Kodak DC210 Plus
Kodak - 1 megapixel - CompactFlash - Built-in Flash - Optical Viewfinder
The DC210 is the most advanced, most affordable and easiest-to-use digital camera in its class. It delivers spectacular detail, color, and sharpness thanks to megapixel technology and a 2X wide-angle zoom lens. The DC210 also has the user-friendly features you want, including an AC adapter right in the box. The DC210 camera can connect to a computer using an infrared transceiver connection. An infrared connection can increase transfer speed dramatically depending on the capability of your comput... Read more [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Kodak DC210 Plus photo ]
Kodak DC210 Plus Digital Camera, size: 1.2 MB
Kodak DC210 Plus
User reviews and opinions
|rabiaz||2:59am on Sunday, October 24th, 2010|
|Great quality pics with high detail screen Low battery life when using screen! ease of use dated now|
|JackyWan||7:28pm on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010|
|Garbage I bought this camera when it first came out in 1998 for $700 + TAX!!!!This is what i got: Unnatural blurry pictures. Garbage I bought this camera when it first came out in 1998 for $700 + TAX!!!!This is what i got: Unnatural blurry pictures.|
|hanverujo||10:38pm on Thursday, July 15th, 2010|
|Having been using my Kodak DC210+ for two and a half years now, it still has many, many more years left in it, which I will definitely get out of it.|
|hwfa||4:59pm on Friday, July 2nd, 2010|
|I bought a Kodak DC210 plus ,as I wanted a digital camera and trusted Kodak would be a safe bet. Great quality pictures Very slow to download|
|joka||8:20pm on Sunday, June 13th, 2010|
|I bought this camera for my husband about two years ago for christmas. We love it. At the time, One mega pixel was a lot.|
|ralfe||7:10pm on Friday, April 16th, 2010|
|dc-210 worth a look As digital cameras with better resolution appear, the Kodak DC-210 seems perhaps outdated. But it is not.|
|felice ruggeri||7:25pm on Wednesday, April 7th, 2010|
|Garbage I bought this camera when it first came out in 1998 for $700 + TAX!!!!This is what i got: Unnatural blurry pictures.|
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The LCD displays the subject that is viewed from the viewnder with the icons of activated camera features. Template icon appears if the template option is activated. See Template on page 4-4 for details. Exposure Lock iconappears if the exposure lock option is activated. See Exposure Lock on page 2-5 for details. Exposure Compensation icon appears if the exposure value is adjusted. See Exposure Compensation on page 2-4 for details.
To exit: press the DO-IT button again to turn Preview off. The Preview setting automatically turns off when the camera is turned off. 2-2
Delete One Picture
You may delete the picture that was just taken without leaving Capture mode.
This delete feature is only available when the picture is shown on the LCD
and the Quickview option is activated. See Quickview on page 4-7. To delete the most recent picture taken in Capture mode:
1 Set the Mode dial to Capture. 2 Turn the camera on. 3 Take a picture.
The picture is displayed on the LCD.
4 Press the
The delete screen appears in the LCD.
The picture must be showing on the
LCD screen to activate the delete screen.
5 Press a
/ button until the correct delete option is highlighted.
The picture is deleted from the memory card.
6 Press the DO-IT button.
To exit: press a DO-IT button.
button until NO is highlighted and then press the
The cameras exposure value (EV) can be adjusted from -2.0 to +2.0 EV in 0.5 EV increments while in Capture mode. A +1.0 adjustment in EV, in effect doubles the amount of light allowed to reach the CCD (charge coupled device) in your camera. A -1.0 adjustment in EV, halves the amount the light allowed to reach the CCD in your camera. Below shows how changes in EV can effect your pictures. If your pictures are too: darkincrease (+) the exposure compensation setting lightdecrease (-) the exposure compensation setting To change Exposure Compensation:
1 Set the Mode dial to Capture. 2 Turn the camera on. 3 Press the
button. The LCD displays the Exposure Compensation screen.
4 Use the
buttons to adjust
5 Press DO-IT to select the Exposure setting.
To reset: the Exposure setting automatically resets to 0.0 EV when the camera is turned off.
