Early Digital Camera 2000s

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The Kodak DC290 digital camera offers some of the most sophisticated features available on a consumer digital camera. While it’s no lightweight, the DC290 can offer you quite a bit if you need professional-level quality and customization. It delivers two-megapixel resolution (1,792 x 1,200) for fine detail even on large image sizes–plus it lets you take uncompressed TIFF images for no-loss photo quality. It also lets you record and play back audio clips. It uses Kodak’s easy-to-use menu system, one of the most intuitive we’ve seen in the digital camera realm.

The Kodak DC290 includes a 3x optical/2x digital zoom. The built-in flash comes with four modes, including red-eye reduction. Special camera modes include time lapse and burst modes as well as auto and manual exposure settings. The Digita scripting feature gives you additional control and customization–you can use it to add text and sound, catalog pictures, and adjust color balance and contrast.

The Kodak DC290 has a large, bright 2-inch LCD monitor and includes a generous 16 MB CompactFlash memory card. The camera supports USB connectivity for fast, cross-platform downloads. It comes with 4 AA batteries and an AC adapter; however, like all digital cameras, it drains batteries quickly. We recommend investing in a set of rechargeables.


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