Behind a simple if slightly cheap feeling plastic door you'll find the CompactFlash slot directly above this is the CF activity light an indication of when it's not a good idea to remove the card At first it's not obvious how you'd remove the CF card once inserted, behind the door there's no eject button, this is cunningly hidden on the base of the camera (just like the DC280) and requires a stiff push to eject the card (even the door will pop open on its own).
On the left side of the camera are all the connections, visible without opening the connections cover is the flash sync (PC) terminal which can be used to fire external flash equipment. Behind the connections door are the USB, AV and DC power-in connectors. It's a shame Kodak didn't come up with a neater way to connect the external power without having to open this door (every time) maybe a docking station (could also contain the USB connector...).
Supplied In the Box
The contents of the retail box are: (may vary by region)
- Kodak DC4800 Digital Camera
- KLIC-3000 Lithium-Ion battery
- AC adapter/charger (110-240V)
- 16 MB CompactFlash card
- Lens cap & string
- Neck strap
- USB cable
- AV cable
- Kodak DC4800 CD-ROM
- USB driver
- User Manual
|CompactFlash: "Picture Card"
||CF Card -> PC Card adapter||Deluxe Case|
|Parallel Card Reader
||USB Card Reader||SCSI Card Reader (Mac)|
|DC4800 Lens Adapter
Provides 43mm thread
Wide Angle Lens *
|Telephoto Lens *
|Close up (Macro) lenses *
A +7 and +10 diopter set (can be doubled up)
|Lens Kit *
(Close up, Telephoto, Wide Angle lenses)
* Require 43mm Lens Adapter
+ Availability of accessories may vary by region.
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