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Use the Exposure Lock to take a sequence of pictures that require the same exposure. When this setting is activated, the camera maintains a constant exposure setting. To turn on Exposure Lock:
1 Set the dial to Capture. 2 Turn the camera on. 3 Press the
button two times. The Exposure Compensation screen appears, followed by the Exposure Lock screen.
4 Press a
button a third time to exit the exposure menu.
button until ON
5 Press the DO-IT button.
The Take a Picture screen appears.
6 Center the area you want to lock the
exposure on in the viewnder
7 Press the SHUTTER button to lock in
the exposure setting. To Reset: The Exposure Lock setting automatically resets when the camera is turned off.
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The Status Display, located at the top of your camera, allows you to view and change some camera settings. The following sections offer detailed descriptions of Status Display settings.
The DC200/DC210 must be turned on to view the Status Display.
Resolution Quality Pictures Remaining
Battery Status Flash Close Up Red-eye Reduction
Memory Card Status (Inserted)
The Pictures Remaining icon changes automatically to indicate the remaining number of pictures which can be stored at the current quality and resolution setting. You may not select or change the Pictures Remaining icon. When the cards memory is full the Status Display indicates Full. You must delete existing pictures or change memory cards to capture additional pictures. To save pictures, transfer them to your computer before deleting them. For more information on how to move or delete pictures, see Delete One Picture on page 2-3, Delete One or All Pictures on page 3-2, or the software chapters.
The Pictures Remaining number does not always change by one when a
picture is taken if the picture content is easily compressed.
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Activating the Self-Timer option creates a 10-second delay between the time you press the SHUTTER button and when the picture is taken. This allows you to include yourself in the picture. To activate the Self-Timer:
You may set your camera to capture pictures in a Good, Better, or Best quality setting. The Quality setting indicates how much the picture is compressed to save space on the memory card. Your pictures include more detail with the Best or Better setting, but they will use more memory on the card than with the Good setting. You may switch freely between the three settings when taking pictures. The number of pictures the DC200/DC210 is able to store will vary accordingly. The Quality setting is indicated on the Status Display using the following icons: Bestyou can store approximately 4 pictures per 1 MB of storage at this Quality setting and when the Resolution is set to High. Use this setting when image quality is very important for maximum picture quality, especially for larger sized or zoom prints. Betteryou can store approximately 6 pictures per 1 MB of storage at this Quality setting and when the Resolution is set to High. Use this setting for a good picture quality and to store a large number of pictures. This setting is good for general picture taking. Goodyou can store approximately 9 pictures per 1 MB of storage at this Quality setting and when the Resolution is set to High. Use this setting to maximize the number of pictures stored. The Quality setting is changed using the Preferences mode. See Quality on page 4-2 for more information.
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The DC200/DC210 comes with four AA batteries. Standard 1.5V alkaline, 1.5V lithium, or rechargeable 1.2V Ni-Cd or Ni-MH batteries may be used. The battery power icon changes automatically. You may not select or change this icon.
Fullbatteries are fully charged.
Lowbatteries need to be replaced. Blinkingbatteries are insufcient to run camera and need to be replaced.
Pictures on memory cards are not lost if batteries are depleted.
To install the batteries:
1 Place your thumb on the battery door. 2 Slide the battery door away from the camera. 3 Insert the batteries as indicated on the battery
The subject will appear closer or farther away when you look through the viewnder and press the ZOOM button.
The cameras default lens position is Wide Angle. All other lens positions are considered TelePhoto settings.
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General Maintenance and Safety
To keep from damaging your DC200/DC210, avoid exposing it to moisture and extreme temperatures. Clean the outside of the DC200/DC210 by wiping with a clean, dry cloth. Never use harsh or abrasive cleaners or organic solvents on the camera or any of its parts. Never disassemble or touch the inside of the DC200/DC210. This could result in electrical shock. If you notice smoke or a strange smell coming from the DC200/DC210, immediately turn the camera off, wait a few minutes until the camera cools, and then remove the batteries. Cleaning the lens and back LCD screen:
1 Blow gently on the lens or LCD screen to remove dust and dirt. 2 Moisten the lens or LCD screen by breathing lightly on it. 3 Wipe the lens or LCD screen gently with a soft, lint-free cloth or an
untreated lens-cleaning tissue.
