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61. Kodak KB18 35mm Camera
62. Samsung Digimax 130 1.3MP Digital
63. Panasonic PV-L352 Analog Camcorder
64. Samsung SCD80 MiniDV Compact Digital
65. Panasonic PVDV102 MiniDV Multicam
66. Tiffen Company 37mm Close Up Lens
67. Nikon N65 SLR Camera Kit w/ 28mm-80mm
$179.94 $171.00 list($299.99)
68. Canon Speedlite 420EX Flash for
Too low to display $62.99 list($84.99)
69. Kodak EasyShare Dock 6000 III
$59.95 list($69.95)
70. Canon Digital Elph Camera Accessory
$12.14 $11.88 list($21.99)
71. TDK MiniDV Tapes, 60 Minute (3-Pack)
$24.94 $22.95 list($29.99)
72. Canon Remote Switch RS60 E3
73. Kodak EasyShare Printer Dock 6000
$46.99 $14.13 list($60.00)
74. Sony NPFM50 InfoLithium Battery
$32.94 $30.88 list($34.99)
75. Kodak EasyShare Travel Kit with
$49.94 $32.60 list($70.99)
76. Canon ACK-500 AC Adapter Kit for
$56.99 $56.95 list($69.99)
77. Sony ACC-MVC2 Mavica Starter Kit
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78. Canon Deluxe Gadget Bag 100EG
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79. Kodak NIMH Rechargeable Battery
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80. Olympus CLA4 Lens Adapter Tube

61. Kodak KB18 35mm Camera
by Kodak
list price: $25.99
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Asin: B00004SGAZ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 1878
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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The KB18 Advanced Photo System camera from Kodak features a 35mm lens that captures portrait and group shots. Point-and-shoot simplicity and the automatic flash give you better-exposed pictures indoors and out. The flash also reduces shadows when you are shooting in bright sunlight and reduces red-eye. The sliding lens cover protects the lens from dust and scratches and acts as an on/off switch for the camera.

A bright viewfinder displays the selected picture size and simplifies camera operation. The Kodak KB18 will not operate if it is loaded incorrectly, but you can check if you'd loaded it properly by looking through the film door. You can remove and reload the same film cassette or switch film speed with Kodak's midroll change feature. This package includes a roll of Kodak Advantix color film, two Kodak Photolife AA batteries, and a detachable camera strap.

Kodak offers a one-year warranty on parts and labor for this camera. ... Read more


  • Point-and-shoot 35mm camera
  • Fixed focus with range of 4 feet and beyond
  • Automatic flash every time you take a photo
  • Auto-off feature to conserve battery
  • Large viewfinder for easy framing of shots

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Simply Good
I enjoyed using this camera. It takes great pictures and is easy to carry around. my 6-year old daughter uses it also. One correction, the camera uses AAA batteries. I recommend its use to anyone who loves taking family pictures.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great camera
This is a great cheap camera for everyday use. I have had mine for several years and have not had any problems yet. The pictures come out great. I got this camera to replace another Kodak camera I had that broke after about 10 years. I swore I would never buy another kind of camera...

5-0 out of 5 stars Best starter camera
I've been using this for 3 years. Extremely cheap, extremely basic camera with the Kodak quality. Runs for a hundred shots on a set of batteries. After some experimenting on a roll of film, you'll grasp the capabilities of its lens and flash and you'll improve your shots dramatically. Excellent gift for youngsters while teaching them how to choose lighting and subjects and the art of framing one's subject. You'll have no fear of it getting stolen, broken or lost by the child.

3-0 out of 5 stars Just a Basic Camera.
The actual pictures produced with this camera look fine. There is nothing special about the photo quality, and certainly nothing special about the camera itself. You have to advance the film manually. And besides a lens, viewfinder, and flash, there aren't any special features. But if you just want a cheap, basic camera, this one is a good one to go with.

4-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic
I have used this camera before and the pictures look like a professional has taken them. It is really easy to use and the colors and so bright and pretty ... Read more

62. Samsung Digimax 130 1.3MP Digital Camera
by Samsung
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0000636X1
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 5332
Average Customer Review: 3.62 out of 5 stars
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  • 1.2-megapixel sensor captures 1,280 x 960 images for prints at sizes up to 5 x 7 inches
  • Focus-free lens with 2x digital zoom
  • 8MB internal memory holds approximately 24 images at default settings; CompactFlash slot for expanded storage
  • Connects with PCs via USB port
  • Uses 4 AA batteries (rechargeables recommended)

Reviews (8)

3-0 out of 5 stars _
This camera is good for beginners . The zoom isnt that great. Pictures come out good as long as the object isnt moving. It EATS batteries though. After a year with this camera , the plug for the USB cord got loose. So im'm stuck with a photo album unable to load the pictures on to my computer.

3-0 out of 5 stars Decent, some problems
The main thing that comes to mind when i think about this camera is the rate at which the batteries wear out, it is a real compromise. The quality is nothing more than decent. It's fine for use for work or something, nothing more.

4-0 out of 5 stars A decent entry level digital camera
All I needed was a simple camera that could take resonable quality jpgs for newsletters and websites. Outdoor pictures are fairly good and indoor (flash) pictures are quite acceptable. The sensor is rated at ASA 200, so keep in mind that flash range is only about 12 feet.

With a 32M flash card it holds 69 photos at high resolution. Downloads are easy,the digimax viewer/browser is excellent and all the included software seems to run well enough in Windows 98.

The only flaw is that it is too easy to leave the lens in macro position when taking normal range photos. On the plus side, the macro pictures are excellent. With Nickel-Metal rechargeables and conservative use of the LCD screen, battery life is "not bad" for a digital camera. All things considered, a decent camera if your needs are modest.

3-0 out of 5 stars A Great Beginner Camera
This is my first digital camera. It is really easy to use, but there are two flaws I can think of. The batteries wear out pretty fast, so I am planning on getting rechargable ones soon. The other is that the pictures on your computer are very large. They take about 1 minute to transfer to another user on AIM, which is what I use mostly. I'd rather the pictures be half the size, because I have no use for large images.

5-0 out of 5 stars Cool
This is wonderful for a beginner or intermediate photographer, though it only has 1.3 megapixels. ... Read more

63. Panasonic PV-L352 Analog Camcorder
by Panasonic

Asin: B00005YVQB
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 4395
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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The Panasonic PVL352 VHS-C camcorder features a large 2.5-inch color LCD, 20x optical zoom, high-performance two-hour battery, and special digital effects like strobe, wipe, and a 16 x 9 widescreen. You can even digitally add color filters to your video without having to attach one to the lens.

The PVL352 has an optical zoom magnification of 20x, along with a 750x digital zoom, which works by electronically enhancing the optical image. The digital image stabilization system keeps the picture steady and solid throughout zooms and camera shakes. The standard RCA input-output and cable is included so you can hook the camcorder to a TV for convenient viewing or a VCR for dubbing to regular VHS. ... Read more

Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't work for long
I purchased this model in March 2002 and in May 2003 - it just quit working! I thought the battery had run out - recharged it -nothing! Bought a new battery - still nothing. All it'll do now is make a click noise when you switch to camera or vcr. Cant even get my tape out of the damn thing now! Call Panasonic - what a joke! They wanted $149.00 for a diagnostic test and $102.00 service charge - I only paid about $300 for it new. I'll never buy another panasonic again - the service was terrible and they are not helpful AT ALL! Good luck if you buy one - get the extended warranty! They should sell them for $50.00 and just make them disposable!

3-0 out of 5 stars It worked great until it stopped working....
I baught this camera around october and it is now august, and for some odd reason a couple weeks ago, it broke. i have no idea why, i wasn't being rough with it or anything, i'm sure i didn't bang it.

for one, the loading part would'nt work but my dad somehow managed to shove the tape in (i have no clue how because he can't do it anymore) and when he did it wouldn't record, play, or anything else!

other than the fact that, its a nice camera.

2-0 out of 5 stars A good camcorder but........
I purchased one of these last year and although I can't complain about the quality of the picture, the service from Panasonic leaves a whole lot to be desired.

