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If you can get this around $400 or so, I think it represents among the best values when it comes to ease of use, and overall picture quality.
Excellent Camera, high quality pictures. I have taken over 2000 pictures with it now. No trouble to report except ocassional difficulty getting my computer to communicate with it, however that may be my computer.
I really enjoy the DC280. The pictures are excellent and the camera itself is very easy to use. I can have someone use it without giving them a lot of instructions. The pictures do take a little while to save on to the compact flash card, but not too... bad. The camera does use batteries quickly so be sure to have extras. Read more Less
I have used DC280 very intensely, its an overall good camera . The only drawback is the pictures at night . It does nto haev a good result at pictures in night.the other draw back is the no option for rechargeable batteries.but over all result of the... camera and performance is Very Good. Read more Less
Ive taken 25 pictures after 2.5 years and the camera no longer works. Warranty only 1 year after purchase, they want $135 to have Kodak service it. Do not buy.
Excellent quality, yet it keep up very well.
Kodak warranty isn't anything near enough to support the type of problems that occurred with this camera.
Very rarely used, and well taken care of.
I would suggest another brand/model.
once you buy it in one country and use in other country for a long lime, think about the big problem when the camera is out of work!That's what has happened to me!
Those of us who were early adopters will no doubt remember such models as the DC20, DC40, and DC50. Back when I was using a Quicktake 150, the DC50 was really nice. Read more