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Kodak DC210 plus

alaTest has collected and analyzed 110 reviews of Kodak DC210 plus. The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Digital Compact Cameras for all reviews. Views about the design and portability are overall positive. The price and image quality are also appreciated, whereas some have doubts about the screen and lens.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Digital Compact Cameras the Kodak DC210 plus is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 77/100 = Good quality.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 31 user reviews of Kodak DC210 plus from The average user rating for this product is 3.3/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other Digital Compact Cameras on People are impressed by the memory and price. The portability and image quality are also mentioned favorably, whereas there are some critical opinions about the durability and lens.

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65% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

Nov, 2019

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Digital Cameras - Kodak DC210 Digital Camera Review, Information, Specifications


Kodak has long been a leader in digital imaging, having created some of the very first all-digital cameras as long ago as 1991. At the time of this writing (January, 1998), their DC210 topped the broadest line of point and shoot digital cameras in the...

With deep roots in conventional photography, Kodak seems to have a clear sense that what people want to do with digital cameras is take pictures. (Why should this be a surprise?) In support of this, they were the first to produce a "megapixel" camera...

May, 1998

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Good low-end digital camera


I have the DC-210 Megapixel and it's a good basic digital camera. It is very easy to use. The controls are very straightforward and easy to access. To take pictures, you just adjust the zoom, point and click. You get a preview of the picture on the...

Easy to use, excellent picture quality, nice software bundle

Short batter life, slow transfers

Jul, 2001

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Bring some batteries to capture the moment


I first got the Kodak DC-210 Plus over two years ago, and its has been used for well over 1000 shots (and countless AA batteries). Back then, a mega-pixel was considered a lot for digital, and serial interfaces were standard.

CompactFlash memory, good picture quality, easy to use.

It eats batteries like there's no tomorrow.

Jun, 2001

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Got all day?


Easy to use, acceptable picture quality.

Slow serial transfer, short battery life.

Apr, 2001

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Excellent camera for business or pleasure


I have been using this camera since it came out at $400. It has taken a lot of use and abuse and keeps on working. Over 4000 pictures later, it still works like new. Although a discontinued model, I picked up other DC210 cameras at todays street...

Rugged and durable camera takes quality photos. Now a real bargain at $200 range.


Mar, 2001

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The Kodak Yawn


The Kodak DC210 is a pretty good camera, yet is has began to be quite outdated.

Good Picture Quality for 1 MegaPix, Very easy to use

Bulky, Slow Transfer Rates, Bad Zoom, No Lens Cover

Mar, 2001

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Kodak DC210 Plus


I have had this camera for over a year already, and I must say I am surprised with the results......

takes very nice pictures

non ergo design, eats up batteries like crazy

Mar, 2001

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Long time user--Rethinking Decision


I've had this camera for approximately 2 years now. For some reason, it has decided to stop functioning properly; it seems the auto-focus has gone haywire on me. However, with that aside, I will discuss the 2 years of good use I put this camera...

easy transfer of pictures to cpu, affordability

Short battery life & battery cover problem, bulky, no lens cover, picture saving&loading slow

Mar, 2001

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Web pages and Ebay is me!


After talking with 2 co-workers about this camera I purchased a refurbished one. What a deal I ordered through the website using my credit card one after noon and the next afternoon it was at my door step, I couldn't believe it!!!! And with tax and...

Takes Fantastic pictures !!!!!

Needs the right batteries !!!!!!

Sep, 2000

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Point and Shoot ...Go Digital.


I use a company owned Kodak DC210 to take progress photos of a construction site. And it does a fairly decent job collecting hundreds of photos every month. We download photos to our computers each day to keep a detailed record of progress, and...

Simple to Use

Poor Exposure Control

Sep, 2000

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