Summary: I bought this camera when it first came out in 1998 for $700 + TAX!!!! This is what i got: Unnatural blurry pictures, 4 AA batteries run out after 10 shots, no options, slow shutter speed, zoom sucks, have to wait forever between pictures, uses old compact flash, slow transfer rate (serial port, 1 min per pic!), software sucks (wont install on newer versions of windows), no lens cap, nowhere to hold on while taking pictures. Please, go and get yourself a real camera.
Summary: As digital cameras with better resolution appear, the Kodak DC-210 seems perhaps outdated. But it is not. For pictures to insert into web pages, it is perfect. The DC-210 has a large LCD for viewing photos, and a two to one optical zoom lens. Using CF memory, getting pictures from the camera to your computer is very easy. It even works on my Amiga 3000. If there is any problem with the camera, it is the short battery life.
Summary: If you are looking for speed this is not your camera. I love it! I am more into quality of pictures rather than the speed I can take them. This camera lets you view every picture right after you take it and immediatly decide if you want ot keep it. I take all my pictures on the best quality and I think they are great! If you use the duracell ultra battery you shouldn't have a problem.
Summary: Initially the camera worked fine. Pictures were of good quality and all features worked fine. After only a few months the camera's performance has dropped considerably. Brand new batteries only last for about 12 pictures, the camera doesn't even power up at times even with new batteries. If you check the other reviews you'll find equally frustrating problems others have had with the DC210.
Summary: I guess I expected more from Kodak. This camera takes a long time to turn on, a long time between pictures, and a long time to transfer pictures. Picture quality was adequate. Wouldn't work in the cold, and stopped working all toghether shortly after the warranty ran out. Not recommended.
Summary: This is a 1.3 Mpix camera and is an excellent camera for this category. It takes great pictures up to 4 X 6. I have even printed out 8 X 10 that are very good. Upon close scrutiny you would notice pixels at that resolution but that would be true for any camera of this calibre. If you have a laptop and an adapter card for the memory card then downloading pictures is a breeze. No Kodak software is even needed.
Summary: This is my second experience using a digital camera (the other was an Olympus). The software is a pain to install, and I tried installing it on at least thre different computers and got problems with all. The user manual is totally unstructured and Kodak use too much jargon and buzzwords to describe the simplest operation.
Summary: The camera is good but it has the following problems : 1. The camera does not shut off, we need to remove the batteries from the camera. 2. It gives continous problems right from the second month onwards. The battery shutter does not close properly. Sometime the zoom does not go in.
Summary: This is a fantastic camera - I've had mine for over 12 months and have taken over 3000 pictures with it. Never a problem and seldom a bad shot. Don't listen to people grumbling about battery life. Spend a couple of dollars more and buy two sets of AA size Ni-Cad rechargable batteries (8 in all) plus a charger, and you'll never think about the cost of batteries again. The carry case even comes with elastic holders to carry the batteries in. Great camera. I recommend it.
Summary: I bought one of these camera's for my office about 2 years ago after reading reviews of various digital cameras in a computer magazine. It turned out to be a great buy. It is a very easy to use and takes pretty good photos. I liked it so much, that I ended up buying one for myself. There are a couple of problems with this camera: If you use the LCD panel(for previewing pictures you have taken), your batteries (4 AAs) will be drained - FAST.