTIUM II, CELERON, or compatible processor

256 MB of RAM
(512 MB recommended)

200 MB of free disk space

* Must be in WINDOWS XP (Service Pack 2) Compatibility Mode.

INTEL-based computers

MAC OS X 10.2.8 or higher

POWER MACINTOSH G3 or higher

256 MB of RAM
(512 MB recommended)

200 MB of free disk space

DCS Camera Manager
Latest version: 4.2
(September 2004)

Download

WINDOWS VISTA*, 2000 or XP

266 MHz INTEL PENTIUM II, CELERON, or compatible processor

256 MB of RAM
(512 MB recommended)

200 MB of free disk space

Desktop Systems: Built-in IEEE 1394 interface or OHCI compliant IEEE 1394 adapter.

Laptop Systems: Built-in IEEE 1394 interface or OHCI compliant IEEE 1394 PCMCIA adapter.

* Must be in WINDOWS XP (Service Pack 2) Compatibility Mode.

MAC OS X 10.2.8 or higher

POWER MACINTOSH G3 or higher

256 MB of RAM
(512 MB recommended)

200 MB of free disk space

Desktop Systems: Built-in IEEE 1394 interface or OHCI compliant IEEE 1394 adapter.

Laptop Systems: Built-in IEEE 1394 interface or OHCI compliant IEEE 1394 PCMCIA adapter.

DCS Custom Looks
Latest version: 2.0

Download

WINDOWS 2000 or XP

MAC OS 9 or OS X

DCS File Format Module
Latest version: 4.2
(September 2004)

Download

WINDOWS 2000 or XP

266 MHz INTEL PENTIUM II, CELERON, or compatible processor

256 MB of RAM
(512 MB recommended)

200 MB of free disk space

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP 6.0 or higher

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 2.0 or higher

MAC OS X 10.2.8 or higher

POWER MACINTOSH G3 or higher

256 MB of RAM
(512 MB recommended)

200 MB of free disk space

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP 7.0 or higher

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 2.0 or higher

ERI File Format Module
Latest version:
WINDOWS OS: 2.0 (June 2005)
MAC OS: 1.0 (February 2004)

Download

WINDOWS 2000 or XP

266 MHz INTEL PENTIUM II or higher processor

128 MB of RAM
(256 MB recommended)

200 MB of free disk space

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP 5.0 or higher

MAC OS X 10.1.3 or higher

POWER MACINTOSH G3 or higher

128 MB of RAM
(256 MB recommended)

200 MB of free disk space

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP 7.0 or higher

DCS TWAIN Data Source for WINDOWS Systems
DCS Acquire Module for MACINTOSH Systems

Latest version: 5.9.3
(July 2000)

Download

WINDOWS 2000, 98 SE, NT 4.0

100 MHz INTEL PENTIUM processor

64 MB of RAM

200 MB of free disk space

MAC OS 8 or higher

POWER MACINTOSH G3 or higher

256 MB of RAM
(512 MB recommended)

200 MB of free disk space

 

How to download software

  1. Visit the DCS Firmware and Host Software download page.

  2. Make your selection from the drop-down menu.

  3. Read the support information located below the download chart.

  4. Select the download file for your computer's operating system.

  5. When the File Download screen appears, select Save.

  6. When the Save As screen appears, save the file to your desktop or to another location that is easy to access and easy to remember. Do not change the file name.

  7. When the Download Complete screen appears, select Close.

  8. Verify that the software file appears in the location where you saved it.

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