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Kodak Easyshare Camera Dock II for CX/DX 3000 and 4000 Series Cameras

by Kodak

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  • Fast USB connection allows easy transfer of digital images from camera to computer
  • Compatible with all Kodak CX and DX series digital cameras
  • Automatically recharges your camera's battery pack
  • 2-color LED indicates transfer/battery charging
  • Includes camera dock, 7-volt AC adapter, Kodak Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack
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Product Description

Product Description

Print pictures or e-mail them to family and friends instantly with this Kodak EasyShare Camera Dock II. The camera's battery pack automatically recharges while it's docked, and the fast USB connection allows easy transfer of photos from camera to computer. Features: compatibility with all Kodak CX and DX 3000 and 4000 series digital cameras; 1-button file transfer; 2-color LED indicates transfer and battery charging; 7-volt AC adapter; a Kodak Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack; and quick start guide. Made in USA. 1Hx5-1/2Wx3D".

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The Kodak Camera Dock is compatible with all Kodak CX and DX series digital cameras, and includes a USB port for the fast and easy transfer of pictures from camera to computer. Each Kodak CX and DX camera comes with a custom insert to allow it to fit into the Camera Dock. Once the camera has been inserted into the dock, simply push one button to transfer your images to a computer. Meanwhile, the dock will recharge the camera's battery pack and act as its power supply.

The dock comes with a rechargeable battery pack, and your CX or DX camera can be stored in the dock any time so it is always charged and ready to go. An LED display indicates the status of picture transfer and battery charging.

The camera dock comes with a one-year warranty. Included in the box are the dock, a 7-volt AC adapter, a rechargeable battery pack, and a Quick-Start guide.


Product Details

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  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000068U1L
  • Item model number: 1 CAT 139 0129
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 19, 2002

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Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars

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85 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Mr. JKW on December 19, 2002
BACKGROUND:
One of the most frustrating aspects about digi-cams are the "short-lives" of the batteries that come with them. Batteries tend to die out quickly, especially if you use the LCD monitor on the camera (which is one of the best things about digi-cams). Based on other reviews it seems that a lot of users have complained about the "power issues" with the Kodak DX series of cams (and other digi-cams as well). To solve your power problems (or avoid them completely), you'll definitely want to invest in the Kodak EasyShare Camera Dock II.
When I first purchased my DX3600 a year ago I got off to a great start with it. However, within a few months my DX3600 started dying out on me ALL the time, even at the most inopportune of moments. Buying new batteries did not help at all. Eventually I found my way to the Kodak EasyShare Camera Dock I. After getting Camera Dock I my power woes with the DX3600 eventually came to an end as the dock kept my camera batteries (the Ni-MH rechargeable batteries which is the recommended ones to use with the dock) fully charged. Plus it made the picture transfer process easier (ONE TOUCH!!!). At work we invested in a DX 4900 and had similar problems with the batteries dying quickly. By then the Camera Dock II came out which we invested in to even better results.
My investment in the camera docks has helped keep my cameras in tip-top working condition. Trust me, if you plan to get good use of out your camera, invest in the camera dock and Ni-MH rechargeable batteries. It will save you a lot of frustration when your camera does not die out on you at an inopportune moment.
ABOUT THE PRODUCT:
The EasyShare Camera Dock II is basically (as the name implies) an upgraded version of the first camera dock.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Michael on October 15, 2002
I have an Kodak DX3600 and the Camera Dock. I like the dock, it keeps the camera charged and makes downloading pictures and video easy. It's nice to have, but I think the price point is a bit high for what it does.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Roy Chan on April 13, 2003
Pros: Makes transferring pictures from camera to computer a snap
Cons: Have to drag it along to recharge the batteries, price
Summary: By using the Kodak EasyShare Camera Dock as storage for my camera, I never have to worry about the camera getting lost in the clutter and shuffle of our house. I always know my batteries will be completely recharged before I remove it from the Kodak EasyShare Camera Dock.
When I go on an extended vacation, I can unplug the dock from my computer and take it with me to leave in my hotel room. If you chose to, you could download images to your laptop while away. In our case, I will just use it for making sure my batteries are 100% each day. In some ways this is a hassle; I can't just use a power cord to recharge the batteries off of a wall outlet.
I also feel that the price tag is somewhat high for a computer peripheral that only serves one function. However, after buying my daughter a digital camera with only a cord between the computer and camera, and seeing the hassle she has had with it, I am glad that I opted for the Kodak EasyShare Camera Dock.
If you want to download pictures with no hassle, then the Kodak EasyShare Camera Dock makes it easy. It also works with all of the cameras in Kodak's EasyShare line.
Although a bit pricey, this peripheral by Kodak makes transferring images practically foolproof.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By D. Couse VINE VOICE on January 23, 2004
Overall, this is a handy little add-on for your Kodak Digital Camera. I own the DX4530 and really can't complain about anything with the dock.
It is true there is no USB cable with the dock, however, it runs off the one that came with your camera. So just make sure you have that one handy.
The camera fits nice and snug in it's spot within the docking station and the station doesn't really take up much space on your desk, which is also nice.
Personally, I like the one touch button to transfer photos. Why? Because under the old method of connecting the camera to the USB, you always had to turn your camera to auto, or some other mode in order for the transfer to take place. With the dock, the camera can be in the "off" position and you can still transfer photos. That means less wear and tear on the dial, which is always a good thing.
I haven't had an issue with the battery either, so previous reviews must be dealing with bad batteries. If you don't want your batteries to stay charged all the time, you can either undock the camera or just unplug the power from the back of the docking station. Not too tough really.
It really is not a necessary component. But I take a lot of pictures and am finding it to be very useful for me.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 6, 2002
At first I liked the dock to go with my DX3500 camera. It's sleek. The one-touch transfer thing is pretty cool and I liked the idea of a rechargable battery. I also likes the idea of the indicator lights. HOWEVER: The battery does not hold a charge. I was using AA lithium batteries that would last for 1000 pictures on high res with the flash. The rechargable battery does not last past 50 pictures. Sometimes even less. I called Kodak and they told me I have to take the battery out after the third light shines and then put it back in and continue charging until the charge time reaches 2.5 hours. That didn't work. I'm pretty frustrated with it.
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