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KODAK DIGITAL CAMERA DX-3900 DRIVER
While the plastic body makes for Kodak Digital Camera DX-3900 lightweight camera, it's also one of the aspects of the Kodak EasyShare cameras I've heard people respond negatively to. Compared to some metal-bodied cameras, Kodak's all-plastic design feels a little cheap. Other than a somewhat flimsy memory card compartment door, the camera feels rugged enough to me, but I do understand some folks' preference for metal bodies. The DX's front panel is fairly smooth, with only a few small protrusions.
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Kodak Digital Camera DX-3900 telescoping lens is protected by a thin cover, which slides out of the way whenever the camera is powered on. If the Mode dial is set to Record, the lens extends out from the camera body slightly less than half an inch. Just inside the lip of the plastic lens barrel, a set of filter threads accommodates Kodak's accessory lens adapter kits, which provide extended wide-angle, telephoto, and macro capabilities.
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Sharing the front panel with the lens are the flash, optical viewfinder window, exposure sensor, and self-timer lamp. A small handgrip on the right side features Kodak Digital Camera DX-3900 inset sliver of rubbery plastic, providing a grip for your fingers as they wrap around the camera. On the right side of the camera as viewed from the back is the memory card compartment, and an eyelet for attaching the wrist strap.
The memory card compartment door has small ribs to make opening it a little easier you can hook a nail in one and then pulland slides outward before opening to reveal the CompactFlash card. My one criticism of the physical design of the DX is that this card compartment door feels rather flimsy, to the point that I'd be a little concerned about it breaking with extended use. The button that actually releases the card is on the bottom panel, Kodak Digital Camera DX-3900 inconvenient when using Kodak Digital Camera DX-3900 tripod though I doubt this will be a concern for most of this camera's users.
Above the compartment, an LED lamp lights whenever the camera accesses the memory card, as a warning not to open the door or eject the card while file-saving is in progress.
The opposite side of the camera features the power switch which also flips open the lens coverand a connector compartment. The DX's gently sloping top panel holds the oblong Shutter button, Mode dial, and three other control buttons. I liked the pointed tips of the control buttons, Kodak Digital Camera DX-3900 they're easy for your fingers to find without looking at the camera.
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A small status display panel reports key camera information, such as file size, flash mode, focus mode, etc. The remaining camera controls share the back panel with the optical viewfinder eyepiece and the LCD monitor. The optical viewfinder doesn't have a diopter adjustment, Kodak Digital Camera DX-3900 also has a rather low eyepoint, making it a bit awkward to use for eyeglass wearers.
A Four Way Arrow pad toggles up and down, and left and right, controlling the zoom lens and navigating through settings menus. Two small control buttons Select and Menu are just below, with a protruding teardrop design that's easy for your fingers Kodak Digital Camera DX-3900 find. The DX's bottom panel features the dock connector jack, memory card Eject lever, battery Kodak Digital Camera DX-3900, and tripod mount. A sliding plastic cover protects the dock jack when not in use.
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The battery compartment and Eject lever are side by side, and too close to the tripod mount for easy access when the camera is attached to a tripod. The plastic tripod mount is off-center, but quite close to the camera's center of gravity, making for stable support. Covering the battery compartment is a sliding plastic door that snaps securely into place without a separate locking mechanism. Camera Operation With just a few control buttons and only a handful of exposure options, the DX's user interface is uncomplicated, just as its EasyShare name indicates. Flash, Kodak Digital Camera DX-3900, and Self-Timer modes all feature external controls, as does optical and digital zoom. The status display panel on top of the camera reports some settings, making it easy to quickly check resolution, flash mode, etc.
When you do have to access the LCD menu system, navigation is again straightforward, with only a short scrolling list of options to choose from. I found menu navigation slightly slow, since you have to hit the "select" button whenever you want to do anything with a menu selection. Very intuitive, but slower to operate than some camera user interface designs in which the right-arrow key Kodak Digital Camera DX-3900 used to make menu selections. The Mode dial on the camera also helps simplify operation, Kodak Digital Camera DX-3900 only three modes Record, Playback, and Setup. Reading through the instruction manual with the camera in hand, it shouldn't take the average user much more than a half-hour to an hour to become acquainted with the camera. External Controls Shutter Button: With a smooth, elliptical shape, the Shutter button protrudes slightly from the camera's top panel.
Pressed halfway, it triggers the autofocus and exposure mechanisms. A full press fires Kodak Digital Camera DX-3900 shutter. Behind the Shutter button, this dial controls the camera's operating mode, placing it into Record, Playback, or Setup modes. The first button of three next to the status display panel, this button controls the flash operating mode. Just behind the Flash button, this button changes the focus mode for macro subjects, or sets focus at infinity for distant subjects. The final button in the series on the top panel, this one arms the camera's Self-Timer mode.
Four Kodak Digital Camera DX-3900 Arrow Pad: Dominating the top right corner of the back panel, this large button toggles left and right or up and down. In Record mode, the left and right arrows control the optical and digital zoom. All four arrows navigate through settings menus. In Playback mode, all four arrows can be actuated to scroll through captured images on the card.
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When you're zoomed into an image in playback mode, all four arrows scroll the enlarged view around the full image. Just beneath the Four Way Arrow pad, Kodak Digital Camera DX-3900 button selects menu Kodak Digital Camera DX-3900 in the LCD menu system, and confirms menu settings. IN-DEPTH review of the Kodak DX digital camera, with actual sample images, and a detailed data Date: 04/13/ The sharp-looking Kodak DX is the first 3-megapixel digital camera to be introduced into the EasyShare System lineup. It is compatible with.