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★★★★☆

“I have managed to make a set of Duracell Batteries...”

Written on: 21/07/2005 by biggles266 (1 review written)

I have managed to make a set of Duracell Batteries last a whole week in the Konica Revio KD-100 by using the viewfinder, taking approx 70 pics. I am now investing in a set of rechargeables. I am very pleased with the outdoor picture quality but indoor flash is not always good. I have had my camera refuse to take a picture on more than one occasion and it also froze so I couldn't switch it off. However, I like the quirky nature of the camera and the picture quality is good… Read Full Review

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“Konica Revio KD-100 - Overall, I thought this camera...”

Written on: 15/08/2004 by kingvidor (1 review written)

Konica Revio KD-100 - Overall, I thought this camera was a good buy and the picture quality is good. However, for the money there are now better cameras available. The on/off button has a habit of getting switched on while in the case if there is any pressure on it… Read Full Review

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“Works perfect under WinXp. It is recognised imediately...”

Written on: 14/06/2003 by Flo. (1 review written)

Works perfect under WinXp. It is recognised imediately without any USB driver. Image quality is good. When i plug the USB cable the camera lcd ask the following modes:DISK DRIVE or SILENT VIDEO. Can anyone tell me if REVIO-100 works as a webcam? How? Trough USB cable or Video Out?… Read Full Review

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“The Konica Digital Revio KD 100 was the first...”

Written on: 10/06/2003 by Callan Cool. (1 review written)

The Konica Digital Revio KD 100 was the first Megapixel Digital camera with an LCD preview screen to retail on the U.K. High Street for under £100 and as a camera has been around for quite a while. Whilst its there's now around half a dozen or more 2 megapixel cameras on sale for the same price as the revio, with Konica recently introducing it's own 2 megapixel DC 25 retailing at only £10 more, is the KD 100 a good buy or not?

Looking around the reviews of this camera on review centre it… Read Full Review

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“Does anyone know any shops where the adapter can be...”

Written on: 04/03/2003 by Shifter. (1 review written)

Does anyone know any shops where the adapter can be brought???… Read Full Review

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Wyevalet's Response to Shifter.'s Review

Written on: 22/09/2003

A mains adaptor can be found at http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2952369721&category=15215
<br>until 28th september, the seller is dc-pro-europe

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“Hello, I just bought the camera and i have no probs to...”

Written on: 12/02/2003 by overpedro. (1 review written)

Hello, I just bought the camera and i have no probs to put my photos on the computer but i really don't know how to use it as a webcam. I installed all drivers but is there another special driver i have to download ?; or does it work as a webcam only with Windows XP?. Any advice? Thanks ;-)… Read Full Review

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78811_Tim.'s Response to 72510_overpedro.'s Review

Written on: 10/03/2003

I have a 128 mb memory card for this camera which gives me about 7 minutes of video footage in total, but I only seem to be able to take 15 second videos at a time - is there any way I can change this?

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220913_Regne's Response to 72510_overpedro.'s Review

Written on: 14/12/2005

It looks like not working as webcam under XP as well, I am seeking drivers over the internet
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<br>It is detected as : "camera" but can"t be fully installed without proper drivers.
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<br>Carry on :)

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Micks Fletcher's Response to 72510_overpedro.'s Review

Written on: 01/02/2004

i have not got a disk for my digital camera it is konica digital revio kd-100 can you hlep me i am on xp pc

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83935_Pocman.'s Response to 72510_overpedro.'s Review

Written on: 28/03/2003

I am looking for help here. I have lost my operations manual and am having difficulty in downloading pictures from the camera to my PC. I have loaded the software and driver and tried to download a picture in Photosuite but it doesn't seem to recognise the camera.
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<br><br>The PC operating system is Windows 2000 Pro. Any ideas???

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“Got it in December loaded driver for win98 easily but...”

Written on: 22/01/2003 by mik. (1 review written)

Got it in December loaded driver for win98 easily but found the battery went flat very fast. Began by thinking it was a set of oldish batteries. Eventually found that auto power off would not work at all, also realised that it is very easy to switch on accidently when putting it back in its pouch or while carrying it. The first swap offered would also not auto power off a replacement was sent by the makers but I'd lost confidence in it and took the shops offer of an alternative Fuji camera… Read Full Review

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“Semi-pro indeed! That kind of comment is inane and...”

Written on: 31/12/2002 by Steve. (1 review written)

Semi-pro indeed! That kind of comment is inane and speaks volumes about the quality of the reviewer, rather than this very ordinary camera. The Konica Revio KD-100 digital camera is good value, from a good manufacturer. That's all that can be said. Mine's going back today because it won't take sharp pictures - must be a lens fault… Read Full Review

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104960_Callan Cool.'s Response to 61718_Steve.'s Review

Written on: 06/06/2003

wasn't a lens fault
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“Although Konica are a well known brand, they still...”

