Kodak nc2000e gallery on Flickr

Discuss older Nikon-based Kodak digital SLRs, including DCS 100, DCS 200, NC2000, DCS 400/600/700-series, etc. Ask questions, post general comments, anecdotes, reviews and user tips.
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Re: Kodak nc2000e gallery on Flickr

Post by Ashley_Pomeroy » Thu Jun 10, 2010 9:13 pm

What you'd need to do is this:
Image

Which should look like:
"What you'd need to do is this:
[ img ]http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_u0UitR4lCV8/T ... rp+300.jpg[ / img ]

Except that there shouldn't be any spaces in the {img} and {/img} tags. Or you can just highlight the image URL with the mouse, and click the "Img" button along the top of the message. And a cat's severed head.

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Re: Kodak nc2000e gallery on Flickr

Post by snapabraham » Fri Jun 11, 2010 2:04 am

Ahh. Very Cool! I was doing it completely wrong, obviously. I was taking the html code of the photo from the blog html edit window.

I shall try it again soon. Thanks very much! I'll skip the cat's severed head step!! lol! :-)

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Re: Kodak nc2000e gallery on Flickr

Post by snapabraham » Fri Jul 09, 2010 8:57 pm

Here's a post I just completed comparing three cameras looking at the same scene.

http://snapolson.blogspot.com/2010/07/r ... rison.html

The article I've posted compares an image from the nc2000e, a Kodak DCS-330, and a Fuji 6800z (point-and-shoot):

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Re: Kodak nc2000e gallery on Flickr

Post by Ashley_Pomeroy » Tue Jul 20, 2010 6:40 pm

snapabraham wrote:Here's a post I just completed comparing three cameras looking at the same scene.

http://snapolson.blogspot.com/2010/07/r ... rison.html

The article I've posted compares an image from the nc2000e, a Kodak DCS-330, and a Fuji 6800z (point-and-shoot):
That's a good advert for the DCS 330. I know very little about it - the only sample image I have seen is this one, which is terrible:
http://www.imaging-resource.com/EVENTS/ ... 30_250.HTM

I informally compared my DCS 520 with a Canon Powershot G2, which was a very sharp four megapixel compact. The G2 resolved finer details and wasn't all that bad at ISO 400, and it had a hot shoe, so I tended to use that as a backup rather than the 520. Although the DCS 520's interface was much better (the G2, irritatingly, didn't have a post-capture histogram, and you had to keep rotating the stiff mode dial from "record" to "playback" to see the image).

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