Written on: 30/12/2001 by Jack.
I find that the Kodak DC3800 digital camera takes excellent indoor and outdoor shots. In low light the auto settings are lowered, so the subject must stay still during the exposure. To "stop the action" you must use the flash. But for "portrait-style" pics I often find the softer light of no-flash is preferable. If you want a small, easy to use , inexpensive point & shoot camera, this is it! (read more)
Written on: 21/11/2001 by Stephanie.
I am trying to connect the camera to a Mac with absolutely no success at all. I phoned Kodak before buying to make sure it would work with my computer and was assured it would.
Maybe in a few days I shall be calm enough to try again.
Maybe not. (read more)
Written on: 16/07/2001 by Gary.
I had a Ricoh Camera b4 this 1 and the quality on that camera was very poor and in the end it stopped working and i had to send it back. this wee gem of a camera takes great pictures especially if you are a novice like me. I recommend getting the rechargeable batteries because normal batteries just don't last, also get a bigger smart media card. (read more)
Written on: 02/06/2001 by Barry Jesson.
The Kodak DC3800 is an excellent point and shoot digital camera. It's compact and lightweight making it ideal for any occasion. Picture quality is outstanding, if a little distant. 2X zoom is helpful if used sparingly. Can drain batteries extremely quickly if LCD screen is used often. Overall an excellent, value for money camera. (read more)
Written on: 04/04/2001 by Gazza.
This is a lovely little camera. Designed for the point-and-click brigade rather than the professional, it is incredibly simple to use and gets great results nearly every time.
The standard 4mb card can take between 30 and 60 pictures on it (there is a very high res mode which means 15 shots but the difference between high and very high is negligible). If like me you get a 32mb card as well, then you'll have enough shots to keep you going for a few weeks away from home without having to... (read more)