Do not use cleaning solutions unless they are designed
specically for camera lenses. Do not wipe the camera lens or LCD screen with chemically treated eyeglass lens tissue as it may scratch the lens. Service agreements are available in some countries. Please contact your Kodak dealer for more information.
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To view pictures:
When the Mode dial is set to Review, you may use the LCD to view the pictures stored on the KODAK Picture Card (memory card). Using the Overlay screen the camera can perform the following functions: view the amount of unused memory left on the memory card view thumbnails of the pictures delete one or all pictures from the memory card view pictures, and run a slide show from the camera on your TV
1 Set the Mode dial to Review. 2 Turn the camera on.
The Overlay screen appears on the LCD screen with the last picture taken.
Overlay Delete Magnify Filmstrip of pictures stored on memory card
Highlighted picture from center of filmstrip Memory bar displays space left on card and current picture position.
hold down a
buttons to scroll through pictures. To continuously scroll, / button.
To exit: press the / buttons to highlight the Overlay icon. Press DO-IT to turn off the Overlay screen. The main Review screen reappears.
Delete One or All Pictures
You can delete one or all of the pictures on the memory card when in the Review mode. To delete a picture in Review mode:
The last picture taken appears on the LCD screen. The Overlay screen is turned on.
The LCD displays the main File Type screen. The current setting is checked ().
To reset: the File Type setting is maintained until another setting is selected. This setting does not change when the camera is turned off.
The Quickview screen is used to turn the cameras Quickview setting on or off. When you take a picture with Quickview on, the picture momentarily appears on the LCD seconds after the picture is taken!
The Quickview option must be activated to use the delete feature available
in Capture mode. See Delete One Picture on page 2-3 for more details. To turn on Quickview:
button until the Quickview icon is highlighted on the second Preferences screen.
The LCD displays the main Quickview screen.The current setting is checked ().
The main Preferences screen reappears. The next time you take a picture, it will appear for a moment on the LCD screen. To cancel Quickview: press a / button until OFF is highlighted and then press the DO-IT button. The Quickview setting is maintained until another setting is selected. This setting does not change when the camera is turned off.
Date and Time
The Date and Time screen is used to set the cameras date and time. To set the date and time:
/ button until the Date/Time icon is highlighted on the second Preferences screen.
The LCD displays the main Date/Time screen with the current date and time listed.
5 Press a 6 Press a
/ button to highlight the day, month, year, hour, or minute setting. /
button to adjust the setting.
7 Repeat steps 5 and 6 until the information
8 Press the DO-IT button.
The main Preferences screen reappears. To reset: the Date and Time setting is maintained until another setting is selected. This setting does not change when the camera is turned off.
If batteries are removed from the camera for more than a few minutes, the
Date/Time will be deleted and must be reset.
If batteries are removed from the camera when the camera is on, the
Date/Time may be deleted and must be reset.
The LCD Brightness screen is used to adjust the brightness of the LCD screen. To adjust the LCD brightness:
/ button until the LCD Brightness icon is highlighted on the second Preferences screen.
The LCD displays the main LCD Brightness screen.
/ button to adjust the brightness of the LCD screen to the appropriate level.
The brightness of the LCD screen changes as the setting is adjusted.
The main Preferences screen reappears. To reset: the LCD Brightness setting is maintained until another setting is selected. This setting does not change when the camera is turned off.
Format Memory Card
The Format Memory Card screen formats the memory card while it is in the camera. When a memory card is formatted it erases everything, including any templates on the card, and sets up new directories and pointers on the memory card. To format a memory card:
1 Set the Mode dial to Preferences. 2 Turn on the camera.
/ button until the Format Memory Card icon is highlighted on the third Preferences screen.
The LCD displays the main Format Memory Card screen.
/ button until CONTINUE FORMAT is highlighted.
The card is formatted and the main Preferences screen reappears.
To cancel format: press a / button until CANCEL FORMAT is highlighted and then press the DO-IT button. The card is not formatted and the main Preferences screen reappears.
