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“I bought the Kodak MC3 digital camera a few years ago...”

Written on: 29/11/2005 by jaquellae (1 review written)

Good Points
Good sound with the MP3 player Adequate LCD screen

Bad Points
The camera doesn't do well in low lighting The interface software doesn't connect well

General Comments
I bought the Kodak MC3 digital camera a few years ago as a replacement for the cheap $30 web cam I'd bought about a year before that. The 640x480 resolution camera is good for taking pictures for posting on the web or eBay, which is what I mainly bought it for. I could never get the included software to recognize the camera driver (using Win98), but with a card reader (not included) for the CompactFlash card this isn't really an issue. It does support at least up to a 1GB CompactFlash card.

Using the camera itself is easy, and switching between the different modes is easy and takes a few seconds. The MP3 player produces good sound, and with the expandable memory your only limited by the memory card. All around, worth the $40-$50 I spent for it on Ebay.

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