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Kodak Digital Camera DX-3700 Driver
The new EasyShare cameras are shipping with enhanced Kodak Picture Software, which automatically enables any inkjet printer to produce Kodak-quality photos at home. When the software is used with Kodak's new Ultima or Premium Picture Paper, prints last for decades, yet another benefit of the combination of imaging with information technology. EasyShare fulfills the Kodak Digital Camera DX-3700 of infoimaging by connecting devices, such as digital cameras, to the photofinishing infrastructure, online picture services and inkjet media to provide people with easy ways to print and Kodak Digital Camera DX-3700 great pictures.
This feature-rich camera allows picture-takers to choose between fully automatic functions or manual settings for enhanced creative control.
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And, with a 1. New Inkjet Media Also announced today are two new Kodak inkjet photo paper products.
Kodak Ultima Picture Paper for Borderless Inkjet Prints, a high gloss paper, provides borderless prints that have Kodak Digital Camera DX-3700 look and feel of professional photographs. Micro-perforated for easy separation, the new paper enables users to create true, 4 x 6-inch pictures.
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Users simply print and tear along the perforation for crisp, edge-to-edge prints every time. I still found it slightly awkward to look through with my glasses on though.
A small LED next to the viewfinder lights to indicate the camera's status, such as when focus is set or when the flash is charging. The DX has a flat bottom panel, which holds the dock connector jack protected by a sliding plastic cover and slightly off-center plastic tripod mount. Camera Operation With just a few control buttons and very limited exposure controls, the DX's user interface shouldn't take long to master. Flash and digital zoom are the basic exposure options, and are Kodak Digital Camera DX-3700 externally.
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A single LCD menu, activated in Setup mode, accesses Record, Playback, and basic camera setup functions, making it quick and uncomplicated to change settings. The Mode switch on the Kodak Digital Camera DX-3700 simplifies operation as well, offering only three modes Record, Playback, and Setup.
Even with a brief glance at the instruction manual, it shouldn't take more than a few minutes to get the DX's Kodak Digital Camera DX-3700 down, even for complete novices. External Controls Shutter Button: With a smooth, elliptical shape, the Shutter button protrudes just slightly from the camera's top panel.
Pressed halfway, it triggers the autofocus and exposure mechanisms. A full press fires the shutter. The top button on the back panel, this button turns the camera on or off.
Located diagonally beneath the Power button and slightly to the right, this button controls the flash operating mode. Just below the Flash button, this button controls the digital zoom in Record mode.
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In Playback mode, this button enlarges the current image, and returns to the normal display. When in any settings menu, this button confirms menu selections.
Directly beneath the Select button, this button pulls up the Delete menu, with options of deleting the current image, all images, or no Kodak Digital Camera DX-3700. Four Way Arrow Pad: Located on the far right side of the back panel, this large button toggles left and right Kodak Digital Camera DX-3700 up and down. In Record mode, the up arrow activates the LCD display, while the down arrow cancels it. In Playback mode, the left and right arrows can be actuated to scroll through captured images on the card.
When images have been saved to an external memory card, the up and down arrows select the number of prints to be made for the current image.
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When an image has been enlarged, all four arrows move around within the view. In Setup mode, the left and right arrow keys navigate through menu selections, while the up and down arrows highlight choices.
Just below the Four Way Arrow pad, this switch controls the camera's operating mode, placing it into Record, Playback, or Setup modes. Camera Modes and Menus Record Kodak Digital Camera DX-3700 Designated on the Mode switch by a small camera symbol, this mode sets up the camera for capturing still images. The user can adjust flash mode and digital zoom.
No menu is available in this mode. This mode lets you review captured images on the memory card or in the camera's internal memory, as well as erase them.
If images are saved to an external memory card, the user can set the number of DPOF prints to be made. Kodak Digital Camera DX-3700 menu options are available in this mode. The final position on the Mode switch, this mode displays the camera's settings menu, which is divided into categories. A series of icons along the bottom of the screen specify the type of setting, and are navigated with the right and left arrow keys.