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Old Jan 20, 2006, 3:33 PM   #11
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The second photo posted, which I referred to as a snapshot photo was taken with a flash. Here is an existing light only photo taken with the V-570 at ISO 400.

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Thanks MT. I was already leaning toward one of these because of the wide angle lense, but after seeing your pics, I went ahead and ordered one today. Should arrive early next week.

What SD card are you using? I ordered a 1GB sandisk SD card for it. I hope I don't have to have a Kodak card because they are twice as much.
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Old Jan 20, 2006, 5:37 PM   #13
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The nice thing about the Kodak V-series cameras is that they do not require a specific SD chip nor a high speed chip. Standard chips work just fine.

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Old Jan 20, 2006, 7:35 PM   #14
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Well, here is tonight's (01/20)sunset photo taken with the Kodak V-570 in the ultra wide (23mm wide angle lens)mode.

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Old Jan 21, 2006, 5:05 AM   #15
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All these are good photos MT,

I could learn a little from you as it seems you have the touch for good photographs.
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Old Jan 21, 2006, 5:23 AM   #16
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Very nice photos. I enjoyed seeing them all.

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Old Jan 21, 2006, 11:18 AM   #17
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Many thanks for you nice comments. The V-570 is turning out to be a rather impressive camera.

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Old Jan 24, 2006, 8:44 PM   #18
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Just got my 570 today.You get most of the credit for me buying one, MT. I was looking at the Canon, Sony, Fuji, Sanyo, and could find nothing that I really liked in the $400 range. It was those shots with the V530 you posted that got me looking at Kodak. Then I did some research on the 570 and saw the shots above and I placed my order.

This is a very nice little camera, and very attractive. Smaller than expected. It captures very quickly, even with flash. I went 2 for 2 taking shots of my daughter doing cartwheels tonight in a poorly lit room. With my older Sony,I would have had to make 5 or 6 attempts to get one of them. The 2.5" LCD is outstanding as well. I still need to learn how to use it properly (and I am no photographer), but indoor photos of the kiddos at night look quite good to me in the auto setting. Low light ability was a major selection criteria for me, since a lot of my pics are taken indoors. I love the wide angle lens too.

Kodak CS gets kudos also. They shippedmy 570overnight air and reimbursed all shipping costs because they failed to ship the same day I ordered, even though I only beat the cutoff on Friday by 17 minutes. I didn't complain to them about it, they just did it.

Anyway, I am very pleased with my 570 so far. Nice job Kodak.
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I am really glad that yopu are very pleased with your Kodak V-570. I too, think thatthe V-570is quite a good camera.

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MT, thanks for sharing your v570 pics really impressive.

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