My camcorder was accidently bumped about 8 months after I purchased it which caused the deck assembly and loading assembly to become unworkable. Even though the fault was mine, Panasonic doesn't seem to want you to have their products repaired, they would rather you buy another one, as the repair technician stated to me. The parts cost more than the camcorder did new.

Needless to say I will never buy another Panasonic product again and neither will my friends and family.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Good little Camera [for little money]
Iv'e had this panasonic camcorder for awhile now and i'm satisfied with it.It's got all the basic's you come to expect from a cheap camera but it boast a couple of xtras that i enjoy such as the digital fades and backlight settings that work well.While i was dispointed to see that this model don't have the option to make titles it's really a small overall flaw.My one other con would have to be auto focus.It just doesn't seem to work as well while zooming in on an object as it should so i'm glad they give the option to manualy focus as well..Overall i would recomend this to somebody just lookin for a camcorder to record family events or just don't wanna spend a fortune on a camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars Most Bang for Your Buck
When I first recieved this particular product I have to admit i was skeptical. I had only bought this product because I was in charge of taping some scenes from a play. But, after using this product I would say that it has the most features and the easiest to use system you will find for anywhere near [item price]! It easy to use, sleek, hideaway LCD screen lets you see exactly what you are taping. It also lets you watch what you taped without having to go to a TV. Overall, what this procuct has to offer is far superior to some of its competitors. ... Read more

64. Samsung SCD80 MiniDV Compact Digital Camcorder with 2.5" LCD Display
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B000069F70
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
Sales Rank: 3793
Average Customer Review: 3.62 out of 5 stars
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In recent years Samsung has gained a reputation for developing great technology at lower prices, which the SCD80 will only enhance. Among its many features are a large 2.5-inch LCD screen, shoe for external accessories, remote control, nine digital special effects, and a color onscreen display with easy-to-use dial navigation controls. The camcorder also has a photo mode where you can record digital stills directly onto the tape.

The SCD80 has an optical zoom power of 10x and a digital zoom that can magnify up to 400x, which works by electronically enhancing the optical image. A four-step variable zooming speed controls the zoom according to the amount of pressure you apply to the toggle. The digital image stabilization system keeps the picture steady and solid throughout zooms and camera shakes. The infrared function allows you to shoot visible video in situations with practically no light.

Inputs and Outputs
The standard DV IEEE 1394 port (also called FireWire) is present for no-loss connections to PCs or other DV machines. S-video and RCA connections are used for direct viewing on a television or for VHS dubbing. You can also plug in an external microphone via the mic jack for better quality sound.

MiniDV Format
MiniDV digital technology delivers clear, sharp video with up to 500 lines of horizontal resolution--far superior to the 240 lines of resolution offered by 8mm camcorders. You'll get minimal color noise interference for a more stable picture. You'll also get excellent sound quality in either 12-bit or 16-bit audio recording modes.

  • 16-bit audio includes one set of stereo audio tracks to produce CD-quality sound.
  • 12-bit audio utilizes two sets of audio tracks so you can easily add background music or commentary to your videos while maintaining the existing soundtrack.

This is all delivered on a cassette that's 1/12 the size of a standard VHS tape. A MiniDV tape offers digital recording time of two full hours--20 times the capacity of a CD. ... Read more


  • MiniDV camcorder
  • 10x optical, 400x digital, zoom with image stabilization
  • 2.5-inch color active matrix LCD
  • Infrared function for shooting visible video in situations with practically no light
  • Analog pass-through ports for direct connection to computer

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars SamDUNG SCD80- it sucks!
Just days after buying it, it started shredding up tapes, poor video quality, poor customer support, and when it doesn't eat the tape up, it can't even play it back properly without having serious playback problems. I have talked to others about this cam-- same thing. SamDUNG.

1-0 out of 5 stars Go with a Japanese brand
Even though Samsung licenses the technology from Japanese vendors, they suffer 1) poor quality control, and 2) terrible ergonomic design decisions, and 3) extremely bad customer support -- don't expect to find anyone if you need support such as warranty fulfillment. A much higher-quality JVC or Sharp doesn't cost much more, and gives you years of trusty service. The image quality on this model is pretty poor, prompting a Korean reviewer to call it worse than many 8mm camcorders. I can't comment on audio, but I'd be really really surprised if a Samsung can have better audio than a Panasonic, which Digital Video magazine gave a very positive review of.

So go with the best and get a reliable Japanese brand.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great cam for the price
After looking at a ton of cameras I stumbeled onto this one. But I couldn't find too many reviews but the ones I did find only praised it, so I went out on a limb and bought this bad boy. And I'm glad I did. For the price this cam cannot be beat. The picture quality is excellent, not broadcast mind you but hey, it wasn't 3 grand. The zoom and auto focus work really well and so does the night vision. You can see in total darkness. The sound also picks up great because the mic points toward the front not the sky like many other cameras. A cool thing about this camera is that there is no red light when you are recording so you can get real candid shots. The battery lasts for a long time, one charge will last me a week when I film skiing everyday. And the charge only takes about 30 min. The tape load is on the bottom so it cannot be accesed while mounted on a tripod, but it's not a big deal. One thing I've noticed is that when filming in the cold you have to let it record for a few extra seconds or else what you were trying to get will be cut short. Other than that I haven noticed any problems. BTW it does not come with a firewire cord, or the lens attachment that appears in so many pictures of it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for the price, if your like me
Lets face it, we dont all have the dollars to throw on just any expensive if you want something affordable, you dont want it to be cheap. In other words, you dont want to sacrafice the price for the quality. This model has done the opposite, and made me happy to spend what little money it cost, and has had terrific results. I dont want to go into the detail like the guy before me did, but I will say that he was right about all that he said. Its really a worthwhile buy, and you cant go wrong with a great company like samsung.

4-0 out of 5 stars A more in-depth review than the rest
Since no one here wrote a thorough review of the SCD80, and since I've been a long time Amazon customer, I feel it's time to give back.

Overall, this is a terrific camera for amateurs/novices especially. It has a LOT of nifty features for something this cheap. I won't reevaluate the basic technical features, such as the zoom aspects, as it was already covered in the Amazon Editorial review.

To start off the review, I'd like to mention what I think to be the most important aspect of any camcorder - video quality. I noticed indoor shooting, in low light situations, the quality can indeed be grainy. It's worthy to point out that I've read reviews of other MiniDV cam's in the $300-500 range and people complain about the same thing, so it's simply how much lux your camera has (the more, the better, the better, the more expensive :) ). If you have lighting set up, you can remedy this depending on how much lighting is provided.
Outdoor quality, on the other hand, I must say I am very impressed, especially in comparison to the indoor shooting. I didn't have backlighting problems (when the sun or backlight is so intense and over glaring that your subject becomes dark). In fact, the quality was held intact, AND there is a backlight button if you ever encounter that. Though, as my teacher explained to me, it's best to use WarmCards and exposure settings :)...up to you which works best.

The second most important aspect to me, Audio quality, in my opinion, is AWESOME. The Panasonic PVDV52 MiniDV camcorder, in comparison, one reviewer on amazon says:

"The built-in microphone has very poor sound quality - voices sound very tinny. I wish it had a way of connecting an external microphone."

Hahaha. You won't have this problem w/ the SCD80. As long as your subject is aimed at the front of the camera, you'll pick up voices perfectly. Whatever I shot and recorded, I picked up all the sounds I wanted and needed. In fact, depending on your location, it's so powerful it can pick up the sound of an airliner in the sky. You can use the "WindCut" feature on the camera to suit your needs. Also what's great here is that THERE IS a built-in mic jack w/ the SCD80!!! Not only is the sound quality great as is, but there's the said "WindCut" feature, as well as a mic jack. Though, unfortunately, and this is only through one test, it didn't pick up sound well enough to be considered "good" quality. I guess it simply depends on the mic you use, and the placement of it.

Other things..The LCD screen is adequate, and is the only viewfinder of the two I use. The other viewfinder being the "peekhole," which is in black & white, smaller resolution, and harder to film through. The camera is light, not heavy and clunky. As with most, if not all MiniDV digital camcorders, it has an iLink, or IEEE 394, connection (cable or PCI card not included). Don't have the cable or the PCI card slot, so I have yet to test a transfer to my PC myself.

