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2001. 2.2 megapixels digital camera. 38mm lens (35mm equivalent).

Kodak Eastman: DX3500 camera

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 2016-06-05
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 $7
 2016-05-19
 4E
 $8
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by bill339 » Wed Jul 26, 2017 2:33 pm

The DX3500's 2.2-megapixel CCD can provide 600- by 900-pixel and 1,200- by 1,800-pixel resolution, the densest of any camera in its price range in 2001 when introduced. The Kodak DX3500 Digital Camera is the ultimate in point-and-shoot simplicity -- from snapping a picture, to downloading it to your computer, to making simple corrections, to printing (or emailing) the results -- Kodak fulfills its ongoing promise, "You press the button, we do the rest." The difference is not so much in the camera, since it looks and operates similar to many point-and-shoot models. What really sets it apart is Kodak's new EasyShare System -- a combination of digital camera, software, and docking station. Together, they take a lot of the "high-tech" out of the digital learning curve. The camera has an optical viewfinder, 1.8-inch color display, all glass fixed-focus lens (equivalent to 38mm), digital zoom (3x), built-in flash, internal 8MB storage, compact Flash memory slot, USB computer connection, Camera Docking receiver, and operates on 2 Lithium AA batteries. Originally the camera came with Kodak Picture Software for Mac and PC. The DX3500 makes all exposure decisions automatically. Its wide-angle lens is perfect for photos of small groups or individuals, indoor or outdoor activities, and environmental surroundings like gardens, street scenes, architecture, and landscapes. For people shots though, this is definitely a "Full-Res" lens. If you get closer than about 8 feet and try to focus in on the face, the 38mm equivalent lens will noticeably distort facial features.

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