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Old 12-02-2005, 10:13 PM   #41
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In my JROTC, we use a Cybershot 5.1, and it'* ok.

I personally use a Kodak Easy Share (can't think of the #) and I love it.
Hate to burst your bubble, but the Kodak cameras use the lowest quality CCD'* on the market. More vibrant colors can be had in any other brand.
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In my JROTC, we use a Cybershot 5.1, and it'* ok.

I personally use a Kodak Easy Share (can't think of the #) and I love it.
Hate to burst your bubble, but the Kodak cameras use the lowest quality CCD'* on the market. More vibrant colors can be had in any other brand.
But for the price, it'* a great camera. I paid like $150 for mine, because I don't have $500 or better for one.
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In my JROTC, we use a Cybershot 5.1, and it'* ok.

I personally use a Kodak Easy Share (can't think of the #) and I love it.
Hate to burst your bubble, but the Kodak cameras use the lowest quality CCD'* on the market. More vibrant colors can be had in any other brand.
But for the price, it'* a great camera. I paid like $150 for mine, because I don't have $500 or better for one.
Does the easyshare still use proprietary software to get the pics off the cam? They used to, but not sure if they still do.

When it comes time to replace that sucker, there'* a TON of good cameras in that price range now.
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In my JROTC, we use a Cybershot 5.1, and it'* ok.

I personally use a Kodak Easy Share (can't think of the #) and I love it.
Hate to burst your bubble, but the Kodak cameras use the lowest quality CCD'* on the market. More vibrant colors can be had in any other brand.
But for the price, it'* a great camera. I paid like $150 for mine, because I don't have $500 or better for one.
Does the easyshare still use proprietary software to get the pics off the cam? They used to, but not sure if they still do.

When it comes time to replace that sucker, there'* a TON of good cameras in that price range now.
I have no idea what that is.
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Do you have to use the Kodak software to get the pics off the camera and print them? Or can you see the camera'* storage in windows explorer?
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Do you have to use the Kodak software to get the pics off the camera and print them? Or can you see the camera'* storage in windows explorer?
I think you might have to for the Kodak. My parents have a newer one and the pictures go into the Kodak program to upload them to the computer. But to get around the annoyances of that program we use Picasa which pulls the pictures into the program and is a great program.
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We use Kodak, but my mom does have Picasa.
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