Kodak Easyshare Photo Printer 300 Reviews
Product Type: Kodak thermal printers
Description:Model ID 8356214 / Kodak EasyShare Photo Printer 300 - Compact photo printer - colour - dye sublimation - 102 x 184 mm up to 1.5 min/page (colour) - USB / Through the years, Kodak has led the way with an abundance of new products and processes that have made photography ... more
Kodak Easyshare Photo Printer 300 ... simpler, more useful and more enjoyable. Today, the company's work increasingly involves digital technology, combining the power and convenience of electronics with the quality of traditional photography to produce systems that bring levels of utility and fun to the taking, "making" and utilization of images.
Print directly from any PictBridge-enabled camera or from your computer via USB;
Get real KODAK Pictures in just 90 seconds;
Create waterproof, stain-resistant pictures that last a lifetime;
Get true-to-life color and sharp details with KODAK Color Science;
Organize, print, and share your pictures with award-winning KODAK EASYSHARE Software.
Newest Review: ... any third parties we can get it printed ourselves on machines such as this one. The Kodak Easyshare photo printer 300 is an ... more
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Customer Kodak Easyshare Photo Printer 300 Reviews (1)
by - written on 28/07/11 (Very useful, 74 readings)
As we all know, there have been huge changes in the way in which we take photographs with all manner and means available to capture digital images, together with suites of software to turn the photo we actually took into something we didn't take. We have come a long way, even in the last 10 years. It was about 10 years ago when, having invested in a digital camera for the first time, I was persuaded to invest in a photo printer and the option I chose at the time was this Kodak Easyshare Photo Printer 300. In those early days of digital images, most of us would still have a 35mm camera and we would pay to have our pictures developed by a specialist. You would ... Read the complete review