To break it down..
* Audio & Video quality
* size and weight
* connectivity (S-vid, A/V, external mic jacks)
* Additional features (remote control, Audio dubbing, night shooting, Lithium Ion rechargeable battery, AC Adapter in-box).

* Low light/indoor shooting = grainy
* External mic jack isn't that terrific (like I said, it could be better depending on a better mic and/or placement of the mic)
* Very minor, only for college students working on projects or for amateur film makers. As with all consumer/prosumer MiniDV cam's, once the power supply is interrupted, or tape is removed, your timer for the next recorded shot will be set back to zero. Once again, if you're shooting a project for school for instance, it will be a bit harder to edit on the computer.
* This is the same w/ the past CON. Again, when power supply and/or tape is interfered w/, and you want to shoot on the same tape after a previous scene/shot, it is VERY HARD TO BACKTRACK AND EDIT! You'll have to find a good spot to backtrack to, and most likely you will have recorded over a few PRECIOUS, PRECIOUS milliseconds of the previous shot. I believe this applies to all or most consumer/prosumer MiniDV camcorders.

To sum it up, some companies may throw in features just so you'll buy their product over a competitor's that doesn't have that feature. However, in this case all of the said features work incredibly. In a similar example, the Panasonic PVDV52 again, and one particular Sony model, a Digital 8 camcorder I believe, has a rechargeable battery with it. But it dies very quickly and those that purchased it were FORCED to buy a new battery, at a VERY high cost. So, w/ the Samsung SCD80, you don't have to worry about that, for example.

I recommend this camera to amateur film makers and students alike (both like myself, heh), as well as for the average person who records precious moments in life (like birthdays, special events, etc.). Even w/ the few minor hiccups (see the CONS section), the audio and video quality outweigh those hiccups alone...not to mention the cool extras you get with it!

Remember to use lighting, and enjoy filming!
I hope this was more helpful than the other "reviews" here. ... Read more

65. Panasonic PVDV102 MiniDV Multicam Digital Camcorder w/ 2.5" Color LCD and SD Drive
by Panasonic
list price: $649.99
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Asin: B00005YTWZ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 4237
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Combining 1.3-megapixel stills--albeit interpolated--with a 10x optical zoom, the PV-DV102 wraps some great features in its plastic and metal body. Images are stored on SD cards (sold separately), and they can be downloaded to your computer via USB. For those that like to shoot in low-light conditions, the camcorder also features a built-in color-recording mode for those types of situations. According to Panasonic, the mode will help reduce the graininess often associated with low-light shooting.

A zoom mic and a built-in light are included with the PV-DV102, along with an MPEG-4 movie system, which lets you capture compressed video clips for e-mailing to friends and family. The camcorder also features a composite video out, and, of course, IEEE 1394. ... Read more


  • MiniDV camcorder
  • 10x optical, 700x digital, zoom with image stabilization
  • 2.5 inch color LCD with black and white EVF
  • 1280 x 960 (interpolated) digital still resolution--records onto both tape and SD card (card not included)
  • Includes built-in light and zoom mic

Reviews (12)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for the price
This is my first Camcoder, the other choice I considered was JVC-DV120, I liked JVC's 16x optical zoom, but its construction looked cheesy and it's much bulkier. The DV102 looks much better and has some nice features I like: zoom-mic and build-in light. It's a real good deal.
Camera is pretty easy to use and takes good picture, the image stablization does a good job, I took a lot of video by holding it without a tripod, sometimes I need to walk around, and the image wasn't very jerky. The sound quality is very good, no background noise at all.
In low light the image is a little bit grainy, but still very acceptable.
I'm not worried about the SD card, though I do have a spare one from my digital camera, I rarely use it, the still picture quality is too low to justify the price of a card. If Panasonic removed the SD drive and offered it with a remote, I'd have given it 5 stars. The other thing I missed is it doesn't have S-video output.
The Camcoder offers some manual feature such as iris lock, backlight and program AE, which are essential to cope with certain light conditions.
The camera's control buttons are a little hard to reach for me by just using one hand, my hand is relatively small, so make sure it's good for your hand.

Overall I feel it's perfect for begainers on a budget.
Btw, the software is virtually usesless.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good - But dont get misled by the Digital Camera feature.
Lets get down straight to the pros and cons of the product

1. Extremly small - really 'palm held'
2. Extremly Light
3. Jog dial a very nice feature

1. The pictures captured on the SD card are "average" quality
2. No remote comes with this
3. The SD Card is additional priced
4. The software is so very average.

Considering that I moved up from the DV 52 model for this model hoping to get

a. Remote (optional I am told)
b. Digital picture capability (v v average)

c. Software (that fell way short)

I would suggest that you buy the Panasonic DV 52 Model.Its a 100 bucks cheaper and buy yourself a seperate digitial camera - even at 1.2 m pixles they will outperform these palm comders !!

Tough learning but I hope you learn from my mistakes !!

2-0 out of 5 stars THIS CAMERA IS HORRIBLE!!!!!!!
I bought this camera my birthday and thought it was great. A couple months later, I began to notice that the sound skips, and it would constantly eat tapes. And then it goes on some sort of safety mode where it wont let you do anything on the camera because it thinks it might break itself. And whats up with all that extra space around the flip screen? I should have done more research before I bought this camera, and now im paying the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars BRILLIANT!!!
I can't say enough good things about this camcorder. I've made a Las Vegas documentary, a skateboard movie, and simple home movies with it. Not only that, I managed to make them look professional. It transfers video without flaw onto the software I use to make movies (Windows Movie Maker) and also makes flawless re-transfers back onto the tape. Using an SD card, it can be used as a digital camera (albeit a very low quality one... it's still-pic mode is only .5 megapixels).

-Great for beginners to home movie making
-Great for beginners to digital camcorders
-Amazing film quality
-SD card slot to save still pictures
-Great sound
-LCD screen

-Poor explanation of how to use the digital zoom
-Lens cap is detatched
-Doesn't come with a FireWire, which is necessary to transfer video to the computer
-Still pics saved to the SD card are very low quality

Besides these four problems with this camcorder, it is a dream come true for those into amateur movie making. It really couldn't be any easier to use, save the digital zoom control. Other than these flaws, the camera is amazing and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to make professional-looking home movies. Great product, strongly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Camcorder
This is an excellent camcorder. I have had mine for a about a year and I have had no problems at all with it. The buttons on top are a little small for large hands but if you buy the optional remote control then you don't have to worry with them.I create digital movies on my computer using the USB cable that was provided. The special effects built into this camcorder work excellent. I have recommended this camcorder to all of my friends. ... Read more

66. Tiffen Company 37mm Close Up Lens (02005)
by Tiffen

Asin: B00005U247
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Tiffen
Sales Rank: 9029
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67. Nikon N65 SLR Camera Kit w/ 28mm-80mm Lens (N652880KIT)
by Nikon

Asin: B00005T3SE
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 9618
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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  • Camera with automatic and manual focus control
  • Uses 35 mm film for classic picture format results
  • Self-timer, red-eye reduction
  • 28mm-80mm zoom range
  • Includes 2 3V lithium batteries and zoom lens

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars My pictures don't stink anymore!
I've always used cheap 35mm and disposable cameras. Now that my daughter is growing up and becoming more involved in various sports and school activities I've long wanted to have a serious camera with zoom so I can get good upclose high quality shots. I decided to splurge on the N65 after doing lots of internet research and talking to variety of photographer type folks.

The camera itself is very sturdy and solid, but not extremely heavy. I'm able to carry it around in my backpack all day without discomfort. It's easy to load the film in, but the provided instruction book is superb to get you started. It has a variety of manual settings, but I've pretty much only used the auto setting for everything - and just about all my pictures have come out great. Nice and sharp, with rich colors and just so much better looking than my cheapo camera gave me. It's also nice to be able to zoom in on various subjects. I have a lot to learn about this camera, and will need to find a book to learn it all - but as a beginner it has really served the purpose for me, but I know there is much more I can do with it.

