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Kodak DC210 Plus Digital Camera
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- 1,152 x 864 resolution
- 2x zoom lens
- Easy-to-use interface and menu
- 8-MB removable CompactFlash memory card
- Relatively compact
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|Auto Focus Technology|
|External Memory Included||Yes|
|Flash Memory Type||Compact Flash|
|Flash Type||Built-in Flash|
|Focus Type||Autofocus Only|
|Image Aspect Ratio||4:3|
|Item Dimensions||1.87 x 3.19 x 5.16 inches|
|Item Weight||0.88 pounds|
|Macro Focus Range||20 cm|
|Maximum Aperture Range||F4.0 - F4.8|
|Maximum Focal Length||58 mm|
|Maximum Shutter Speed||1/362 of a second|
|Maximum horizontal resolution||1,152|
|Minimum Focal Length||29 mm|
|Minimum Shutter Speed||1 second|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||1 MP|
|Photo Sensor Technology||CCD|
|Shipping Weight||3.4 pounds|
|Supported Battery Types||AA (4) batteries (NiMH recommended)|
|Viewfinder Type||Optical (tunnel)|
|Water Resistance Level||Not Water Resistant|
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Top Customer Reviews
There are a couple of problems with this camera:
If you use the LCD panel(for previewing pictures you have taken), your batteries (4 AAs) will be drained - FAST.
The 4 mg memory card that comes with this camera is really not enough. I would recommend that anyone buying this camera buy the 32mg chip. With 32mg, (and the 4mg card) you can take more about 130-140 photos at the highest resolution (the recommended resolution if you want to print your photos). This makes the camera great to take on vacations - you don't have to worry about running out of memory.
It takes a long time to transfer photos to a computer. I recommend getting the Parallel Picture Card Reader (from Kodak) which will make the photo transfer lots faster.
Buying these various accessories does add to the cost of the camera, but it is well worth it.
The print quality of these pictures is pretty good (although NOT regular photo quality). You can upload your photos to Kodak and they will print them and send them to you through the mail. Also, they will set up a URL where your friends and family can see and order your uploaded photos.
As much as I love this camera, I think that I will eventually buy a higher end version (maybe the Kodak 260) so that I can have better print quality for my photos.
Don't listen to people grumbling about battery life. Spend a couple of dollars more and buy two sets of AA size Ni-Cad rechargable batteries (8 in all) plus a charger, and you'll never think about the cost of batteries again. The carry case even comes with elastic holders to carry the batteries in.
Great camera. I recommend it.
The camera has a really nice user interface for setting the camera configurations, viewing stored photos, transfering photos to a PC, and deleting photos from the camera. It is compact and easy to use. It also has a few nice features like a timer, and closeup modes.
The only drawbacks are, it doesn't take shots that require a telephoto lens very well. For example, I've tried to take a simple picture of Mt. Ranier, a huge/stunning mountain visible from most anywhere near where we live, and none of them turned out too well. It also takes a while to download onto the computer (for highest resolution photos it's about 18/10-15 minutes) If you have a laptop I suggest you get the Flash card PCMCIA adapter. It allows you to get the pictures off the Flash card lightnight fast.
If you're looking for a good digital camera that could replace your film camera this is a great candidate despite the flaws.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this camera when it first came out in 1998 for $700 + TAX!!!!
This is what i got: Unnatural blurry pictures, 4 AA batteries run out after 10 shots, no options, slow... Read more
As digital cameras with better resolution appear, the Kodak DC-210 seems perhaps outdated. But it is not. For pictures to insert into web pages, it is perfect. Read morePublished on September 14, 2003 by firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are looking for speed this is not your camera. I love it! I am more into quality of pictures rather than the speed I can take them. Read morePublished on December 10, 2002 by Jennifer Stenton
Initially the camera worked fine. Pictures were of good quality and all features worked fine. After only a few months the camera's performance has dropped considerably. Read morePublished on November 1, 2002 by C. McCloud
I guess I expected more from Kodak. This camera takes a long time to turn on, a long time between pictures, and a long time to transfer pictures. Picture quality was adequate. Read morePublished on June 20, 2002 by Daiku
This is my second experience using a digital camera (the other was an Olympus). The software is a pain to install, and I tried installing it on at least thre different computers... Read morePublished on June 23, 2001