Reviews and Problems with Kodak EasyShare Printer Dock 6000
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Bottom Line? Stick with what works!
19 March 2013
Summary: Sometimes you stick with what works! I originally bought this camera and printer set about 15 years ago (1998). I bought it after buying and returning about a half a dozen others from a variety of manufacturer's. What was different about the Kodak was that not only did it take excellent pictures...the Printer Dock 6000 actually printed outstanding 4x6 photos. No photos on the printer paper anymore. Actual photos suitable for framing.
Summary: I bought this product to replace the one I had which went dead. I like it because I can print at home The only bad thing is that Kodak discontinued the paper supply. I hope someone keeps on making the paper!!!
Summary: This printer is the best quality photo printer I have ever seen for home use. It works flawlessly everytime and is so easy to use! To save paper, you can print smaller pictures on one 4X6 sheet, fun for scrapbooks because your pictures aren't all the same size. The photos won't fade or deteriorate over time, I've had inkjet photo prints that fade or stick to the glass in a frame, but not these prints!
Summary: I rate this printer top of the line for picture quality and easy use. I must say though that a person does have to know some things about a computer to manage the printer dock. The good news is that you don't even need a computer if you don't want to hook it to one, you can easily print directly from your camera. And what even cooler is that it is portable.
Summary: I use this printer for 50% of my photo developing, and I have to admit that the quality of the pictures is superb. The printing process is fast, and the pictures come out borderless, sharp, crisp, and without ink rub off. When I display the photographs from this printer along with developments with a high quality camera and store development process, I actually prefer this printer's pictures.