4-0 out of 5 stars A great SLR for beginners and advanced amateurs
I bought this camera four months ago knowing nothing about photography. Now, thanks to my F65, I'm shooting slide films and learning the zone system and continue to amaze ppl with my wonderful pictures. I had a chance to play with the more advanced F80 but besides the faster flash sync offered I'm fully satisfied with my easier-to-manage F65. By "easier" I don't mean any loss in functionalities or features. Advanced features like multiple exposures, depth-of-view preview and auto bracketing are all there inside this compact, light weight body. There's an optional infra red remote for this camera that functions like a cable release which's a must for night and serious photography too. The camera works with all AI and AFS Nikkor lenses. A shutter speed of 1/2000 is more than adequate for all conditions and film pull/push can be achieved by exposure compensation despite the fact that we can't directly manipulate the ISO setting. It's a perfect camera for novices with its automatic modes, and for advanced users with its possible manual settings. The matrix metering is reliable and accurate, the center weighted metering is good for low light or night photography. It doesn't have spot metering, but it isn't necessary anyway as a real professional won't need a on-camera spot meter. So unless you're in need of a faster flash sync for wildlife photography or a more rugged but heavier body, there're really no reasons to go for higher models. ... Read more

68. Canon Speedlite 420EX Flash for Canon EOS SLR Cameras
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $299.99
our price: $179.94
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Asin: B00004YZLX
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 12
Average Customer Review: 4.68 out of 5 stars
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Though TTL compatible with all Canon EOS cameras and the manual-focus T90 SLR, the Canon Speedlite 420EX flash is also E-TTL compatible with all A-type bodies: EOS-1v, EOS-3, Elan 7 / 7E, Elan II/IIE, Rebel 2000, Rebel G, and EOS IX and IX Lite. The E-TTL function gives you features like high-speed FP sync mode and FE lock (spot/partial flash metering). The swivel head of the 420EX lets you bounce the light off the surrounding surfaces, giving your images soft, professional-quality lighting.

This flash also works as a wireless "slave" flash with EOS-1v, EOS-3, Elan 7 / 7E, and D30 bodies. The remote flash firing is controlled entirely by a master unit--such as the Speedlite Transmitter ST-E2, Speedlite 550EX, or Macro Ring Lite MR-14EX--connected to the camera, making it fast and simple to set up. When used with the EOS-1V, EOS-3, or EOS D30 cameras, additional features such as lighting ratio control and modeling flash are also supported by the 420EX. ... Read more


  • Works with all Canon EOS bodies
  • Swivel head for bounce flash photography
  • TTL compatible with all Canon EOS bodies
  • E-TTL features with some Canon EOS bodies
  • Uses 4 AA batteries

Reviews (19)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Flash for EOS type-A cameras
I bought this flash to go with my Elan 7E and it has worked great. It has all the features that most EOS users would ever need (vertical and horizontal bounce, fast sync, and E-TTL control). It isn't as good as the 550EX, but if you aren't planning on using mutliple flashes slaved together this is the better deal at almost half the cost (though the 420EX can be used as a wireless slave flash with the 550EX as the master). If you are shopping for an external flash for your EOS camera, you can't go wrong with this one.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Flash for use with EOS/Canon digital
Bought this flash about two weeks ago for use with my Canon Powershot G1 digital camera, and have been nothing but impressed with it. it mates beautifully to the Canon, although it does make it somewhat bulky. The bounce flash photography is beautiful, and the E-TTL system just makes you look like a total pro. I also look forward to using it for wireless flash photography.

There are SOME things missing, however. Compared to my Canon 430 EZ flash, there is no LCD display. No flash compensation (but this isn't a big deal, since that's controlled from my G1). No strobe. If these are important to you, step up to the 550 EX. Otherwise, the 420 is a beautiful workhorse.

5-0 out of 5 stars Superb power for the money
An external flash is one of those things many people think only a "pro" has a need for -- like a tripod. Once you get one, though, you realize how essential it is and couldn't imagine going into the field without one.

I recently purchased this as part of my Digital Rebel package and am quite impressed with its features. The E-TTL -- the ability to adjust to the scene according to the camera's metering results -- is really amazing.

On the back of the unit is an LED display showing your approximate focal length (24 - 105mm), which also determines how powerful the flash will be. Additionally, there is a pilot button/light (for a test flash), exposure confirmation light, high-speed sync switch, "slave" setting buttons and the power switch.

After its flash flexibility, the 420EX's most impressive feature is its physical flexibility. You can move the flashhead within 90° vertically and horizontally, and it will lock at several angles. This enables the bounce-flash -- assuming you have a reflective surface nearby. Bounce-flash softens and distributes the light so you don't have overexposed, stiff looking subjects.

Speaking of which, I'd like to say that I bought a Sto-Fen Omni-Bounce diffuser when I bought the 420EX because it seemed like a good accessory. I have found that I generally don't need it because the 420EX is able to fine-tune itself to each shot.

I can't comment on its functionality as a slave because I have not used it in that capacity.

Ultimately, the 420EX is a great tool, whether you're shooting your kid's birthday party or a macro of a flower. It will allow you to take much better photos than you can with the built-in flash. And at its current price it is absolutely unbeatable.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Flash!!!!
I purchased this flash for my Canon EOS digital rebel and am well pleased with the results. I highly recommend it!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing Color with the Bounce Flash Feature.
I was thinking of using this higher power flash than the built-in flash (on my Canon Digital Rebel) because it seems that people keep telling me too. I never paid much attention to it because I rather spend my money on another lens or accessory.

Fortuneately, I ran out of things I thought I needed. In a nutshell, this flash is amazing and I wished I got it a long time ago.

Everything is automatic, and it takes out all of the guesswork for my amateur needs. When I tried the bounce flash (by adjusting the flash 75 degrees-up to bounce light off of the ceiling in a 10 ft high room), the pictures came out with more vibrant colors than I expected. In contrast, all of my past pictures became dimmer the instant I saw the new results.

Colors in objects that you don't pay attention to become visible and vibrant (the house plants in the corner, color of carpet, furniture, background painting and decor, etc). The bounce flash made my evening pictures as brillant as pictures taken in the afternoon.

In addition, since I bounced the flash from the ceiling, my pictures didn't have the dark and glooming shadows behind people. I have tried a side bounce to produce better results than a direct flash when I cannot bounce off of a ceiling.

I only wished that there were some emphasis and tips on using the bounce flash in the manuals. I guess it is a simple-enough method, but it produces amazing results. I was fortuneate to be reading a book about digital photograph (40 Digital Photography Techniques) that had 2-3 tips on trying a bounce flash.

I also purchased this flash for my loreo 3d lens attachment. Although it produces better and brighter picture than the buit-in flash, my picture with the loreo lens are still too dark. My best results are from pictures under the afternoon light. (I will continue to use software like photoshop to adjust the brightness and contrast in my loreo pictures when a flash is needed--which afterwards can become amazing.) ... Read more

69. Kodak EasyShare Dock 6000 III (for CX/DX 6000, LS 600 & LS 700 Series Cameras)
by Kodak
list price: $84.99
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Asin: B000088UNJ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 137
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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The Kodak EasyShare Dock 6000 is compatible with all Kodak CX/DX 6000 and LS 600 series digital cameras (it is not backward compatible with Kodak's 4000 series cameras). It includes a USB port for the fast and easy transfer of pictures from camera to computer, and offers a two-position tilt feature.

Each Kodak CX/DX/LS 6000 series camera comes with a custom insert to allow it to fit into the EasyShare Dock 6000. Once the camera has been inserted into the dock, simply push one button to transfer your images to a computer. Meanwhile, the dock will recharge the camera's battery pack and act as its power supply.

The dock comes with a rechargeable battery pack, and your Kodak 6000 series camera can be stored in the dock any time, so it is always charged and ready to go. An LED display indicates the status of picture transfer and battery charging.