The Video Out screen is used to set the cameras video output format to NTSC or PAL. The video out format selected depends on your TV or video monitor. In most cases European countries use PAL, other countries use NTSC. To set the video out format:
/ button until the Video Out icon is highlighted on the third Preferences screen.
The LCD displays the main Video Out screen. The current setting is checked ().
To reset: the Video Out setting is maintained until another setting is selected. This setting does not change when the camera is turned off.
The Language screen is used to select a language interface for the camera. When a specic language is selected, the LCD screens on the back of the camera will change to reect the language selected. To select a language:
/ button until the Language icon is highlighted on the third Preference screen.
The LCD displays the main Language screen. The current setting is checked ().
/ button until the appropriate language is highlighted.
To change Language: press a / button until another language is highlighted and then press the DO-IT button. The Language setting is maintained until another is selected. This setting does not change when the camera is turned off.
The About screen is a view only screen that keeps a record of the cameras use. While viewing the About screen, you can look-up the following information: rmware version total number of pictures taken over the lifetime of the camera total number of ashes red over the lifetime of the camera To view the About screen:
/ button until the About icon is highlighted on the third Preferences screen.
The LCD displays the About screen
4 Press the DO-IT button. 5 Press the DO-IT button to return to the main
KODAK Installation Software (Installation software) quickly and easily installs the software included on the DC200/DC210 CD to your computer.
WINDOWS System Requirements
WINDOWS 95, WINDOWS 98, or WINDOW NT System Software Personal computer with 486/66MHz microprocessor minimum, PENTIUM Processor recommended 8 MB or more of RAM available, 16 MB recommended available serial port and CD-ROM drive
Installing the Software
While the Installation software is automatically loading your software, take a few minutes to ll out and send in the DC200/DC210 product registration card. This allows you to receive information regarding software updates and registers some of the products included with the camera. Close all other applications before starting the Installation software.
1 Place the DC200/DC210 CD into your CD-ROM drive.
If Auto Run is turned on in WINDOWS 95, WINDOWS 98, or
WINDOWS NT, the rst install window automatically appears. Proceed to step 4. If the rst install window does not automatically appear proceed to step 2.
2 Choose Run from the Start menu. 3 Type the path to the drive that contains the CD and then type \setup.exe
For example: d:\setup.exe
The install window appears.
4 Select the language you want
to install. The Welcome window appears.
5 Click on the NEXT button. 6 Read the agreement and click
on the YES button to accept the software license agreement.
If you do not accept the
license you will not be able to install the software.
7 Select which software you
wish to install and click on the NEXT button.
8 Select the name of the
Program Folder and click on the NEXT button.
If necessary, type a new
folder name or select from the Existing Folders list.
9 Verify the settings and then
click on the NEXT button. A progress screen appears while the software is installed.
10 Select the preferred restart
option and click on the FINISH button.
If you have installed
the KODAK DC200/ DC210 Mounter Software you must restart your computer.
You are now ready to run the newly installed software. Detailed information on KODAK DC200/DC210 Mounter Software (chapter 7) and TWAIN Software (chapter 8) are included in this user manual. Instruction manuals for the additional software packages that were installed are included in the camera package. When using DC200/DC210 software, if your computer does not recognize that the camera is attached and turned on, you may need to adjust the serial port and speed settings. Use the softwares Preferences or Properties window to adjust the camera communications settings.
When the Mode dial is set to Connect, the camera can communicate with your computer using a serial cable or infrared transceiver (DC210 only). The camera automatically detects if it is attached to the computer via the serial cable or an infrared transceiver. While in Connect mode the camera is controlled by the computer. Except for the Mode dial and POWER button, all other camera buttons are ignored. The Ready light indicates when the camera is on. Once the camera is connected to a computer and the DC200/DC210 software is installed, you are now ready to transfer the pictures from the camera to your computer. Refer to the appropriate chapters of this users guide, or the softwares quick setup guides, for more information on the software programs.
Checking Serial Port Availability
If your computer cannot communicate with the DC200/DC210 you may need to adjust the serial port and speed settings. Adjust the settings using the KODAK Mounter Software (chapter 7) or KODAK TWAIN Software (Chapter 8), or follow the instructions on the Kodak Web site at http://www.kodak.com.
