Mounted on a Nikon F3 body, the Kodak DCS featured a 1.3 megapixel resolution and utilized a separate over-the-shoulder Digital Storage Unit (DSU) to store images and batteries.
A year later, Kodak released the DCS 200, which featured improved technology, a built-in hard drive for storage, and increased resolution of 1.54 megapixels.
In May of 1991, Kodak introduced its DCS 100, the world's first commercially available DSLR (digital single lens reflex) camera.
It would be almost three years before another digital camera hit the market after the DCS-100 (and subsequent DCS models).
DCS Sports Cards sells a variety of baseball, hockey, basketball, and football sports cards.