The EasyShare Dock 6000 is compatible with PCs running Windows 98, 2000, Me, XP, and Macs running OS 8.6 through 10. Included in the box are the dock, a 7-volt AC adapter, a rechargeable battery pack, and a Quick-Start guide. ... Read more


  • Transfer your pictures from camera to your PC at the touch of a button
  • Fast battery charging--camera battery is charged in less than three hours
  • Compatible with all Kodak EasyShare CX/DX 6000 and LS 600 series cameras
  • Retractable foot for easier viewing
  • Battery charging and picture transfer indicator lights

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars A Waste Of Time
The battery does not charge. After contacting Kodak and given a rather laborious process of re-charging the battery (their claim was that it lost it's charge), the battery holds a charge for 2 days. Not really worth the $60-70. Who cares if it takes 3 hours to charge if it only holds its life for 2 days. Buy the disposables and save yourself a lot of aggravation.

5-0 out of 5 stars Kodak EasyShare Dock 6000 extends life of DX series camera
My daughter wanted a digital camera for Christmas. She has been using inexpensive film cameras for years. However, she always breaks the camera's battery compartment door after about six months and I have to buy her another film camera. The Kodak DX series cameras all have the same type of flimsy battery compartment door. The USB cable to hook the camera to the computer is very tiny and delicate. If you are not gentle with the connector, you could cause damage, rendering the Kodak camera useless. I bought the $280.00 Kodak DX-6340 digital camera for her to use. Since the camera is so expensive, I don't want to replace it in six months due to broken USB connector or battery compartment door breakage. The Kodak EasyShare Camera Dock 6000 solves both of these problems. It is true you have to buy special rechargeable NIMH batteries, but there is a brand of NIMH battery pack made by DigiPower available for $15.00 from Circuit City. Since the Camera Dock 6000 conviently recharges the battery every time the camera sits in the dock, you never have to open the battery compartment, it would be like charging a cell phone battery. The battery should last one or two years before you need to replace the battery. If you want your camera to last a while, this camera dock goes a long way to extending the life of DX series camera. I bought the printer dock initially and returned it un-opened after I found the cost of printing at the local SAM's club a lot cheaper. The Printer Dock 6000 provides the same convenience and provides printing capability. However the refill kit costs $25.00 and comes with 40 sheets of 4x6 photo paper with enough ink exactly for the 40 sheets. That works out to be a cost of 65 cents per print. I could get SAM's club 1 hour photo department to print the digital prints for 17 cents a print. So I decide the printer supplies is too expensive. The Kodak Camera Dock 6000 on the other hand allows me the same convience at home to print through a generic photo printer made by Epson, Canon, HP and others at a lower cost using my home computer. However, at 17 cents a print from SAM's club 1 hour photo, I don't have to even do the work. Just put the pictures on a CD and take it over to SAM's club 1 hour photo department. If I want a size other than 4x6, SAM's club 1 hour photo can do it. Not possible with the Kodak printer dock 6000. So, I say the Kodak EasyShare Camera Dock 6000 is defintely the way to go. $80.00 is not a lot to pay to get this level of convience for the DX series camerads, similar to using a cell phone.

4-0 out of 5 stars Easy to use but charging a minus
Kodak Easyshare Dock 6000 Review

On the plus side:
The dock makes battery charging and transferring pictures a snap. A great idea. If you like ease of use, you'll like this dock.

On the minus side:
1. The dock will only charge the Kodak NiMH battery pack it comes with. It will not charge any other NiMH batteries. I believe the battery pack it comes with is 1600 mAH capacity. That's a limitation because you can buy NiMH batteries today that are up around 2200 - 2300 mAH. The higher the mAH, the higher the lasting power of your batteries.

2. Aside from charging the battery pack, the dock provides no additional functions that the camera doesn't already have.

Bottom Line:
If simplicity and ease of use is important to you, you'll be happy with this dock.

4-0 out of 5 stars photo printing fun
I purchased this printer dock very quickly after I purchased the EasyShare DX6340. Set-up was simple, though, the print dock was not happy sharing a USB hub with my palm pilot. I can pack the dock and take it with me on family occassions and then print the pictures for everyone the same day I took the pictures. The recharging feature with the dock is a must as I find I use my camera every day and just let it live on the dock to maintain a charge. It's fun to buy postcard backing and mail the waterproof pictures the same day I take the photos. I get lots of happy comments about that.

I give only 4 stars as occassionally I am disappointed with the clarity of the picture. I think that has more to do with the digital image on the computer being so crisp and bright, and that is lost in the transfer to the photo. People who have not seen the digital image don't notice or make comment. And letting the local photo lab print from my digital images isn't any better. I would also love the ability to print a variety of picture sizes beyond just the 4X6. I would enjoy a 5X7 cartridge to play with too.

I never thought I would part with my old SLR camera outfit, but being able to print my own 4X6's at home is convenient.

4-0 out of 5 stars easily connect to your PC and charge your battery
the Kodak EasyShare 6000 dock is (almost) a one-stop shop for all CX/DX 6000 and LS 600 series cameras. it is small, lightweight, and very portable. it charges the camera's NiMH battery pack, connects via USB to your computer for downloading files, and connects to a TV for slideshows. if you want to print as well, look for the Printer Dock 6000.

so is this a good buy? the bundle includes a rechargeable battery so that accounts for half of the price. the other half is for the convenience of being able to connect to your PC without having to remove your flash memory. if you look at it that way, this dock is a good value. but if you already have a flash memory reader, i would buy the rechargeable battery separately. if you want to go full-bore, check out the Printer Dock 6000. it's everything the Dock 6000 is plus an excellent 4x6" printer.

i hope this helps you with your buying decision. peace. ... Read more

70. Canon Digital Elph Camera Accessory Kit for S500, S410, S400, S230 & S200
by Canon
list price: $69.95
our price: $59.95
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Asin: B00006CJJW
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 759
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Ideal starter accessory kit for Canon Elph series digital cameras
  • Features one form-fitted camera case and one carrying case
  • Included NB-1LH Lithium Ion rechargeable battery
  • Holds your Canon Elph S200, S230, S400, S410 or S500
  • 1-year warranty

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Terrific Deal
What and awesome deal!! An absolute must have!! Don't leave home without it!! The perfect accessory kit!! Build quality is Five Stars all the way. Metal parts, extra padding, great access to many compartments large and small. Kit also included a nice leather case for the camera body, not the nylon case shown in the Amazon ad. The camera and I are totally stoked. The pack even had room left over for a small tripod, the AC charger, 12Volt car charge, my 7x42 Zeiss binoculars, Sony Clie PDA, Apple iPod and Delorme GPS. WOW, I'm set!! ... Read more

71. TDK MiniDV Tapes, 60 Minute (3-Pack)
by TDK
list price: $21.99
our price: $12.14
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Asin: B00005T3B5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: TDK
Sales Rank: 169
Average Customer Review: 4.79 out of 5 stars
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  • 60 minutes
  • For use with digital video camcorders
  • Ideal for recording to a computer
  • Tape enclosed in a anti-static cassette shell
  • 3 pack

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great tapes!!!
I originally wanted to purchase the Fuji 4 pack, but they had none in stock in Amazon. Considering I had a gift certificate I looked for the best price for the most amount of tapes. I saw these tapes (considering they were tax free, unlike those from [local store]), and for the amount they had (3) these were the best deal for the price. The picture quality is great, and when I re-record on the same tape there is no visible reduction in picture or sound quality! I recommend these tapes to anyone with the camera fit for it (500 lines of resolution). When I bought these tapes there were no reviews, so I was apprehensive thinking that these tapes might have some problems. You can rest assured that these tapes are just as good as any other.

5-0 out of 5 stars It's a tape and a tape ...
What do you expect from a tape where digital information is recorded on? That it records the digital infromation! Yes, the TDK tape is capable of doing that exactly like so many other miniDV tape brands. Since anlog video, there are other measures to be taken under consideration. The digital video standard miniDV pretty much determines the amount of information being stored on the tape (also called the entropy), other aspects appear: drop-out-rate (the coating of the tape might not be consistent among thte total length of the cassette), lifespan, 'tape-eating-camcorder'.
Be cautious, since every DV tape must meet the DV standard (one of the system inherent features), you have to evaluate a tape by extended features than picture quality.
The bottom line is, again: the TDK tape is fully capable of dealing with digital miniDV video, my Canon MZ 50 camcorder did not eat one of the three! Let the price decide...