Infrared Connection DC210 Only
The camera can connect to a computer using an infrared transceiver connection.Your computer must be set up with an infrared connection before the cameras infrared transceiver can be used. Refer to the instructions included with your computers infrared connection package for more details on setting up an infrared transceiver connection. Additional information is available in the README le on the DC200/DC210 software CD.
If you are using the cameras infrared transceiver to connect to the
computer, and the camera automatically turns off because of inactivity, you need to press the cameras POWER button to turn the camera back on.
Serial Cable Connection
The camera can connect to a computer using the serial cable included in your camera package. In order to connect the DC200/DC210, you need to nd an available serial (COM) port on your PC. Most PCs come congured with two serial communication ports labeled COM1 and Com2, or A and B. These COM ports are usually labeled on the back of your PC. If they are not labeled, see your computers user guide for a diagram that illustrates all your external ports on the back of your PC.
For more information on serial cable connection, refer to Resolving
COM Port Connectivity problems for IBM-Type PCs, with KODAK Digital Cameras section in the readme le on the DC200/DC210 software CD, or click Service and Support on the Kodak Web site at http://www.kodak.com. To connect to your computer with a serial cable:
1 Set the Mode dial to Connect.
2 Plug one end of the serial cable into a COM port
on the back of your PC.
If your computer has a 25-pin port, you need
to use an optional 9-pin adapter (available at your local computer store) and attach it to the port before attaching the serial cable to the computer.
3 Open the serial port on the side of your camera. 4 Plug the other end of the serial cable into the
cameras serial port.
5 Turn on the camera.
To cancel connection: turn the Mode dial to another setting or turn the camera off. 6-2
KODAK DC200/DC210 Mounter Software (Mounter software) is an easy way to view, transfer, or delete pictures stored on the memory card using your PC and WINDOWS 95, WINDOW 98, or WINDOWS NT software. Using Mounter software, the DC200/DC210 camera icon appears in the My Computer window, and within le browsers included in many software applications. Mounter software extends WINDOWS 95, WINDOWS 98, or WINDOWS NT to present the camera contents as though it were an extension of your hard drive. For more detailed information on working with WINDOWS 95,WINDOWS 98, or WINDOWS NT, refer to that Softwares user guide.
If you are experiencing difculties with your camera, check the following table for possible solutions. If the difculties persist, refer to Chapter 11 - Where to Get Help.
Additional technical information is available in the ReadMe le located in
the KODAK DC200/DC210 Folder. Computer Monitor Problem The image on your monitor is jagged or inappropriately colored. Memory Card Problem The DC200/DC210 does not recognize your memory card. Cause Monitor is not set correctly. Solution Adjust your monitor display settings. See Monitor Adjustment on page 9-1. Solution Memory cards must be ATA compatible to work with the camera. Reformat any memory cards that contain compression or stacker software. Refer to the memory cards users guide or see Format Memory Card on page 4-10 for instructions on reformatting the card.
Cause The memory card may not be ATA compatible. The memory card may contain compression or stacker software.
Windows-DC200/DC210 Camera Communications Problem Cause Computer cannot Some Advanced communicate with the camera. Power Management utilities on laptops can turn off ports to save battery life. Conict with another serial device, such as a modem.
Solution See the Power Management section of your laptops user guide to disable this feature. Refer to the serial communication or corresponding section of your computers modem, and/or operating systems users guide. Camera power is off. Turn the camera on. Camera is not Connect serial cable to connected to serial camera and COM cable or cable is not port. See Serial Cable Connection on page connected to the computers COM port. 6-2. Infrared port is not Check the computers responding. infrared connection. Be sure that the camera is on. Port settings in Change the COM port softwares Acquiresettings to AutoPreferences may be set Search or to a specic to the incorrect COM COM port. port. The Mode dial is not set to Connect. Set the cameras Mode dial to Connect.
DC200/DC210 Camera Problem Cause Ready light does not turn on Batteries are low or and the camera does not work. empty.
Shutter button does not work.
