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Kodak Cameras
Posted by: Jon Henke on Saturday, December 23, 2006

Last year, my wife bought me a (seemingly) nice little Kodak EasyShare C330 digital camera for Christmas. Now, two days before Christmas — and despite only using taking about 40 pictures in the past year — the camera is broken.

Merry freaking Chrismas, Kodak. That's the last time I buy one of your worthless cameras.
 
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We bought my (at the time) 5 year old daughter a Kodak EasyShare camera last Christmas for under $60 and it still works great. She uses it all the time and even occasionally drops it on the hard wood floors.
 
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I forgot to add that we are giving our 4 and 2 year old daughter each a $25 generic digital camera this year (Hello Kitty version). It’s great to see what little kids find interesting enough to photograph!
 
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Our 2 1/2 year old Kodak Z765 is doing fine, despite the best efforts of our 2 1/4 year old.
 
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I just bought a C530, and my only complaint is that Kodak isn’t making its’ software work on 64-bit OS.
 
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My WalMart Kodak CX4200 has been just great for 4 years of heavy use. Don’t know if Picassa2 software will work on 64 bit, but I deleted my EasyShare program after I installed and used Picassa2. It is a FREE download and it is great.
 
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Well, actually, 64-bit XP Pro will talk to the camera (and other common cameras and scanners) without any intermediaries, and Picture Manager will do the rest.
 
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