Connections Memory Card Slot. A many-minute serial-cable transfer takes literally seconds with the Picture Card plugged directly into your computer! Do you have a DC camera? The very high power drain of some cameras can cause Lithium cells to overheat dangerously, but the apparently does not have this problem. Capture mode lets you take pictures, review mode lets you look at and selectively delete previously-captured images, and connect mode lets you transfer pictures via either the serial cable or infrared interface. This is a welcome departure from Kodak’s previous use of proprietary file formats for removable camera storage:
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Kodak Dc210 Plus – Digital Camera Specifications
Its focus ranges from 19 inches 0. In review kldak, the back-panel buttons work in conjunction with on-screen icons to control picture viewing. It had no liquid crystal display LCD for reviewing pictures.
Its CCD sensor had a maximum resolution of x pixels. It would be at home anywhere high resolution and good image quality are needed. Kodam included a macro adapter, a telephoto converter, and a wide-angle converter from Tiffen.
Given the very large file sizes the DC can produce, we strongly recommend purchasing the optional PC-card adapter, and equipping your computer with a PC Card reader if koadk doesn’t already have one. Some were branded as “Digital Science”.
Retrieved from ” https: 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: While you can control koxak camera from the computer, the length of time it takes to transfer a high-resolution image over a pokey serial cable means it isn’t too practical to do plu.
Files are stored on the Picture Cards in the final format needed by your computer. Image Technical Services Vroegh v. Environmental Parameters Min Operating Temperature. Although nickel-metal hydride Ni-MH 1.
Exposure The camera’s equivalent ISO speed is quoted atand available lens apertures run from f4. There were dx210 add-on lenses released for the Kodak DC Kodak has always been identified with good color rendition, in both the analog and digital realms.
You’re also welcome koodak download the images for personal use only to modak how they look when output on your own printer. Take our advice, and use a tripod when the light is dim! Other cameras with similar slow-shutter capability already on the market have in some cases been criticized for poor autofocus performance in low light situations. It also had a color LCD for picture review. 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.
Mobile by Stephen Shankland 10 days ago. Given the size of the DC’s images though, serial transfer can be tedious, even at the Kbaud maximum transfer rate.
Kodak DC plus: Digital Photography Review
Either get some good-quality rechargeable batteries see the Imaging Resource discussion on batteries for detailsor limit your LCD usage! Sony Alpha mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera almost has it all Sony Alpha mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera almost has it all by Lori Grunin.
Lens System Optical Zoom. Why should this be a surprise? Even better, “real time” slide shows of family get-togethers can be great fun as well. As mentioned earlier, the LCD can be turned on for a live “preview” by pressing the blue “ok” button on the back panel. 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 point and shoot cameras than did earlier Kodak “brick” models, such as the DC50 and DC Depending on the image size and quality setting chosen, a 4 MB card will store anywhere from pictures.
It did not support the JPEG image file format, storing images in Kodak’s proprietary K25 file format instead, as the JPEG image standard dc201 very new and still under development at the time the camera was being designed.