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Manufacturer Overview Kodak has long been a "power player" in the world of digital cameras, but for some time now has had a noticeable gap in their product lineup, with inexpensive, easy to use consumer models at one end of the range the DC and DC Plusand powerful prosumer units with scripting and a host of advanced features at the high end the DC Thus, Kodak's lineup has jumped from 1. Until now, that is: Kodak Digital Camera DC-240 has now developed the DC digital camera, combining a 1. While it doesn't quite pass the "shirt-pocket" test, it's small enough for a briefcase or large purse, and convenient enough to carry to your next meeting or family gathering.

Kodak DC240 - digital camera Series

High 1, x pixels and Standard x pixels. Best stores about three images per megabyte of storage space, Better stores four images per megabyte, and Good stores approximately seven images per megabyte.


At its highest quality setting, the DC produces image files large enough to make high-quality 5 x 7-inch photographic prints. Lower settings are suitable for Web publishing and sharing photographs over the Internet. The zoom control toggle on top allows you to quickly zoom in on your subject with a standard focus range of Kodak Digital Camera DC-240 inches 0.


A Macro close-up feature adds the flexibility of focusing Kodak Digital Camera DC-240 small subjects at relatively close distances-between 9. The 2X digital zoom affords even closer inspection, but since it is a digital enlargement of the center CCD pixels, rather than a true optical zoom, image quality will be sacrificed. The DC's molded plastic body measures 5. It has a silver and gray metallic finish on the front, with a black handgrip that wraps around the right side of the camera and blends into a solid black coating on the back.

Both the power switch and shutter button on top of the camera are readily accessible, without undo reaching or having to adjust your grip on the camera. The Mode dial is located in the lower right quadrant of the back panel, making it simple to rotate with the right thumb.


Key features on the camera's front panel include the onboard flash, eye-level optical viewfinder, light sensor to indicate flash and autofocus statuscamera lens, and indicator light for the self-timer. The lens retracts when the camera is turned off Kodak Digital Camera DC-240 extends when turned on. A plastic lens cap grips the camera case when the lens retracts, but is light enough to not strain the mechanism as it extends.

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The controls on the back side of the camera are arranged much like the previous DC and DC models. Most camera functions are controlled via the LCD menu system, Kodak Digital Camera DC-240 activated by the Menu button at the upper left corner. Major operating modes are selected with the Mode dial, while menu options are selected with the Scroll buttons located above and below the central function button on the right side of the LCD monitor. Th central function button, which Kodak calls the "Do It" button, activates the LCD screen and confirms selected menu options.

Kodak DC240 Zoom Digital Camera

Batteries load easily into the battery compartment, accessed from the bottom of the camera. The AC adapter, Video Out, Serial port, and USB connectors are recessed on the left side of the camera, under protective rubber flaps, and the adjoining memory card slot makes it easy to access the supplied Kodak 8MB Picture Card CompactFlash media, even when the camera is mounted on a tripod. Overall, the camera is simple to operate-using the right hand to control image capture, and the left hand to navigate through the various buttons and menu options on the LCD viewfinder.

Two metering modes allow Kodak Digital Camera DC-240 to determine how light is measured: The Multi-Pattern option examines the entire image area to determine the best exposure for the overall picture, while a Center-Weighted setting bases its exposure primarily on the central portion of the frame. By using Center-Weighted metering to measure the light on a subject centered in the frame, and pressing the shutter button halfway, you can lock in an exposure and recompose the picture as you wish, without losing the original exposure rating. The White Balance feature allows you to adjust your exposures for special lighting Kodak Digital Camera DC-240.

Options include Auto, Daylight, Fluorescent, and Tungsten light sources. A Sharpness feature provides three sharpness settings: Sharp highlights edges in the image to make them stand out; Standard makes no sharpness adjustment; and Soft blurs the edges so they blend in better Kodak Digital Camera DC-240 the background. Other DC features include: It has a compact, ergonomic design much like a traditional camera, and caters to right-handed camera users, as do most cameras we've tested.

While it doesn't quite pass the "shirt-pocket" test, all-in-all it's an easy to master design, and small enough to encourage packing it along on most trips. Detailed review of the Kodak Kodak Digital Camera DC-240 digital camera. Links to sample pictures and data sheet.

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