Ping-Kodak,Ron Baird

Discussion in 'Kodak' started by Eric, Nov 24, 2003.

  1. Eric

    Eric Guest


    Have apppreciated your help in the past along with several others who have
    helped me. I have been looking at a Fuji s5000 and a Canon A80. Kodak has
    always had great picture quality which is why I would prefer staying put.
    A couple things I would prefer. The Fuji has a 10x optical zoom which is
    very beneficial to me. The Canon has great picture quality and takes AA
    batteries and Compact Flash, of which I have a 256 card already. Is there
    some advice you can give me as far as a Kodak that has similar specs?
    Also, I have a camera dock for my original DX3600 which I assume is useless
    for any new camera. But that would be a plus if I could continue using it.

    Thanks again Ron,

    Eric, Nov 24, 2003
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  2. Eric

    Ron Baird Guest

    Hi Eric,

    I would draw your attention to the Kodak DX6490. It too has a 10X optical
    zoom (and a 5X Advanced Digital Zoom) to take it to 30X if you wanted it.
    The camera also has EVF or electronic viewfinder for a good view of the
    scene at all times. This model also includes external flash, so you can
    extend the flash range quite a distance. There are lots more features and I
    suggest you check out the Kodak site for details. Great camera.

    In addition, the DX6490 is compatible with KODAK EASYSHARE System. Use the
    on-camera Share button while shooting to tag images for immediate printing
    or emailing when you dock. Just set camera in an EASYSHARE Dock to charge
    battery and easily transfer, email or print photos. Camera dock 6000 is
    included with camera. So, you can sell the other on eBay, should you decide
    to buy this model. Actually, you can also get the Printer Dock 6000 that
    will do 4x6 dye Thermal prints. Pretty nice!

    Anyway, give it a look, and let me know if you have any questions. I am
    usually here.

    Talk to you soon,

    Ron Baird
    Eastman Kodak Company
    Ron Baird, Nov 24, 2003
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