Kodak EasyShare-One Diary|
Mike Pasini, The Imaging Resource
(Tuesday, November 22, 2005 - 15:47 EST)
Add Kodak's new WiFi digicam to the EasyShare experience and you have to keep a diary to reveal all!
Which is just what we did when we got our hands on Kodak's EasyShare-One WiFi wonder. We also left the building, wandering around town taking pictures, printing them and even emailing them from the sidewalk.
Our Diary is a different kind of report compared to our standard hardware review (which is coming soon). But the One is a different kind of camera, not entirely described by its technical specs.
But the One is only part of Kodak's WiFi experience. Our Diary also reveals the intimate details of the Series 3 wireless printer dock, which prints trouble-free 4x6 dye sub photos directly from the camera or through a network. And we also gossip a bit about the surprisingly useful credit-card-sized Picture Viewer.
Not to mention our infatuation with the latest version of Kodak's free EasyShare software, which also enhances the WiFi experience. It launches when a One looks for it and makes it easy to manage your images after you've wirelessly transferred them to your computer.
But even away from your own network, the One is not lonely. You can log onto the Kodak EasyShare Gallery (formerly Ofoto) to email images, upload albums and share them, too. All you need is a WiFi hot spot. Which are plentiful around here.
All together, it's quite an experience. And we'll update our Diary as we learn more.
See the full review, posted 2/14/2006.