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Thursday, December 14, 2006
The reality of the modern PC and Windows-equipped office is very different. Email actually generates more waste paper as office workers needlessly print emails out to read them, while the low cost of printing in general means that companies can afford to bury us all in mountains of junk mail.
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Wednesday, December 06, 2006
Kodak as a company is one of the founding fathers of photography, but for a while seemed to have lost its way in the transition from film to digital. In recent years though, it seems to have regained direction. Rather than go for the high-end camera market, Kodak focuses on making digital photography easy, which for the less technologically inclined it still isn't.
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Wednesday, November 29, 2006
In case you hadn't noticed, the Christmas season is nearly upon us. Whatever your philosophical persuasion, this usually entails a few weeks of parties, family gatherings and other social occasions, and that means plenty of opportunities for photographs of long-lost relatives, large groups of unruly children, along with tables full of slightly drunk and overfed people slipping quietly into turkey coma. Given that all our waistlines traditionally expand by a few inches at this time of year, what you really need for this is a wide angle lens, in many cases the wider the better.
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Wednesday, May 10, 2006
The EasyShare V610 is a superb compact digital camera with an amazing amount of features squeezed into a slim body. The dual lens system gives you an amazing focal length without the usual problems associated with a very long lens. The panoramic feature is more than just a gimmick and works brilliantly, while the integrated Bluetooth makes sharing your pictures a breeze. Image quality is also well above average as long as you don't push the ISO too high. If you're looking for a feature rich, do it all camera but don't want a digital SLR, the V610 is definitely worth considering...
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Saturday, February 04, 2006
There are plenty of good things to say about the EasyShare printer dock plus series 3: it's inexpensive, very versatile in the cameras and phones it can work with, cheap to run and produces excellent full colour, coated prints. It may not be the fastest photo-printer on the planet and it's limited to 15 x 10cm prints, but if that's what you want, and especially if you have a dockable Kodak camera, it's a great choice. Somebody should work on that name, though...
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Thursday, November 24, 2005
The P850 Zoom is the second camera in Kodak's new EASYSHARE P-Series of advanced digital cameras. The Easyshare P850 Zoom is a high performance "super zoom" camera for photographers of all experience levels. It incorporates a 36-432mm (35mm equiv) 12x optical Schneider-KREUZNACH VARIOGON zoom lens with image stablization and a high resolution 5.1-megapixel imager for professional-quality prints...
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Wednesday, November 23, 2005
The Kodak EASYSHARE-ONE is the first to integrate 802.11b wireless (WiFi) connectivity into a digital camera that allows people to share and print their images wirelessly. The camera features a 4-megapixel imager, high quality SCHNEIDER- KREUZNACH 3x optical zoom lens, a large 3-inch touchscreen color LCD, the exclusive KODAK Color Science image processing chip and 256 megabytes of memory. The camera's album feature holds up to 1,500 "favorite pictures" for instant display on the LCD with your family and friends...
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Monday, October 31, 2005
Wi-Fi is all the rage. It's moved from geeks to mainstream, especially when a hardly cutting-edge company like Kodak introduces a Wi-Fi- enabled digital camera. The EasyShare One lets you email pictures from the camera and connect to the Kodak EasyShare Gallery (formerly Ofoto) using the 802.11b protocol. Once on the site you can alert folks that you have images to share and access all of your images. Kodak is working with T-Mobile so you have 6,000 hotspots across the U.S. to choose from to beam your images to the outside world. Or if that's not your cup of latte you can simply beam photos to your Wi-Fi enabled laptop or printer. The new 4-megapixel digicam goes beyond offering wireless connectivity. The camera has 256MB of internal memory so it holds up to 1,500 images, making it a portable digital photo album. It also has a huge swivelling 3-inch touch-screen LCD for framing and reviewing your Kodak moments...
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Wednesday, October 26, 2005
The Kodak Easyshare Photo Printer 500 brings the benefits of real Kodak pictures at home to virtually all digital camera and camera phone owners - with or without a computer. People who use CANON, SONY, OLYMPUS, NIKON, HP and other camera brands can experience the same great quality that Kodak Easyshare camera owners have enjoyed for the past two years. With the Photo Printer 500, people can view and edit their pictures on a large, bright, 3.5-inch LCD screen - the world's largest on a snapshot photo printer. The LCD screen can be closed, making it more convenient to move around the home or take on trips, as well as protecting it from dust...
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Wednesday, October 19, 2005
The first impression of the C360 is one of user-friendly simplicity. In overall design I can only describe it as cute, with a compact, rounded and easy-to-hold shape and large, well-labeled controls. The 2in LCD monitor is bright and easy to read, and with 110,000 pixels it is nice and sharp too. The camera body is made from silver-coloured high-impact plastic, with some metal parts such as the band around the top and left side, and the insert into handgrip...
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Thursday, September 29, 2005
The Kodak EasyShare V550 is a stylish, well made and technically impressive camera, with excellent performance and exceptionally good image quality. Both the camera and the supplied software are very easy to use, making this a good choice for a demanding first-time buyer, or as a second camera for an experienced user. It is a little more expensive than some of its competition, but hopefully the price will drop over the next few weeks. This could be the camera that gives Kodak the market share it's been waiting for...
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Friday, July 29, 2005
Capturing and sharing high detail images is easy with the new 5.0-megapixel Kodak EasyShare C360 digital camera. It's small, light, well assembled and offers exceptional value for the features it has had to offer...
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Friday, July 22, 2005
The EASYSHARE C360 camera bundled with the Printer Dock Series 3 offers a full-featured, affordable digital camera system with a touch of style. The elegant, pocket-sized design lets you take the camera everywhere, then capture, print and share both everyday and once-in-a-lifetime moments. The large, two-inch LCD display enables instant picture review and sharing right on the camera. Convenient, intuitive controls provide access to most functions with just a slight thumb movement...
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The EASYSHARE V550 breaks new ground in blending video and still photography. For the first time, videos can be automatically turned into stop-action still pictures perfect for printing and sharing. Record longer, TV-quality videos with sound - up to 80 continuous minutes - while using less memory storage. Avoid on-screen shaking with built-in digital image stabilization technology, and zoom-in on video subjects while recording using the 3x optical SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH lens. Then watch the videos with friends on the big, bright, 2.5-inch LCD screen, viewable from nearly any angle...
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Thursday, March 31, 2005
If you're looking for a little more than a basic snapshot camera without spending a fortune then the Z700 is worth considering. It is well made, easy to use and has enough versatility for creative photography, albeit on a fairly limited scale. The 5x optical zoom lens is a good compromise between a pocket compact and a full-scale super-zoom. Picture quality is reasonable in good conditions, and the optional Kodak Printer Dock should make printing your pictures child's play.
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