Solution Replace the batteries. Pictures remain in the cameras memory when the battery is removed. Camera is not turned Turn the camera on on. and verify that the green Ready light turns on. Camera is not turned Turn the camera on on. and verify that the green Ready light turns on. Mode dial is not set to Set the Mode dial to Capture. Capture. Ready light is Wait until Ready light blinking. Camera is stops blinking before processing picture. attempting to take another picture. The Status Display Transfer pictures to reads Full. The your computer or memory card is full. insert a memory card that has available memory. Disconnect camera from computer. Remove the batteries and install them according to the directions on the outside of the battery door. Install new batteries.
Camera needs service.
Insert a new or reformat the memory card. The camera cannot Change the COM port communicate with the settings to AutoSearch or to a specic computer. COM port. See Serial Cable Connection on page 6-2. The camera is Have the camera malfunctioning. serviced.
Where to Get Help
Help with your DC200/DC210 is available from a number of resources. in Tips and Troubleshooting, Chapter 9 the softwares manufacturer product information by fax your place of purchase World Wide Web technical support
Help with any software packaged with your DC200/DC210 can be obtained from the software instructions, the softwares help screens, or by contacting the manufacturer of that product.
Contact Kodak via: World Wide Webhttp://www.kodak.com America Online(keyword) KODAK CompuServeGO KODAK Kodak Internet email@example.com; or ftp.kodak.com
Kodak offers automated support for digital imaging products and services. Product information can be faxed to you by calling: U.S.1-800-295-5531 Canada1-800-295-5531 Europe44-131-458-6962 U.K.44-0-131-458-6962 10-1
If you have questions concerning the operation of Kodak software, or the DC200/ DC210, you may speak directly to a customer support representative. Have the camera connected to your computer, its serial number ready, and be at your computer when you call. U.S. and Canadacall toll free, 1-888-395-6325, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) Monday through Friday. Europecall the Kodak Digital Imaging Support Centre toll free number associated with your location, or the U.K. toll line, 44-131-458-6714, between the hours of 09.00 and 17.00 (GMT/CET) Monday through Friday. Outside the U.S., Canada, and Europecall the number on the following pages that is associated with your location.
Argentina Australia Austria Belgium Brazil Caribbean Chile ChinaShanghai ChinaBeijing Colombia Denmark Dominican Republic Egypt France Finland Germany Greece Hong Kong 10-2
54-1-808-300 1-800-674-831 0-660-7348 0800-72247 0-800-15-0000 78-7-757-5500 56-2-697-2000 8621-64720888 8610-63471155 57-1-629-0266 80-01-09-24 809-563-1252 20-2-394-2205 0800-90-6281 0800-117056 0130-82-54-02 00800-44125605 852-2564-9777
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Hungary India Ireland Italy Japan Korea Latin America Lebanon Malaysia Mexico Middle East Netherlands New Zealand Norway Panama Peru Philippines Portugal Russia Singapore South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Thailand Turkey U.K. Uruguay Venezuela
36-1-269-71-17 91-22-617-5823 1-800-409391 1678-72-996 81-3-5488-2390 82-2-708-5400 1-305-267-4700 961-1-883822 60-3-757-2722 52-5-449-4300 971-4-444-910 06-0224428 0800-500-135 800-1-1848 52-3-678-6200 51-1-224-8610 63-2-810-0331 351-1-4149-500 7-095-929-9166 65-470-9875 27-11-804-2852 900-98-4485 020-793169 0800-551034 886-2-893-8210 66-2-271-3040 90-216-342-3332 0800-281487 59-2-92-0473 58-2-903-1111
36-1-269-71-13 91-22-617-6004 44-131-458-6962 44-131-458-6962 81-3-5488-4512 82-2-708-5500 1-305-267-4780 961-1-881726 60-3-755-5919 52-5-449-4400 971-4-447-059 44-131-458-6962 64-9-302-8637 44-131-458-6962 52-3-678-6210 51-1-224-8605 63-2-816-6718 351-14194-321 7-095-929-9170 65-479-8397 27-11-804-5013 44-131-458-6962 44-131-458-6962 44-131-458-6962 886-2-895-1069 66-2-279-5073 90-216-343-6743 44-131-458-6962 59-2-92-1796 58-2-943-2081
Warranty & Regulatory Information
Warranty Time Period
Kodak warrants the KODAK DC200 plus Camera and KODAK DC210 Plus Zoom camera (excluding the batteries) to be free from malfunctions and defects in both materials and workmanship for one year from the date of purchase.
