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KODAK DIGITAL CAMERA DC4800 DRIVER
Kodak DC Zoom Digital Camera Review: Intro and Highlights
Click here for a print-optimized page. Manufacturer Overview Kodak is unquestionably one of the dominant companies in the field of photography.
While the bulk of their enormous business is built upon Kodak Digital Camera DC4800 film-based photography, they continue to move further and further into digital. The DC represents the present July, top of their consumer digicam lineup, and is their first consumer camera to break the 3 megapixel barrier.
Kodak DC4800 Review
As we'll see though, the DC represents more than just an increase in pixel count relative to earlier Kodak cameras, but also provides significantly more picture-taking control than earlier Kodak consumer models. Oh and just to make sure nobody misses it, we'll say right up front that the DC takes beautiful pictures with brilliant color excellent resolution. White balance Kodak Digital Camera DC4800 Automatic, Daylight, Flash, Tungsten, Fluorescent and Manual modes, plus selectable color temperatures from 2, to 10, Kelvin. Using the Kodak Kodak Digital Camera DC4800 I'm going to discuss record and playback mode in this section.
Kodak Digital Camera DC4800 Mode The camera takes less than 4 seconds to start up, from the time you push the on button, to the time the LCD is on and you can take a picture. The camera is very responsive: You can shoot as fast as you can compose! Record mode shows very little info on the main LCD - most is on the LCD info display on top of the camera In Program mode, you pretty much just point and shoot. But there are many options you can change in addition to those which are buttons on the camera.
In the well designed menu, you'll find: In the separate setup mode, you can access some of the more basic camera settings like power saving, time, and card formatting. Now back to Kodak Digital Camera DC4800 exposure mode part of the menu. In program menu, you can't touch this.
Kodak DC Review: Digital Photography Review
However, toss it into one of the three aperture priority modes using the Kodak Digital Camera DC4800 wheeland you can go at it. If you leave exposure mode set to "auto", the camera will choose the shutter speed. But what about slower speeds", you can choose from a range of 0. Want to see what this full manual mode can let you do?
The two photos below were both taken at f2. The photo on the left had a shutter speed of 1.
If you're wondering about the green light on the left of the photo, it's excess light from a traffic light. I found the night shots to be competitive with the Olympus CZ and Nikon Coolpixwhich I consider the cream of the 3 Megapixel crop.
Kodak DC 4800 3.1MP Digital Camera
There aren't any mysterious artifacts in the sky, as Kodak Digital Camera DC4800 can see. And now onto another nice feature -- manual white balance. In addition to auto, and presets for various forms of light, the DC gives you two choices: You can see the results in real time on the LCD screen.
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I found this mode to be quite handy, especially in my "lab" where auto white balance doesn't usually work. Kodak hit the press rooms with the DC on 6th June this year, with a 3x Kodak Digital Camera DC4800 Kodak DC MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom. Reviewed Dec 7, • 21 sample photos · Review. Buy on Kodak DC MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom.
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