5-0 out of 5 stars They're just mini DV tapes, buy em already!
Whattya wanna know? They're tapes, they're priced well and they work in your mini-dv camcorder. Stop reading all these posts and buy em already!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great deal
You'll have to search pretty hard to find a better deal than this. I should know, cuz I did, and wound up picking up these bad boys. Basically, a great quality miniDV tape, at a heavily discounted price, and FREE SHIPPING......Can't go wrong with that combo!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent quality at a fair price
If you have a digital camcorder you'll need lots of tape. The new camcorders are so easy to use and small enough to take anywhere that you must remember to carry extra tapes. These tapes are also small enough to allow you to easily carry additional tapes. TDK always makes a reliable product and these tapes are another good example of TDK quality. I've used the same tape again and again with no obvious degradation of quality. My video (with an inexpensive camcorder) is clear and crisp. The tapes that I use repeatedly are holding up fine. Overall I'm really pleased. ... Read more

72. Canon Remote Switch RS60 E3
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $29.99
our price: $24.94
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Asin: B00004WCID
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 229
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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The Canon RS60 E3 replicates the functions of the shutter release button. The remote switch, on a 2-foot cable, is quite compact, and is compatible with the Canon EOS Rebel 2000, EOS Rebel X/XS, EOS Rebel G, EOS Elan II, EOS Elan IIe, and EOS IX. ... Read more


  • Remote switch convenience
  • Replicates all shutter release button functions
  • Compatible with some Canon EOS cameras
  • Simple plug-in attachment
  • Compact design

Reviews (12)

3-0 out of 5 stars Wrong name for shutter release cable
This cord is not a remote control device as you might assume from its name. Rather, this is the same device that professionals would call a shutter release cable. It is meant to release the shutter button for long exposure shots to avoid shaking the camera when you touch it. You can also "lock" the shutter open for REALLY long shots (anything longer than 2 minutes). When you reach the desired exposure time, simply slide the button out of lock mode and the shutter will close.

Unless you have four foot long arms and a fish-eye lens, you won't be able to use this cord to do self portraits. You will have to make do with the self timer. Unfortunately, according to my local rep, Canon does not make a more useful cordless remote that works with my Rebel 2000.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice, but a little overpriced
This is a great switch I use on my Canon SLR. I use it primarily for night shots and anything else that requires a slow shutter speed. My only complaint is that I feel its a tad too expensive. An item like this should cost [less].

5-0 out of 5 stars Its Been Over a Year
and absolutely no complaints :)

I take plenty of scenic shots and time elpased photos so this has been an indispensable accessory.

4-0 out of 5 stars handy and necessary gadget
What would I do without my remote switch? I would cry real tears. I bought it for nighttime photography and long exposures without camera shake but I use it for almost everything. Even portraiture benefits from this nifty little tool as subjects can be fooled into relaxing their faces while one is not behind the lens. I would have given it five stars but the cord is slightly shorter than I would like.

5-0 out of 5 stars If you have a tripod, you must have this accesory...
No option, if you have a tripod, you must have this accesory. It enable you to lock the button for long term exposure pictures. Very light and very reliable. ... Read more

73. Kodak EasyShare Printer Dock 6000 (for CX/DX 6000, LS 600 & LS 700 Series Cameras) (Printer Dock Only)
by Kodak
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00008QWWF
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 655
Average Customer Review: 4.46 out of 5 stars
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Kodak's EasyShare Printer Dock 6000 is the easiest way to create Kodak-quality photos with your EasyShare camera. Simply dock your camera, press print, and you’ll have a 4 x 6-inch photo with the brilliance and durability you expect from Kodak. You can even hook up the Printer Dock 6000 to your TV for easy slide show viewing. Just like the convenient EasyShare camera dock, the Printer Dock 6000 transfers pictures to your PC in just one touch and charges your Kodak camera's battery.

The Printer Dock 6000 is compatible with Windows PCs and Macs, but a computer is not required. It's compact enough to take anywhere, so you don’t have to wait until you’re back home to start printing.

The Printer Dock 6000 uses Kodak color cartridges and photo paper (with Kodak XtraLife laminate coating) to produce prints that are highly durable, waterproof, and tear resistant to last a lifetime. The quantity of paper exactly matches the quantity of archival dye with the EasyShare color cartridge and photo paper kit. It all works together so you'll always know how many more pictures you can print. And because the printer dock is based on Kodak's continuous tone thermal dye transfer process, you can count on getting stunning photos with vivid color.

This package contains the Printer Dock 6000, 10-piece sample photo paper kit, Kodak color cartridge, NiMH rechargeable battery pack for Kodak 6000 series digital cameras, AC adapter, Kodak printer driver software, and cleaning tool. ... Read more


  • Create great-looking, borderless 4 x 6-inch photos at the touch of a button
  • Transfer your pictures from camera to computer at the touch of a button
  • Works with all Kodak EasyShare CX/DX 6000 and LS 600 series cameras
  • Share your pictures with ease--even viewa slide show on your TV
  • Use it with or without a PC

Reviews (26)

5-0 out of 5 stars Oh My God. Enough said.
This has to be one of man's greatest creations next to the camera itself. I own a Kodak CX6330 digital camera, and had never even heard of this printer until last week when I bought it. (Yes I've only had my camera for a week!) I read about this printer dock actually on accident when I was surfing for good rechargeable batteries to use. I ran across the dock, read about it, saw the reviews and decided that there was no way this thing actually prints flawless pictures. I decided I had to see it for myself. So I went to a local Staples that had one sitting out on display for example use and WOW... this thing is no joke. Photolab quality photos in a minute and a half. I was sold on the first picture this little baby printed out for me. The only word I could think of at the time was "Incredible".
Like most people have said, it is in fact expensive to use... but I said it once and I'll say it again, I'll PAY the extra 30 cents a print to be able to print the photos at home, on demand, any time of day or night, and print only the ones I want. The convenience and the quality you recieve for the price of this printer are worth far more then how much you're paying per print. This is truly a necessity for any avid photographer, or anyone that loves to take pictures. It is, in a word, Incredible.

4-0 out of 5 stars great quality prints, but per print cost is higher
the Kodak EasyShare 6000 printer dock is a one-stop shop for all CX/DX 6000 and LS 600 series cameras. it charges the camera's NiMH battery pack, connects via USB to the computer for downloading data, connects to a TV for slideshows, plus it's a high quality 4x6-inch borderless dye transfer printer.

this printer dock can be used with or without a computer and it is small, lightweight, and very portable. it is very easy to use - simply place your compatible camera on the dock, select a picture (or group of pictures) using the camera's LCD, and press the "PRINT" button. wait about 90 seconds and you have a borderless high quality 4x6 print! you can select to print one picture, a group of selected images, or all the pictures in your camera's memory. you can also print an index sheet.

this is a dye transfer printer, not an inkjet, and according to KODAK, print quality will be lab-quality. this is just one opinion, but i cannot tell the difference between a print from the easyshare printer dock 6000 and one from a photo service like ofoto so i agree with KODAK's claim.

so is this a good buy? you'll have to answer that question for yourself. image quality is good enough that it becomes a non-issue so it all boils down to cost/value. the cost of entry obviously is the cost of this printer dock. ongoing, prints made with this product will run you about sixty cents (or about twenty-five percent higher than what ofoto charges). in return for your investment and higher printing cost, you don't have to bother uploading files to photo services or bring your flash memory to your local photo shop. for this convenience (and instant gratification), i think this is a great buy.

i hope this helps you with your buying decision. peace.

5-0 out of 5 stars Enjoying a "printing lab" in my room
Yesterday I purchased the Kodak printer dock 6000 to go along with my Kodak Cx6330 digital camera. So far I am very pleased. The first thing I noticed about this printer dock is the size. It's small enough to sit on my little desk with extra room. Secondly, it was a breeze to set up. It took, at most, 10 minutes. Make sure you have you custom insert handy in case the universal insert is not to your liking.

The price for this printer dock is great. Having a "printing lab" in your room for under $150? That's pretty cool. Luckily, I received a 256 MB MC with this purchase free (about a $100 value). This printer comes with a sample pack of 10 4 x 6's. It has a sample printer cartridge. It's definitely a sample. It printed out about 10 photos before telling me I need to replace the cartridge. That being said, I recommend buying a set of 4 X 6's and color cartridge.

