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The Digital Science DC200 is a megapixel digital camera released by Kodak.
It features a fixed focus 39mm equivalent lens which has a range of 0.68m to infinity. It uses a 1 mega pixel CCD sensor. Photos can be captured in 1152 x 864 pixels or a lower resolution 640 x 480 pixels. There is a removable 4MB Picture Card (Compact Flash) included. Images are stored in a JPEG or Flashpix formats. There is a built-in flash with a range of up to 3m. Flash modes include auto, fill, redeye, and off modes. The flash range is from 0.7 to 3m. There is a colour 1.8" LCD screen used for reviewing photos. It can also be used a live view display. Connectivity is with a serial port which can be adapted to 9 pin (windows). There is a video out mode compatible with NTSC and PAL. It is powered by four AA batteries.
The DC210 is based on the same body, but instead of a fixed lens it uses a 29 to 48mm equivalent 2x zoom lens. It has a focus distance in wide mode of 0.5m to inf and in tele from 1m to inf. The flash range is from 0.5 to 3m, and in tele 1 to 2.7m. It is also compatible with Infrared data transmission of photos.
The DC200 Plus and DC210 Plus are identical to the previous versions in specifications, but operation usability has improved with better more responsive camera software, as well as less battery consumption.
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