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    Default Kodak EasyShare series

    Quote Originally Posted by LikaNui View Post
    they're just basic snapshots from a little Kodak EasyShare camera.
    Which model of the Kodak EasyShare do you have?

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    Default Re: Kodak EasyShare series

    Z712is

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    Default Re: Kodak EasyShare series

    Which seems to be not available from either BestBuy or the Kodak web itself.

    Did notice the EasyShare C195, kind of a new product. Runs on 2 AA batteries, uses SD cards for storage, 3 shot burst mode and at least 9 different scene settings. For about $99 too!

    Might pick one up to replace my aging HP M547 camera.

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    Default Re: Kodak EasyShare series

    Quote Originally Posted by helen View Post
    Which model of the Kodak EasyShare do you have?
    Quote Originally Posted by LikaNui View Post
    Z712is
    Quote Originally Posted by helen View Post
    Which seems to be not available from either BestBuy or the Kodak web itself.
    I bought it at BestBuy, and it's on Kodak's website right here.
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    Default Re: Kodak EasyShare series

    I had a Z1485 14MP Easy share but somehow it disappeared between Honolulu and Hilo as it went thru TSA.

    Now I have a more modest Easy Share Z915 10MP camera. Not as good as the Z1485 but at least Kodak got away from using those 3.7v Lithium Ion batteries called the KLIK 8000 or 3000? These were special batteries unlike the ones you normally put into double-A cameras. My new Z915 uses standard alkaline or rechargable Ni-Mhd batteries and will last a full day.
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