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Kodak EasyShare 5300 All-in-One Printer Print, Copy, and Scan (8804056)

by Kodak
244 customer reviews
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  • Print, copy, and scan
  • KODAK lab-quality pictures that last a lifetime in up to 28 seconds
  • Large, high-resolution 3.0 in. (7.6 cm) color display for easy photo cropping
  • Easy, one-click photo printing from most memory cards
  • Uses a convenient 2-cartridge, 6-ink system
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Product Description

Product Description

Kodak EasyShare 5300 All-in-One Printer Print, Copy, and Scan (8804056)

From the Manufacturer

Manufacturer Description

There's a lot more to buying an affordable printer than just looking at the sticker price. Ultimately, you'll end up spending a lot more on the ink than you will on the printer. That's why it makes sense to choose this new Kodak all-in-one printer, which uses ultra low-priced ink to help you save up to 50 percent* on everything you print compared to other consumer inkjet systems1. Ink cartridges are just $9.99 for black; only $14.99 for five-ink color. Plus it delivers stunning Kodak quality photos and sharp, vibrant documents, copies and scans. The Kodak EasyShare 5300 all-in-one-printer also includes a 3-inch color LCD for editing and works with most memory cards, so you can even print without a PC.

Key Features

  • Print more. Pay less.
  • Black ink just $9.99; 5-color ink only $14.99
  • Kodak quality prints and documents from home
  • Print, copy, scan, and more
EasyShare 5300 Highlights

Kodak EasyShare 5300 all-in-one printer features and highlights
The Kodak EasyShare 5300 lets you create lab-quality pictures that last a lifetime in as little as 28 seconds2, and black text documents at 32 pages per minute. Mixed black/color text documents print as quickly as 30 pages per minute. It features a 3,840 nozzle dual drop print head for stunningly clear photo resolution prints and a high-quality CCD scanner to ensure scans come through with crystal-clear resolution. The unit features a 3.0-inch LCD display for previewing photos that can be printed straight from most memory card formats.

The EasyShare 5300 also features Bluetooth connectivity so you can print pictures straight from your Bluetooth-enabled camera phone via PictBridge technology, and the printer even supports duplex printing for economical paper use. The on-board tray can hold 20 sheets of 4 x 6-inch photo paper, and 100 sheets in the main tray. And don't forget, the printer can print regular text documents in crisp and sharp black and white, too. The printer is compatible with Windows XP and later and Mac OS 10.4.8 and later operating systems. Weighing only 21.3 pounds, this all-in-one device measures 18.8 x 14.7 x 8.8 inches and is backed by a 1-year limited manufacturer's warranty.

What's in the Box Easyshare 5300 all-in-one printer, ink cartridges (black, color), paper sample pack, power supply, adapter cord, setup guide, Easyshare software, and Easyshare 5000 series all-in-one printer software.

*Savings based on home printing of documents and photos using average ink costs of comparable consumer inkjet printers. Actual results may vary.
1Savings based on the home printing of documents and photos using average ink costs of comparable consumer inkjet printers. Actual results may vary.
2Based on fastest document print modes and borderless 4 x 6-inch photos using Kodak Ultra Premium Photo Paper--Studio Gloss, and using Windows OS-based PCs that meet recommended system requirements. Actual results may vary.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.4 x 21.6 x 18.6 inches ; 33.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 27.7 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000SL2ZC2
  • Item model number: Kodak Easyshare 5300 AIO Printer
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (244 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 25, 2007

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Customer Reviews

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235 of 249 people found the following review helpful By Wildcat on August 10, 2007
Well it started off like this. I was looking for a replacement printer for my old my reliable Canon i850. I liked the output from the i850 but I was sick of paying for the ink cartridges over and over. I was finding I would get through replacement black and color every 2 months even though I was only printing 50-60 text pages a month!!!!!!! It was time for a change.

With this in mind I started seeing and reading reviews (the few that there are) for the new Kodak line of all in ones. I had been tempted for some time by the ability to have everything (scan, copy, print and fax)in one device but I was skeptical too. I have been in the IT industry professionally for 15+ years and so have always been wary of throwing all my eggs in one basket. The reviews sounded pretty favorable with regards to meeting Kodak's claims of great ink performance for the cheap price you were paying so I decided that I would take a gamble.