Speaking of which, this printer dock only prints 4 X 6 photographs. Not a problem for me, but may be for others. The Kodak printer dock 6000 prints beautiful photographs quickly. First it prints the yellows, then reds, and finally, the blues. The photo quality is superb.

Using this printer dock with my computer is a great option. I am able to print off photographs stored on my computer or edit all photographs before printing. I am not sure if this can be done without the computer, but I can also center the photographs. This way I do not lose any of the photograph while removing the perforated edges. This may not matter to some, but to me it is a very important aspect in making the images look their best.

I do not see any reason to not rate the Kodak Printer Dock 6000 less than 5 stars. If there is, I will edit my review. :)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Quality
I love the quality of the pictures I get with the 6000. I have the DX6340 camera as well and the two of them together are the best electronic purchases I have ever made. The camera is a snap to use, and combine that with this great printer and you've got a match made in heaven. We'd take forever to get a roll of film to the store and then to pick it up would be months and months. By the time we'd get the pictures back, they'd be a year old! Having a printer at home that prints store developed quality pictures is priceless. Plus, I don't have to pay to have a whole roll of film developed, when I really only needed 3 or 4 of the pictures printed to begin with. Very easy to use (set up was 5 minutes), and a snap to clean and change the paper.

5-0 out of 5 stars Cheaper printing carts
The 40-pack w/ink is $18.99 at Costco, which is about the cheapest I've found it--this comes to about 50 cents a print with sales tax. This is 20 cents more per print than taking your picture card into the store for finishing, so as other reviewers have said, you need to weigh the convenience factor. As for the price of entry, don't be afraid to save $30-$50 by buying a refurbished model--you get the same 1-year warranty. Plus keep in mind that the printer includes a 10-pack cartridge (about a $5 value) and an extra camera battery (a $20 value), so the price of entry may not be as high as you think. (A refurb unit goes for aroud $120, which makes it less than $100 after you consider the extras.)

There's another benefit if your Kodak easy share camera didn't come with a recharging dock; if it did, you can probably sell it on eBay for $30 or so. One nice thing about having the camera docked for recharging is that you always know where it is. I have a DX6490 and have yet to have to resort to swapping batteries in a day's use.

Also be aware that a new model is coming out in June that offers a couple extra, though for most of us minor features (check for details); this will likely drive prices on the current version even lower. ... Read more

74. Sony NPFM50 InfoLithium Battery for DCR-DVD101/201/301 Camcorders & MVC-CD200/350/500 Digital Cameras
by Sony
list price: $60.00
our price: $46.99
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Asin: B00005T3N0
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 88
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Don't risk missing those once-in-a-lifetime shots.
  • You will always know how many minutes of battery life you have left thanks to Sony's AccuPower display.
  • Plus because they resist memory effect, these genuine Sony batteries will not prematurely reduce your recording time.

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Sony makes long lasting batreries
I have two different Sony camera's. The life on Sony batteries is quiet good; however for long days an extra battery is a must. ... Read more

75. Kodak EasyShare Travel Kit with Case, 2AA NIMH Battery Pack NIMH & Charger
by Kodak
list price: $34.99
our price: $32.94
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Asin: B00005UKBT
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 235
Average Customer Review: 2.71 out of 5 stars
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  • One Kodak EasyShare rapid charger
  • One Kodak EasyShare Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack
  • Power Plugs for international or domestic travel
  • Works with models DX4900, CX6330, CX6200, DX4530, DX3700, DX3600, DX6440, DX3215, DX4330, CX4200, DX3500, CX4210, CX4300, DX3900, DX6340 & CX4230
  • One Kodak premium camera bag

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars Charger and battery doesn't work
DO NOT BUY THIS. Too much frustration. IT DOES NOT CHARGE THE BATTERY. Either there is something wrong with the battery or charger or the camera itself. Contacted Kodak about it, they sent another set (2AA NIMH Battery Pack NIMH & Charger) for free but still does the same thing. It charges for 10min then the lights go out on the charger indicating its done but when I used it in my DX4900 camera -only gets 3-5 shots then battery dies. I totally gave up.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not an Accessory for the Kodak DX 6490
This should not be listed as an accessory for the Kodak DX6490 which uses a Li-Ion battery only.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good enough for my needs
I have a Kodak CX3660 digital camera, and I bought this travel kit because of two major reasons:

1. I come from Spain, where the voltage is different, and it's usually a problem to find converters from 120V to 240V and viceversa. However, the battery charger included in this kit fulfills my expectations because a) it is a converter in itself, so it can be used with both voltage rates and b) it comes with different international adapter plugs, which means that I'll be able to use the charger in Spain as well.

2. I wanted to have rechargeable batteries. So far, I've had no problems with them. Usually, they are ready in about 2 hours. Plus, I don't have to worry about unplugging the charger after that time because it turns off on its own when the batteries are full. Regarding batteries' life, I must say that they've never failed me in the middle of any of my trips.

However, I was a little bit disappointed with the camera case: trust me, it's not big enough for any Kodak camera (at least not for any of the EasyShare models). Instead, I use it for my digital voice recorder, which is much smaller and fits well in it.

Other than that, the bag has enough room in it to carry both my camera and charger together. Besides, there are two small pockets where I can keep the batteries and the Memory Card.

In conclusion, I guess this is a good item for those of you that live somewhere between two different parts of the globe. Or for those who find yourselves travelling often around the world. On the other hand, if all that you're looking for is a good charger, I would recommend Kodak's rapid charger with 4 AA batteries.

2-0 out of 5 stars weak batterys
they dont work prpoerly in my Kodak camera dx 3600 , the normal battery works better

5-0 out of 5 stars Great idea!
I ordered this for the extra rechargeable batteries. The kit comes with the recharger, which plugs directly into the wall, no cords to loose or get tangled up. The batteries charged very quickly, less than 2 hours to fully charge the new batteries.

The case is very handy. It has two pockets in the case itself, the smaller one holds the camera very secure. The larger pocket can hold other items you may wish to carry with you when on vacation, eliminating the need for a seperate purse or tote.

The larger pocket can also hold both the docking station and the charger, so you can use this case for storage of the entire camera system, if you so choose.

I would recommend this to anyone who has a Kodak camera, or who has a camera that those batteries will fit. ... Read more

76. Canon ACK-500 AC Adapter Kit for S110, S200, S230, S300, S330, S400, S410 & S500
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $70.99
our price: $49.94
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Asin: B00005LPRQ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 808
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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  • Kit includes: Compact Power Adapter CA-PS500 and DC Coupler DR-500
  • Compatibility: PowerShot S400, S200, S230, S330, S300, S100, S110

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Não tem muita utilidade
Comprei a camera s-230 , uma bateria adicional , uma memoria de 128M , uma leitora de CF , alem do adaptador AC .
Só utilizei uma vez o adaptador AC , pois a bateria de boa duração . Para utilizar o adaptador AC , a bateria deve ser retirada da camera e no seu lugar é introduzida uma bateria falsa que contem o terminal externo , no qual é conectado o adaptador ACK-500 .

5-0 out of 5 stars Small, light weight and easy to use
This small digital camera is very easy to use and is small enough to fit into a pocket or purse. The owner's manual is clear and the displays are well-designed. If you haven't used the camera for a while, or only skimmed the manual, you can figure out the basic controls fairly well.

The LCD screen is a nice size and gives a clear sharp picture.

It takes approximately 2 hours to charge the battery.

I bought an extra battery and the upgraded memory card. I would strongly recommend getting the larger memory card. I would also recommend getting the AC adapter kit when you buy the camera. Without it, you will be using up battery power when you download the pictures to your computer.

