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★★★★★

“I have only ever used Kodaks on a regular basis and...”

Written on: 16/10/2003 by redbaron (16 reviews written)

Good Points
Excellent Photo Quality, Perfect for snaps, Ease of use, Connectivity to Macintosh

Bad Points
No macro function

General Comments
I have only ever used Kodaks on a regular basis and found that they are excellent for all functions. The Kodak DC3400 is one of the best and simplest 2 MP cameras around. Picture quality is very good and the focusing is the best in any entry level camera that I have found. Ease of use is such that the die-hard technophobe can navigate with no trouble. One of Kodaks primary strengths is their compatibility, this camera (and the DC 240 I had before) will connect to my G4 Mac via USB as well as my old G3 Mac via Mac serial, I can use the CF cards in a card reader or PCMCIA and it integrates into Apple's iPhoto well. For Mac users who want great snaps you will struggle to find a better camera at the price you'll now pay for one. The only disappointment is the close ups. This is not the camera for close expert detail but then you'd wouldn't really expect it to be.