I originally ruled out going for the 5500 and 5300 (didn't need the fax after all and thought I'd leave the LCD screen) and first purchased a 5100. First thing I did when I got home was unpack everything, hook it up and then proceeded to use all the sample photo paper that came with it. This was on a Friday and by the Saturday when I tried scanning for the first time it would not scan to the PC without causing an error as it was looking (and couldn't find) the temporary BMP it created in it's temp file. So with this in mind I started looking into the install, pulled everything from registry and restored my machine, still no luck. It's worth pointing out that the scanner component uses proprietary TWAIN drivers that seemed to be causing the issue. I also want to point out that my PC has been stable and not rebuilt in 3 years so has collected a lot of c**p.
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47 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Angela Binkowski on October 2, 2007
I won't slam it, because we've never had any major malfunctions or issues with the hardware like some of these other folks have. I wish though I had seen some of the software quirks before we bought it, but we got it as soon as it hit the stores.

It is easy to use, prints nice photos and is extremely affordable for an all in one WITH a flatbed scanner. Having acopier and flatbed at home is alifesaver. I have no complaints about any of that. The picture editing and sharing software is good too.

The device software however infuriates me. If your ink cartridge goes low, nothing works, not even the scanner which last I checked required no ink. I assume it is a software issue they will be fixing soon. Also, I am not entirely sure the ink cartridge status is accurate. WEe JUST replaced the ink a few weeks ago, and I do not print a ton of stuff. Well, without thinking I replaced both last time so I know they should both be good for a while.

All of a sudden tonight I went from printing a document perfectly with no signs of fading ink to "Replace ink catridges now!" And both of them are low, at the exact same time... Hmmm, wierd, normally you'll not run through them both at the same rate.

The ink is half the price but thus far we've had to replace them twice as often. I still like the printer, and have registered these complaints with customer care. Wer'll see if they do anything...
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71 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Ms. T VINE VOICE on August 31, 2007
I've tried many printers before, and believe me Epson & HP can't hold a candle to this Kodak. I've had mine since it first came out and couldn't be happier - not only can I afford to print again, but this thing is the smoothest running quietest electronic in my home office now - none of the horrible noise and shaking of the other brand's cheaper (quality, not price) printers - this is first class all the way. I haven't had a single problem with it in the 6mos. I've owned it - and so far I've only spent $14 on color ink cartridge and that's with 2 kids printing constantly and plenty of photos printed out. It would've cost me well over $50 in ink for my Epson during the same time frame. Get it, you won't regret it!
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Middle Age Guy on September 11, 2007
I pre-ordered this printer because I have long loathed the high cost of ink and was very happy to be able to reward Kodak for doing something about it. Before this printer I would get cheap or free printers and throw them out when the ink ran out and I could get a new printer for less than refills. Not exactly environmentally sound.

Overall it's a decent multi-function. My needs are typical household needs, not a "power-user". In spite of gripes below I think it's worth considering this printer - maybe Kodak can improve their software to address some or all of my issues.

Here are my gripes

1) I can't seem to get the Kodak support site to allow me to send this list directly to Kodak. Their contact us page won't load (I use Firefox on a Mac).

2) When the print cartridges are empty (and you're waiting for online ink purchase to *finally* arrive) it won't scan or transfer photos. This really sucks - turns the printer into a $200 paperweight. I really hope Kodak can fix this in software, if not I'll probably never buy another printer from Kodak. It's bad enough not to be able to print but to be unable to scan something to e-mail in lieu of printing makes it much worse. I'm just not the kind of guy who will keep a spare cartridge around or order well in advance (or pay for express shipping).

3) The 'on/off' button doesn't really turn the printer off. The little green light is only a little annoying - but when the ink cartridges are empty the big red flashing light is very annoying, as is the LCD with the message about the empty ink - you have to unplug the printer to turn it off. I expect other error conditions are similar. Does Kodak fail to understand the meaning of "on" and "off"?
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