Kodak Printer Dock Plus Series 3

record mode screen. Icons indicate the amount of space left on the SD card (783 images), Auto flash mode, EV compensation 0.0 EV, and the time/date. Across the bottom are shortcuts icons for exposure mode, Album and self-timer. Using the stylus access these options, allowing you to quickly make changes.

When you half-press the shutter to achieve the focus and exposure lock, the AF target marks will turn green and show what area it is focusing on. If the focus does not lock, the AF marks will turn red like shown above.

Option under the Capture menu, lets you select from 16 different pre-programmed modes (Portrait, Sports, Landscape, Close-up, Night portrait, Night landscape, Snow, Beach, Text, Fireworks, Flower, Museum/Polite, Self-portrait, Party, Children, Backlight), each optimized for unique subjects and shooting conditions. As you navigate the scene mode menu, a helpful description of each mode is displayed.

(Macro) mode allows you to focus on subjects as close as 4 inches (10 cm) at wide angle.

Pressing the menu button bring up this screen of options. Here you can choose Auto record mode, Video (Movie) mode, Scene mode or enter the Record Menu. You choose a setting you simply touch the screen. Because the icons are large, the stylus is not needed. You may also use the 4-way controller and the Ok button to navigate the Menu system an select options.

MENU options for record mode: Picture Size - 4.0 MP, 3.5 MP (3:2 aspect ratio), 2.1 MP, 1.1 MP - Auto, Daylight, Tungsten or Fluorescent - Auto, 80, 100, 200 or 400 - On/Off - On/Off - Color, B&W or Sepia - Multi-zone, Center-zone - Multi-Pattern, Center-weighted, Center Spot - High, Normal or Low - On/Off - On/Off - On/Off

You can record movies at 640x480 (24fps) with audio, for up to 80 minutes, depending on the available space on your memory card. Unlike most digicams that record audio, the optical zoom may be used during recording once the option is enabled via the Record menu.   

Sliding the Mode switch to the Playback position will display an index page showing recently captured images. This is just like your typical index page, allowing you to quickly search though your saved images. Pressing the Ok button or the telephoto zoom control will bring the selected photo full screen. image or movie.

Here we have an image being displayed full screen. No overlay information is shown, which is great when viewing images on a TV with family and friends.

Pressing the "i" button brings up this menu of options. You can add a Caption, move the image to an Album or view the detailed exposure information.

Using the Telephoto zoom control you can enlarge the image 1x - 8x (in 1x steps) and then scroll around it using the 4-way selector.

Movies can be displayed on the LCD or sent to your TV via the A-V cable. You can start, pause or stop playback and control the volume of the camera speaker.

Press the "i" button to display the movie file information

The EasyShare-One can connect to wireless networks and devices like the Kodak EasyShare Printer Dock Plus Series 3. You can then print or email you images to friends and family (shown below.)

Here is an animation of the wireless printing process. You have to first enter Playback mode, then enable the Wi-Fi card and search for available networks. The ES-one will then show any Wi-Fi network of device that it recognizes. Once connected to the printer, you can then go about creating 4x6- inch prints.

Here you can see how to send an email.

The SETUP menu options: - Select the Menu language to be displayed - Set the internal clock - Start a presentation of your stored images - Adjust the brightness of the LCD - Adjust touchscreen settings - On or off, selects auto rotation of shots taken with portrait orientation - Select camera sounds - Off, Low, Medium or High - Video output format - NTSC or PAL - Display firmware revision number