The hottest kodakdc280 digital camera test report

2022-10-03
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Kodak DC280 digital camera test report

when Kodak DC280 was just launched in September this year, it was equipped with 20MB flash memory memory, and the price was about 8000 yuan. Now it is changed to match with 8MB flash memory card, and the recommended price is also reduced to 6500 low VOC/low atomization thermoplastic elastomer. Of course, the price three months ago cannot be compared with that now, so it is difficult to judge which scheme is more beneficial to consumers. However, with the recently popular MP3 Walkman, it is easy to match more than 32MB of memory memory memory, which is dwarfed by the memory memory matched with digital cameras. So I think it's really necessary to increase the memory capacity of digital cameras. Otherwise, at the high price of digital cameras, I can only take a dozen photos, which seems to be too uneconomical

dc280 specification: resolution 1760 × 1168、896 × 592 lens focal length f3.0~3.8 30~60mm zoom range 2x optical/3x digital highest/lowest quality photos 12/97 (8MB CompactFlash) CCD pixels 2.3 million pixels LCD 1.8 Inch TFT transmission interface RS-232, USB

the CCD pixels inside Kodak DC280 are 2.3 million, and the maximum resolution of output photos is 1760 × 1168, which is equivalent to 2 megapixels. Such pixel value is very sufficient for general purposes. If it is used as printed output, it is also good. Kodak claims that it can make 8 × 10 size photo paper output. The lower resolution is 896 × 592, more than 640 of ordinary digital cameras × 480。

in order for beginners to simply apply special effects to photos, DC280 has built-in four special effects, including border, black and white, brown and file mode. You only need to select special effects in the graphics interface of DC280, and then the special effects will be automatically applied to the photos taken, which is very simple and convenient. As for the border effect, you can use BMP format image file, and then through the drive sequence conversion, and upload to the digital camera, to create a personalized border. The result of actual use is very simple. I believe even beginners can get started quickly

in addition to applying special effects to photos, DC280 is also the same as general point and shoot cameras, with the function of recording date and time on photos. And its driver operation is also quite easy. After installation, a Kodak DC280 project will be added to the file manager. Open it to see the image in the digital camera. Based on its chemical structure, you can directly drag the image file to the hard disk to complete the transmission

the most inconvenient thing about digital cameras is that it is a waste of time to transmit images to computers. However, because Kodak DC280 supports USB interface, its speed is much faster than that of traditional serial port. After our actual test, it took only 55 seconds to transfer the same 8MB image file using USB, but it took 12 and a half minutes to output through serial port according to the following standard: time

another annoying disadvantage of digital cameras is extreme power consumption. Generally, alkaline batteries will run out of electricity soon after use. You usually have to bring several spare batteries when you go out to shoot. If you use rechargeable nickel chromium or nickel hydrogen batteries, the service time will be very obvious. So many digital cameras come with rechargeable batteries and chargers, such as Kodak dc240i. However, the DC280 does not come with a rechargeable battery and charger, nor with a free talk on reducing energy consumption and emissions. Six kinds of plastic packaging materials are given to the transformer, which seems to be incomplete

summary:

★ advantages:

· support USB transmission

--- · complete functions, easy driver operation

--- · with watermark and special effects

★ disadvantages:

· great power consumption

--- · memory memory memory is only 8MB, slightly insufficient

--- · no transformer or rechargeable battery (to buy separately)

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