Written on: 07/06/2006 by stmartinsdiver (7 reviews written)
Although the Kodak DC280 digital camera is several years old, picture quality still compares well with much higher spec current cameras. It is very slow when writing to memory cards bigger than 64Mb, but as it is only 2 mega-pixel resolution this is really not a problem. Despite it's age, it's never given any problems, unlike 2 much newer cameras I've owned. (read more)
Written on: 23/05/2001 by Jon de Vries.
The Kodak DC280 is one of the best purchases I ever made. I use it constantly and rarely get a bad photo from it. If I'm being picky - the colours can sometimes appear a little too vivid but even this makes the photos look better than reality. (read more)
Written on: 12/04/2000 by George Mann.
This camera is without a doubt the best 2Megapixel "easy to use" consumer point&shoot camera available on the market today (read the good points). (read more)
Written on: 09/02/2000 by Angela.
This camera is easy to use, high resolution (2.3 million pixels) and comes with a fair size Compact flash card (20Mb). The camera can do close ups too. It also has flash control, exposure control, black & white, light metering options and basic image adjustments. I would like higher resolution but there isnt a digital camera on the market offering better. Compact Flash cards are expensive too. (read more)