Written on: 31/08/2002 by Shaolyen. (1 review written)

Although Konica are a well known brand, they still have a long way to go before they can compare with the likes of Olympus and Kodak. The KD-100 digital camera is their entry level offering, and while the price is good at £99 there are many things you need to consider before buying this camera.

The first thing to mention is the picture quality. Although essentially this is a £99 camera, the standard of pictures it produces is far short of professional quality. On solid blocks of colour noise… Read Full Review

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37859_Geoff.'s Response to 35692_Shaolyen.'s Review

Written on: 14/09/2002

Any advice welcome on how to operate the 2xzoom on the konica revio kd100

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105814_Hirenbacker.'s Response to 35692_Shaolyen.'s Review

Written on: 10/06/2003

to geoff, to operate digital zoom, either the third or fourth button down will have 2x next to it, press it to operate, with or without the screen on, though its not a good zoom.

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76231_Peter.'s Response to 35692_Shaolyen.'s Review

Written on: 27/02/2003

Dave, You may have read my comments left on 5th Feb. I had exactly the same trouble. The Konica support people responded quickly to my email. Their first suggestion, however, just caused a fatal exception in Windows every time I connected to the camera. They then sent me a patch for some other software on my PC which was causing a conflict. I rather warily applied the patch and I'm pleased to say it cured the problem. I now get the removable disc icon and everything works fine.

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75455_Dave.'s Response to 35692_Shaolyen.'s Review

Written on: 25/02/2003

The web cam does work OK in Windows 98SE. I cannot comment on your problem as it worked first time - sorry. However, I cannot get the disk icon in 'my computer' for accessing photos. I have tried every combination of starting up and reloading the drivers - any ideas?

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72508_Overpedro.'s Response to 35692_Shaolyen.'s Review

Written on: 12/02/2003

Hello, I just bought the camera and i have no probs to put my photos on the compputer but i really don't know how to use it as a webcam. I installed all drivers but is there another special driver i have to download ?; or does it work as a webcam only with Windows XP?.Any advice? Thanks
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70827_Peter.'s Response to 35692_Shaolyen.'s Review

Written on: 05/02/2003

I've just bought one of these. The camera works but the software doesn't. I followed the instructions as suggested by the previous commenter but as soon as I press enter/select after connecting the camera I just get a fatal exception in Windows. That's not much good is it. This is really infuriating. Anyone got any good ideas?

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69478_Smurkin Gherkin.'s Response to 35692_Shaolyen.'s Review

Written on: 31/01/2003

Just switch on the computer with the supplied silver usb plugged into the back. Don't plug the camera in yet. When boot up is complete, plug the camera into the miniusb connection on the silver lead. The camera screen should light up (if not hit the camera power button) giving two options...choose removable disk drive (the top option - not the webcam option) by using the arrow button to select then press the enter/select key on the camera (2nd from the bottom on the cameras back...from memory). Now double click on my computer...the camera should be visible as an extra "removable" hard drive. Go into this by double clicking and copy the files you find in the folders there onto your desktop....and voila.
You may want a photoeditor. There are loads of free ones available. I use corel printhouse magic. Best adivice...go buy a pc magazine with a free photoeditor on the coverdisk.
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<br>Good Luck.

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69192_Pamela.'s Response to 35692_Shaolyen.'s Review

Written on: 30/01/2003

Hello,
I just bought the camera and i can't download the images to my computer. I installed the drivers without problems but after that when i try to "get" them from the camera i can't do anything.
Any advice?
Cheers

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66803_Smurkin Gherkin.'s Response to 35692_Shaolyen.'s Review

Written on: 20/01/2003

I have windows 98 se....and no probs....once you figure out it works as a removable drive and you don't need to boot to plug it in and make it work. I have a feeling the conflicts/problems are more to do with the mobos compatibility with usb and the os..certainly no probs here.

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Tvoburner.'s Response to 35692_Shaolyen.'s Review

Written on: 17/12/2002

The guy who is complaining about the drivers messing up his Win 98 should look at his own setup as I`m running 98 and have had no problems at all. I think it`s a brilliant little camera for the money.

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46972_Gendy.'s Response to 35692_Shaolyen.'s Review

Written on: 29/10/2002

What about the supplied software.Trying to download the drivers from the supplied CDROM completely corrupted Windows 98 on my PC necessitating a rebuild (twice!!!).

What USB version does this camera operate on and is it compatible to Windows 98 operating USB 1.1?

I think not.

In effect the camera is poorly described as to its characteristics .

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