Warranty Repair Coverage
This warranty will be honored within the geographical location that the product was purchased. If the equipment does not function properly during the warranty period due to defects in either materials or workmanship, Kodak will, at its option, either repair or replace the equipment without charge, subject to the conditions and limitations stated herein. Such repair service will include all labor as well as any necessary adjustments and/or replacement parts. If replacement parts are used in making repairs, these parts may be remanufactured, or may contain remanufactured materials. If it is necessary to replace the entire system, it may be replaced with a remanufactured system. Kodak will also provide telephone assistance during the warranty period.
WARRANTY SERVICE WILL NOT BE PROVIDED WITHOUT DATED PROOF OF PURCHASE. PLEASE RETURN THE WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD WITHIN 30 DAYS OF PURCHASE. THIS WARRANTY BECOMES NULL AND VOID IF YOU FAIL TO PACK YOUR DC200/DC210 CAMERA IN A MANNER CONSISTENT WITH THE ORIGINAL PRODUCT PACKAGING AND DAMAGE OCCURS DURING PRODUCT SHIPMENT. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER: CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND KODAK'S CONTROL; SERVICE OR PARTS TO CORRECT PROBLEMS RESULTING FROM THE USE OF ATTACHMENTS, ACCESSORIES OR ALTERATIONS NOT MARKETED BY KODAK; SERVICE REQUIRED AS THE RESULT OF UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS OR SERVICE; MISUSE, ABUSE; FAILURE TO FOLLOW KODAK'S OPERATING, MAINTENANCE OR REPACKAGING INSTRUCTIONS; OR FAILURE TO USE ITEMS SUPPLIED BY KODAK (SUCH AS ADAPTERS AND CABLES). KODAK MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, OR OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE FOR THIS EQUIPMENT OR SOFTWARE. REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT WITHOUT CHARGE ARE KODAK'S ONLY OBLIGATION UNDER THIS WARRANTY. KODAK WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE PURCHASE, USE, OR IMPROPER FUNCTIONING OF THIS EQUIPMENT REGARDLESS OF THE CAUSE. SUCH DAMAGES FOR WHICH KODAK WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFIT, DOWNTIME COSTS, LOSS OF USE OF THE EQUIPMENT, COST OF ANY SUBSTITUTE EQUIPMENT, FACILITIES OR SERVICES, OR CLAIMS OF YOUR CUSTOMERS FOR SUCH DAMAGES. Depending on your geographical location, some limitations and exclusions may not apply.
File Properties 7-5 Type 4-6 Files Opening 7-2 Transferring to a Computer 7-2 Fill Flash 2-9 Fill Red-Eye Flash 2-9 Filmstrip Display 3-1 Flash Settings 2-9 FlashPix File Format 4-6 Formatting the Memory Card 4-10 Full Memory Card 2-6
Help, Getting 10-1, 10-2
Information Getting 10-1 Regulatory warranty4 Infrared Sensor 6-1 Inserting a Memory Card 2-7 Installing Batteries 2-12 Installing Software 5-1, 5-2, 5-3 Requirements for 5-1
JPEG File Format 4-6
Monitor Problems 9-3 Monitor Settings 9-1 Mounter Software 7-1, 7-2, 7-4, 7-5, 7-6, 7-7, 7-8, 7-9
Kodak Contacting 10-1 Getting Help From 10-2 NTSC Format 4-11
Overlay Screen 3-1 Language, Setting the 4-12 Launching TWAIN Software 8-2 LCD Messages 9-7, 9-8 LCD Screen Brightness 4-9 Light Pictures 2-4
Package Contents 1-2 PAL Format 4-11 Parts of the Camera 1-3, 1-4 Picture File Properties 7-5 Picture Files Opening 7-2 Transferring to a Computer 7-2 Picture Quality 2-11 Setting 4-2 Picture Resolution See Resolution Picture Taking See Taking a Picture Pictures Remaining 2-6 Port and Port Speed Adjusting Using TWAIN Software 8-5 Adjusting With Camera Attached to the Computer 7-8 Preferences Mode 4-1 Preview Display Exposure Compensation Icon 2-2 Exposure Lock Icon 2-2 Template Icon 2-2 Previewing the Image Before Taking the Picture 2-2 Previewing the Picture Just After Taking It 4-7 Index-3
