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Don't Ever Miss Kodak Moments Again

Reviewing: Kodak Dc 280  |  Rating:
Arplix Franklin By Arplix Franklin on
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First off the Kodak DC280 is a heavy duty camera and mine has survived a few spills. Kodak packed this boy full of goodies!

Box included:

8mb flash card

4 AA batteries, 4 AA rechargeable batteries and a Kodak charger

Wrist strap

video out cable

Serial cable with mac adapter

USB cable

Software (Photodelux 3.0 for windows and 2.0 for mac), pagemail 3.0 and Kodak's software.)

Also owners manual and quick tips.


1760 x 1168 max resilution

2x optical zoom

3x digital zoom

1.8 inch color LCD

This camera also includes built in filters such as black and white, sepia, document and negative. It also has fun frames already on the camera to add fun and flare to your photos! It is easy to operate just to the dial on the back to whatever selection you want and scroll through the menus. Hooking it up to the computer is very easy also just plug in the USB cable put the camera on "connect" and the computer picks it up instantly!

It is an amazing camera and it takes great pictures for being I believe 7-8 years old. It is very big compared to todays cameras and heavy weighing at I believe 4 pounds. The viewfinder is a bit hard to use with glasses but it is something you get used to. It also has an attached lens cap so you never have to worry about loosing it. I've decided if my camera ever does decide to take it's last picture I will be getting another one of these.

Update On May 02, 2011: After 11 very faithful years my Kodak finally bit the dust back in December and I really miss it. I find all those moments now that I'd like to take pictures that I can't and I have honestly thought about buying another but everyone is telling me to get something new not vintage lol I'm not sure what happened it sucked life from the batteries, the screen couldn't be on while taking a picture or it shut off and when you took a picture all that you saw was a mishaped blob of colors. So for 11 years of picture taking my hat goes off to the Kodak DC280 I can only hope my next camera serves me as well.