Reviews and Problems with Kodak A250 50-in-1 Card Reader
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Great card reader... FOR THREE DAYS!
Gary R. Alves "Gary Alves", Amazon
22 October 2012
Summary: After 3rd or 4th time I used it, it stopped reading the cards. A closer look at the "pins" inside they were all bent up. My fault? I dunno... how do you bend the pins when they all automatically line up when card is inserted? Looks and feels sturdy? Well, I won't give it one star because at the price I guess I shouldn't have real high expectations... keep yours low... insert the cards VERY carefully and you won't be too disappointed!
Summary: The card reader was easily found by my computer and with the detachable cord it is easy to carry in my purse and take back and forth to work with me. When traveling it fits perfectly in my carry on. I can quickly upload pictures from my camera to my hard drive or Facebook or any other site. I recommend the Kodak A250 and the price is right!
Summary: At first I ran into a few problems with it functioning correctly. When I connected it to my laptop it wouldn't read it sometimes. That lasted maybe a month. I don't know what, if anything, I did to fix that but it works just fine now and has been worth what it costs.
Summary: I'm a bit mystified at the marketing-speak that allows this to be described as 50-in-1, since there are 5 slots. It's worked well for the CF stuff I wanted to do, thus far, and was really blazingly fast. I like that it's inherently got a Micro SD slot instead of relying on an adapter.
Summary: I just needed a micro sd reader and all the store had was this USB horse shoe looking thing. When I have it in the USB port it's so big the port next to it can't be used. It worked like it should the first couple of times then the transfer rate tanked (it's very slow now) I ended up with a Sandisk card reader and it works fine. I like Kodak products for the most part but this device let me down.
Summary: Finally, I found a card reader that I needed! I had attempted twice before to get a less expensive ones on eBay. After twice getting a reader from China or Tokyo or wherever, it didn't have the Compact Flash reader (which is what I needed). This one DOES read the Compact Flash which is what my Canon Digital Rebel uses AND also reads the sD card which my Nikon J1 uses. PERFECT! Worth the extra $ for the right product and no hassle.
Summary: One of the most used holiday gifts I have ever received. The card reader is totally portable, so I can use it in both my home computer and office computer and even take it with me on travels so that I download my photos for sharing on-line. Using it is easy - just pop the cable into the USB port, stick in your memory card and then voila.
Summary: I bought this reader to stay in my camera bag and it works great! Small enough to fit in any one of the side pocket areas in the bag and with the ability of reading so many card types I never have to worry about which camera body I'm shooting with! Great product that simply does what it is supposed to do!