Luckily, the unlabeled buttons are for navigating the menus, so it's not a huge deal. The menu system and buttons are quite intuitive. This setting will generally be the best choice for everyday pictures. Cargando...
This information is stored to the picture card along with the images. A plastic lens cap grips the camera case when the lens is retracted, lightly enough to not strain the mechanism when the lens extends. Specification Sheet Download (PDF) Note: The package configurations of this product vary. Image Storage & Interface The DC280 comes equipped with a "CompactFlash" ATA-compatible 20 MB picture card. https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/kodakdc280
Protect: Prevents an image from being accidentally erased from the picture card. The resolution of the image at this setting is 1760 x 1168 pixels. We often recommend external card readers for our readers, to transfer image files to the host computer more rapidly: With a direct USB connection to the camera though, such accessories really Fluorescent: Adjusts the white balance for images captured under fluorescent lighting to remove the greenish tint that sometimes occurs.
Also lets you choose how many copies of the image to print. FEATURES ∧ Superb Speech Intelligibility Slim Unobtrusive Design Wide Horizontal Dispersion Vertical Beam Steering 32-bit floating point DSP Control of Vertical Beam Dual Line Inputs Volume Control Delay (up to 20 Steve's Conclusion The DC280 is a good choice for those who want a reasonably fast 2- megapixel digicam capable of creating images large enough for photo- quality prints up to 8x10" I'd only recommend a 3 megapixel camera if you intend to print 8x10s regularly.A USB Compact Flash card reader is a great option, too.
Effects Default: Lets you choose a special effect for your pictures whenever you turn on your camera and begin capturing images. The DC280 has a CompactFlash Type I card slot and comes with an 8MB card. If you'll post an album of your samples (it's easy to do, and free) and email us at [email protected], we'll list the album here for others to see! visit Looking at the back of the camera (lousy picture, sorry), there are quite a few buttons.
Zoom mode lets you zoom in, and scroll around in real-time, which is a nice feature. Information: Displays the Picture Info screen that includes information about the image being viewed. Because it looks and feels like a regular compact film camera, consumers going digital for the first time will be comfortable using it right from the start. Its 1,792 x 1,200 resolution allows for fine detail even at large image sizes.
On the DC280, the shot-to-shot cycle time varies in an interesting fashion: For the first three shots, you'll be able to snap away once every 3-4 seconds. http://www.kodak.com/cluster/global/en/digital/genInfo/dc280.jhtml The zoom control toggle on top allows you to quickly zoom in on your subject, with a standard focusing range of 20 inches (0.5 m) to infinity in wide-angle or telephoto White Balance Default: Lets you choose a white balance setting to be in effect every time you turn on the camera. Was this review helpful to you?
Cargando... Nothing could be simpler. Border Transfer Application Software: Lets you change bitmap (BMP) files into border (BDR) format so that you can copy the borders to your picture card and use them when capturing images. On the top of the camera, you'll find the Status Display which shows icons for the different camera settings, if the settings are enabled.
The DC280 is also equipped with another LCD option that locks the exposure and white balance settings when the shutter is tripped for the first shot in a series, or when Yes No Sending feedback... Note that formatting the picture card erases all the borders you've loaded: If you reformat, you'll need to reload. BZF 1.171 visualizaciones 6:53 A wee look at my first digital camera - the Kodak mc3 - Duración: 35:03.
For Windows-based systems, there are 8 applications: Mounter Software: Lets you view pictures on the picture card and copy selected pictures to your computer. See all Used offers. Check out Steve's Digicams review of the DC280.
If there were half as many squares in that matrix, it would be Standard (896x592). Idioma: Español Ubicación del contenido: España Modo restringido: No Historial Ayuda Cargando... Inicia sesión para que tengamos en cuenta tu opinión. The lens is a 2X optical (30-60mm equiv) zoom lens with an aperture range of F3 - F7.6 (Wide); F3.8 - F9.6 (Tele).
To make matters worse, only a few of them were labeled. For television display, you first need to connect the camera to your TV with the video cable supplied. A macro (close-up) feature adds the flexibility of allowing you to clearly focus on small subjects at a relatively close distance from between 9.8 and 20 inches (0.25 to 0.5 m). No threaded lens for accessories.
While the DC280 comes with four AA batteries, like all digital cameras, it drains batteries quickly. And on the bottom is the USB and Serial data I/O port for downloading to your computer. Small LCD monitor. They are quickly and easily changed due to the inline design of the battery holder located on the bottom of the camera.
When reviewing images, a press of the Menu button displays a series of icons on the left of the LCD. Looking now at the top of the camera, we see the usual assortment of buttons. Having quite a bit of hands-on experience with various Sony cameras, I and my partner were actually stunned by how clear the DC280's images were in a variety of lighting conditions.There On the right is the shutter release, flash mode button, and zoom rocker switch.