Kodak had established itself quite credibly as a manufacturer of imaging sensors, and during the mid ’90s began creating its own brand of consumer digital cameras. Coming 2 years after the introduction of the DC20, the DC260 offered a bit more control in a slightly bulkier package.
The DC260 has many features common in contemporary digital cameras; a 4 way selector dial, LCD screen for image review and menu settings, and a series of pre-set picture type modes. Picture resolution is 1.3 megapixel at 1,536 x 1,024 and images are captured in JPG only. Weighing 1.2lbs this is not an especially light weight camera, and in use I found battery life from 4xAA cells to be rather poor.
- Manufacturer : Kodak
- Year Introduced : 1998
- Year Discontinued : 2002
- Film format : Digital