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Old May 31, 2010, 10:25 AM   #1
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I have a relative who wants a good camera with a "share" button to send the picutres easily to her computer.

She wants a compact size, good zoom all with great pictures, of course.

I am trying to look around on the reviews here, but not sure how to get even a list of cameras with this share feature.

I got some great advise here before when I was looking and thought I'd ask.

I am not familiar with even which brands or models to try and look for a camera with this easy "share" feature.

Thanks for any help !
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Old May 31, 2010, 10:38 AM   #2
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Hi there, AuntNelly-

The "share" feature is unique to Kodak cameras. The Z-915 model would pretty much be just what your relative is looking for. It has 10X optical zoom and produces very good image quality. Its list price is around $130.00 but Staples and Office Depot often have it on sale for $99.99.

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Old May 31, 2010, 11:24 AM   #3
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Hi again!

Thanks SO much for that help! I could spend hours looking around and would not know that feature was just for Kodaks. I am sure my relative will be thrilled for the recommendation! Thanks!

Also, wanted to thank you again, even if you don't remember, helping me find a camera back in the fall. I have loved my Sony H-20, still getting used to taking indoor pictures--no flash vs flash and how that all turns out, but have enjoyed my first digital very much!

Here are a couple of my favorites, though I have many many of them!
not that I'm a professional like all of you though!

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'Happy to help out, AuntNelly-

And yes, I do remember you as well. I am glad to hear the Sony H-20 has worked out so nicely.

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Eye-fi sd card. I didn't buy one yet, but I did see it in operation and this is exactly what it does. In fact, you don't even need to push any button. If you're within network range of your computer, the pics go there. Once it's set up by a tech kinda person, there's no more user interaction. just-a-little-note: an eye-fi enabled camera is required.
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