Magnify Icon 3-1 Magnifying a picture in Review Mode 3-1 Memory Bar Display 3-1 Memory Card CompactFlash logo 2-8 Deleting a Picture From Using Mounter Software 7-9 Deleting Pictures From 3-2 Formatting 4-10 Full 2-6 Inserting and Removing 2-7 Problems 9-3 Properties 7-4 Viewing Available Memory 3-1 Viewing Pictures On 3-1 Memory Card Icon 2-7 Modes Capture 2-1 Connect 6-1 Preferences 4-1 Review 3-1
Printing Screen and Print Colors Do Not Match 9-2 Tips 9-2 Problems See Troubleshooting
Quality See Picture Quality Quickview Option 4-7
Regulatory Information warranty4 Removing a Memory Card 2-7 Requirements for Installing Software 5-1 Requirements, System 5-1 Resolution 2-10 Setting 4-3 Review Display Delete Icon 3-1 Filmstrip Icon 3-1 Magnify Icon 3-1 Memory Bar 3-1 Overlay Icon 3-1 Review Mode 3-1
The DC210 is the most advanced, most affordable and easiest-to-use digital camera in its class. It delivers spectacular detail, color, and sharpness thanks to megapixel technology and a 2X wide-angle zoom lens. The DC210 also has the user-friendly features you want, including an AC adapter right in the box. The DC210 camera can connect to a computer using an infrared transceiver connection. An infrared connection can increase transfer speed dramatically depending on the capability of your computer's IR options. Kodak has taken the award-winning, highly successful DC210 Zoom Digital Camera and made it even better!
|Product Type||Digital camera - compact|
|Optical Sensor Type||CCD|
|Total Pixels||1,000,000 pixels|
|Effective Sensor Resolution||995,328 pixels|
|Light Sensitivity||ISO 140|
|Max Shutter Speed||1/362 sec|
|Min Shutter Speed||1/2 sec|
|Exposure Compensation||±2 EV range, in 1/2 EV steps|
|Status LCD Display Information||Red-eye reduction, self-timer mode, photo quality, photos remaining, memory card status, picture resolution, battery condition, flash mode|
|Still Image Format||JPEG, FLASHPIX (FPX)|
|Memory / Storage|
|Flash Memory||4 MB flash - CompactFlash Card|
|Supported Flash Memory||CompactFlash|
|Image Storage||Hi 1152 x 864 : 16 - with 4MB card Basic 640 x 480 : 60 - with 4MB card|
|Camera Flash||Built-in flash|
|Flash Modes||Fill-in mode, auto mode, flash OFF mode, red-eye reduction|
|Red Eye Reduction||Yes|
|Effective Flash Range||2.3 ft - 10 ft|
|Type||Zoom lens - 4.4 mm - 8.8 mm - f/4.0|
|Focal Length||4.4 mm - 8.8 mm|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||29 - 58mm|
|Min Focus Range||1.6 ft|
|Macro Focus Range||8 in - 19.7 in|
|Optical Zoom||2 x|
|Self Timer Delay||10 sec|
|Additional Features||IrDA compatibility, date/time stamp, display brightness control|
|Viewfinder Type||Optical - real-image|
|Type||LCD display - TFT active matrix - 1.8" - color|
|Display Form Factor||Built-in|
|Connector Type||1 x serial 1 x composite video output 1 x DC power input|
|Expansion Slot(s)||1 x CompactFlash Card - type I|
|Software||Drivers & Utilities|
|Included Accessories||Hand strap|
|Cables Included||1 x serial cable 1 x video cable|
|Supported Battery Details||4 x AA alkaline battery ( included )|
|Min Operating Temperature||39.9 °F|
|Max Operating Temperature||104 °F|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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