5-0 out of 5 stars More Info
According to Canon, this AC Adapter is compatable with the following PowerShot digital cameras:
S200, S330, S300, S100, S110. ... Read more

77. Sony ACC-MVC2 Mavica Starter Kit
by Sony
list price: $69.99
our price: $56.99
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Asin: B00005T3XD
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 1509
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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  • Includes InfoLithium battery, Memory Disks, soft carrying case, and cleaning pads
  • Cleaning pads keep your LCD panel and lens clean from dirt and dust
  • Camera bag keeps your digital camera safe during travel or storage while conveniently holding your extra digital camera supplies

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Ideal for Beginners, Not for Amatuers and Beyond
If your first camera is a Sony FD-90/85/73, then I would encourage you to purchase this starter kit for both conveinence and peace of mind.

To begin, the battery itself is what makes it worth purchasing. Most batteries will rack up quite a bill so it's usually to your advantage to buy in starter kits. Not to mention I would strongly recomend against buying third party batteries like polaroid etc. Such batteries void warranty on the camera itself and are not up to the same level of quality as Sony batteries are.

The case is also the best size for the Mavica series, the problem with other brands and sizes of camera bags is that the Mavica is a monster of a camera, it's huge and an irregular size, making it hard to find an ideal case.

The disks, the lens cleaner are really not as important as the battery and case itself, but certainly save you some trouble from having to buy disks and a cleaner.

If you're an amatuer or professional photographer, it is still to your advantage to purchase this kit, however, you might wanna consider investing in a larger case since many professionals and amatuers carry more accessories then you're regular Joe Photographer and the Mavica case is designed for the camera and the kit contents only. ... Read more

78. Canon Deluxe Gadget Bag 100EG
by Canon Cameras US
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00004WCGF
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Canon Cameras US
Sales Rank: 243
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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The Canon Deluxe Gadget Bag 100EG was designed with enough room to hold one or two camera bodies, three to four lenses, as well as an assortment of film, batteries, and other necessities for photographers. Featuring reinforced, padded pockets and compartments, the 100EG is a serious bag for the traveling photographer. Practical and attractive, the 100EG is a great way to protect your equipment from moisture and dust as well as the wear and tear that results from excessive handling. ... Read more


  • Store, carry, and protect your camera equipment
  • Organize your items
  • Includes shoulder strap for easy and comfortable transport
  • Constructed out of durable materials
  • Fully padded and reinforced

Reviews (12)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Camera Bag!
I'm the amateur photographer, and for my needs, this camera bag is perfect! It securely holds my Canon Rebel 2000, and has room for two lenses. The dividers in the main compartment are well padded, and they fold over, I suppose for extra padding, or for protection on top. The bag also has a zipper pouch in each of its front and top compartments, for holding little extras like film, wallet, etc. Being an amateur, film, my camera, and a lens or two is all I need to take pictures, a professional might desire a larger bag that can hold more items.
The bag is good looking, and has a nice solid construction, the material feels as if it will hold up to years of use. The details in this bag really impressed me. It has two plastic feet on the bottom for added stability, the clips and rings are all made of black metal, rather than plastic, it has a nicely hidden strap to convert it into a waist pack (though I find it a bit bulky to wear that way), the bottom padding is removable and is hard sided for extra protection. Altogether, this is a great bag for the cost, and I'm sure it'll come in handy for carrying things besides my camera.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not As BIG as advertised!
A well made bag, but the description is misleading....It reads "Waterproof bag holds 1-2 cameras and 3-4 lenses with room for accessories". You could possibly hold four small or medium lenses, without anything else and NO accessories. You could carry two camera bodies and some film but NO lenses. But there is no way to put two bodies, and 3-4 of the smallest lenses without removing all the padding and dividers - Then you'd might as well throw them all in a plastic sack and save your money.

I bought this for a Digital Rebel and regular lens - a flash and one telephoto lens and two batteries. It is busting at the seams, and I have ordered the battery pack/grip to go onto the bottom of the camera so I'll probably have to reorder a larger one.

If you want a good looking canon bag that is small and compact, you'll like it, and it is well made and worth the current cost, just remember it is smaller than the description would lead you to believe.....

1-0 out of 5 stars Way Too Small....
I went to a sporting goods store, bought a true water proof carry bag thats twice the size and was half the price. Now my Dig. Rebel, PLUS a second point and shoot dig. camera, 2 lenses, Canon's 420 flash, multi filters, charger and cleaning products fit with room to spare. Don't rush out to purchase this bag, you'll regret it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Beware of the advertised size!
I bought the 100EG for my Canon EOS-10D with a Canon 28-135mm IS lens and a Canon 420EX flash. My camera with the lens attached BARELY fits in the bag, and only after all the dividers are removed. A longer zoom wouldn't have fitted, period. Very dissapointed with the "1-2 camera bodies, 3-4 lensees, "AND" accessories" claim. Sure, if you own toy cameras. What's the point of removing the dividers? As far my setup, this bag is only good for 1 body and 1 small/medium lens, NOTHING else (as far as camera components), not even my Canon 420EX flash. Also, the waist strap is annoying since it pretty much useless and CAN'T be removed. I do, however, like the build quality and looks. I am going to gamble on the 10EG and HOPE to get ONE camera body, TWO lenses, and ONE flash in it. You'd think Canon would know how many of their OWN components could fit in their own bag!!! It's too bad Canon doesn't post more views of this bag with an example camera and lenses inside.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Starter Bag
I was looking at all of the other reviews before deciding to purchase this bag for myself. When the bag arrived I found that it fit my Canon Digital Rebel w/ battery grip, my 50mm EFS lens, and all the cables that came with the rebel as well as the battery charger. I have used this bag for a month or so now and it has held up well. After purchasing a 75-300mm lens I had to upgrade my bag as the 100EG would not hold everything anymore. If you are looking for a starter bag to hold a camera body, a lens maybe two, and a flash then this bag is perfect. Anything more than this I would recommend something a little bigger like the 10EG or 1EG from Canon. ... Read more

79. Kodak NIMH Rechargeable Battery Pack (For CX/DX Digital Cameras)
by Kodak
list price: $15.99
our price: $12.84
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Asin: B000066G0H
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak
Sales Rank: 191
Average Customer Review: 1.71 out of 5 stars
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  • Fast 2.5-hour charge time
  • Compatible with Kodak CX/DX digital cameras
  • Charge with optional EasyShare Dock II

Reviews (21)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Price for a Great Product
I have been using the same set of Kodak rechargable batteries with my kodak camera and camera dock for 2 years without any problems. I take at least 20-30 pictures a day on a single charge and have never had the batteries die even upto 40 pics with flash. I do this 5 days a week on my kodak digital (Job Related/Real Estate Appraiser) and these batteries have held their charge and quickly recharge upon placing the camera in the dock. I highly recommend these batteries without hesitation.

1-0 out of 5 stars These batteries do not charge
Both my sister and I bought these batteries. They do not hold a charge and eventually stopped taking a charge all together. I would not recommend these batteries for your Kodak camera. (Both cameras however work great). It is disappointing that Kodak has associated these poor batteries with excellent cameras.

2-0 out of 5 stars No enough information about product
Amazon fails to give the part number of this recharageable battery. Kodak makes a couple of different rechargeable batteries. Upon purchasing this battery pack I discovered that the one I received would not charge on the dock. Also, the battery pack was shipped with the packaging damaged and the battery was loose in the box. I would definitely recommed anybody needing and purchasing this particular battery pack order it directly through Kodak.

4-0 out of 5 stars These worked very well for me, but are hard to find
These came with the Kodak camera dock. Once charged, I am routinely able to take approximately 150-160 photos before the battery has mostly discharged. I used it regularly for about 1 year before it would not hold a charge. It's a good thing that they are available online though--they are hard to find locally, even at the store where I bought the camera and the dock.

5-0 out of 5 stars KODAK NiMH Packs Need a FULL CHARGE:+-:
Seeing some reviews here puzzled me first.

The batteries FIRST do need a full charge. Once charged even on NiCADs you should let them run all the way down as new charges only charge as high as the last time. One more reason to chage them fully.

Seeing high cost basis is not great so thats why I shop here to comapre and save.

Who likes paying a higher price for what your able to get for less when you read , compare then share. ... Read more

80. Olympus CLA4 Lens Adapter Tube for C765 & C770 Digital Cameras
by Olympus
list price: $25.95
our price: $15.95
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Asin: B000069E22
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Olympus
Sales Rank: 507
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