Search results for "kodak easyshare printer" 15 results from 4 merchants

Filter by
Average user rating
  • & up
  • & up
  • & up
  • & up
  • £ 0.00 - £ 55.00
  • £ 55.00 - £ 90.00
  • £ 90.00 - and up
Sort by Popularity
  • Popularity
  • Price
  • Average user rating

Most recent reviews from the community


AdvantagesSo easy to use, quick, convenient, idiot proof for perfect results

DisadvantagesA bit pricy per print. 6 x 4 maximum print size.

...I have had one of these for a year, and I love it. It has a USB port to connect to my PC, and it is small enough to sit next to my normal printer on my desk. It takes up the same amount of space as my telephone. But the beauty of it is that you do not need the computer to print out pictures form the camera if you have a Kodak compatible camera as there is the dock that sits on top. If you have...

> Read review


AdvantagesGreat value for money; sharp and colourful prints

DisadvantagesCheaper packages available

...zoom easyshare Z740, which in spite of its plastic build actually looks and feels like a serious contender. an array of manual features and 18 automatic scene modes cater for various conditions, plus the camera can take small video clips. as the name suggests, kodak has kept its package very simple to operate. the camera, powered by two AA batteries, sits back to front on the printer so its 1...

> Read review


“Kodak Easyshare 4330”

published 27/01/2004

AdvantagesVery easy to use, good quality pictures

DisadvantagesBattery consuming.

...those annoying red eyes in photos. You can also utilise more advanced options such as the setting of exposure times. The quality of the photos is excellent and using my friend's photo quality printer and some good quality photo paper the photos were really crisp. The colours are also vivid and lifelike and the pictures that I took of the French Alps were particularly stunning. The camera comes...

> Read review

Related searches for kodak easyshare printer