Kodak DC3400

Announced Aug 1, 2000 •
2 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 38 – 76 mm (2×)
kayaker4fun
 

I've loved this camera since I purchased it. The features were easy to use, manageable within the LCD panel at a touch of a button or slide of a wheel. Quality is superb for a 2.0MP. It's held up in the chills of Maine to the heat of the Dominican Republic. Problems: Lenses attaching to the front, securing into the tripod screw are a little awkward, but otherwise no real complaints.

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cvt
 

An Excellent 2MP camera, always takes nice infocus photos, always sharp, and not much noise. The motors in it are very noisy, but thats just a minor detail. Nice size to work with, menu system is a bit slow, but buttons are well placed, and very reliable camera. Still, of all the PAS cameras I have, its my favorites. I've taken about 5000 photo's with it and its power switch is a bit "faulty" otherwise still going strong. Problems: Eats batteries like there going out of fasion. Lens cover ...

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Sunny Mo
 

I've never thought of buying a Kodak until I saw this one sold at a display price $87 (HK$680) in Hong Kong. I intended to give it to my children as a school work cam. But the trial shots were amazingly good. It reflects the true color, shoots indoor picture at night with very good light (even without flash). A macro trial shot in daynight is unbelievably good with attractive details. Image is generally sharp with an experineced photograpaher. The auto functions do an excellent job. Don't ...

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JordanCS
 

I've had this camera for almost 2 years now, and I've taken over 2,700 photos with it, and it's still going strong. The camera is easy to use, and is solidly built, although it is quite heavy compared to today's cameras. The image quality is outstanding, and the prints I have made from my photos look amazing...actually significantly sharper and richer than my film point and shoot. The 2 MP resolution is good for crisp, detailed 4x6 and 5x7 prints, and definitely good enough for 95% of ...

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Todd Speser
 

This was my first digicam and I was very pleased with the performance. I tried photography in high school, but found found it expensive at that age due to film and developing, to really pursue it. I bought this camera to take photos of my jewelry for records of my work. It did a beautiful job! The macros were great for this level of camera. I found it extremely easy to use for a novice beginner and at really great price. This camera helped me learn a great deal more about photography. I ...

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jayda
 

Bought this camera about 2 years ago. It has served its purpose well. Have not used my fancy SLR film camera since I got this one! It takes a decent shot, lots of useful options and features for anyone wanting a camera for taking on holiday or taking pictures of your family. We have recently discovered what a great picture it takes in macro mode. Beautiful close ups. Good value for what you get. Great first digital camera. I have just passed mine on to my 11yo daughter because I'm ...

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Jaime Vernaza
 

Great picture quality. Two years ago it was OK. Now are better ones. Problems: Is to big and to heavy. Is not for traveling. Downloading is a crap, is to slow. Camera softaware is slow.

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Damon Ransom
 

I've used this camera for well over a year, and haven't had any troubles with it. The image quality is top-notch for a 2.1 mp camera, even better than some 3.3 mp cameras. I do have trouble connecting to the computer via the USB cable - I have to unplug and replug the cable in before it'll connect. Always make sure to carry extra batteries.

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Nancy Gragg
 

Not very user friendly. Problems: The camera turned on, worked fine at 7am; at 4pm it wouldn't turn on no matter what I did. Called Kodak and it will have to be repaired and will cost quite a bit.

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Steve Fink
 

I've learned a lot since purchasing this camera about a year ago. At first I tried printing my own photos but have since use the internet service DotPhoto.com. The quality is very good at a good price. I pay 19 cents a photo. I figured it was costing me more then that to print my own at home with more frustrations and time involved. I purchased the lens and camera bag kit from Kodak and am glad I did. With the kit I got a 37 mm convertor that holds the 2X telephoto lens and .5 wide ...

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