KODAK DC210 PLUS DRIVER DOWNLOAD
One of the top names in phone camera lenses now has options for those who shoot a little or a lot. The Kodak DC20 was an early digital camera released by Kodak in Some were branded as “Digital Science”. Given the size of the DC’s images though, serial transfer can be tedious, even at the Kbaud maximum transfer rate. You can get a good idea of the DC’s detail-rendering capability in a real application by looking at the standard house image. With its four AA-cell batteries installed, the camera weighs in at a fairly hefty
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Kodak DC plus: Digital Photography Review
They should be hailed for expanding the range of situations in which digital cameras can effectively be used. Overall though, we strongly recommend rechargeable NiMH batteries for all digital camera usage.
In real picture-taking situations, the camera revealed great detail in all situations, and provided superior color rendition under a wide variety of lighting conditions. In review mode, the back-panel buttons work in conjunction with on-screen icons to control picture viewing.
Like the DC50, it also had a 3: Included Software Good software can be key to getting the most out of your digital camera investment, and Kodak has been generous in this department with the DC The DC however, is absolutely superlative in its color management: Like most digital cameras, it has a serial port allowing it to connect to either Windows or Mac machines with a simple serial cable.
Overall, you may find yourself getting more use out of the TV output than you initially thought At the time of this writing January,their DC topped the broadest line of point and shoot digital cameras in the market, with nearly a million “real” pixels on the CCD, truly impressive picture quality, excellent optics, and a form factor more closely resembling conventional koak and shoot cameras than did earlier Kodak “brick” models, such as the DC50 and DC Although we usually ended up using the PC card adapter to dump an entire cardful of images at once, we liked the idea of the “Mounter” utility very much: The plks mode on the DC deserves special mention: Okdak the Kodak web page for the DC – They also have an excellent “guided tour” of the DC that gives you a good idea of how it works, and what the user interface is like.
Mobile Accessories by Joshua Goldman Nov 5, The area shown by the viewfinder is shifted to the upper left-hand corner of the image actually captured. A special zoom mode enlarges the image pixels to match those llus the display itself. First Impressions At first glance, the DC could easily be mistaken for a conventional film-based point and shoot camera. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic.
It came kkodak only 1 megabyte of internal flash memory, which could only store 8 or 16 images, depending on image quality, and did not support external flash memory. A dial on the back of the camera selects among four different operating modes: Also, laptop users are likely to have PC-card slots available see belowmaking the IrDA capability redundant.
Although it doesn’t reach the “microscopic” levels of some devices on the market, it will be more than adequate for any normal close-up requirement, providing excellent detail and a full-frame coverage of roughly 5. For the rest of us, using the optical finder means either carrying along a soft LCD-wiper cloth, or putting up with distracting smudges on the LCD surface. It came with a black and white text LCD to report basic camera statistics, but did not come with a graphical LCD for picture review.
On a minor negative note though, we found the viewfinder slightly inaccurate in our testing: We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read. A second self-timer feature lets the photographer get in the picture with the subjects. As we mentioned earlier, LCD panels on digital cameras can really “eat” batteries, and the DC’s is no exception.
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This does much to improve the usefulness of the camera, allowing the operator to adjust kodxk exposure to compensate for backlighting, or light subjects against dark backgrounds. This may sound like a lot of buttons, but we found the control layout and operation to be very logical. This article does not cite any sources.