Anyone know anything about Kodak CX4200

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Bev, Aug 1, 2003.

  1. Bev

    Bev Guest

    I recently bought this camera and am having a problem with the "View"
    arrow icon showing in my pictures. Kodak has their software to use with
    this camera and since I'm not able to download it, I'm not able to use
    it with my Webtv plus. With their software you have to use it to
    transfer pictures to put into favorites for emaiing and printing. By
    doing this, the only icons that would show up on the pictures are the
    "print" or "email" icons. I can capture the pictures and do the VidCaps
    on the TV, but this "view"(arrow) icon stays on the picture along with
    the picture No. that's in the "viewing memory" and an "image storage"
    icon. Those are located in the upper right hand corner of the picture,
    but the "view" arrow is right in the middle of the lower part of
    picture. I'm thinking of taking this camera back and exchanging it for a
    different one, but would rather keep this one if I can figure out how to
    get that "view" icon from displaying. Any suggestions on how I might be
    able to do this, would be greatly appreciated.
     
    Bev, Aug 1, 2003
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  2. Bev

    Ron Baird Guest

    Greetings Bev,

    I am not clear about what you are seeing onscreen. I suspect, however, that
    it is related to WebTV? Have you checked with them for details on how you
    might use that system more effectively. We do not have a WebTV system here
    to review and test. I do appreciate your need and will share your question
    with some others that might have had some experience with WebTV. Your
    system, however, is not a supported OS. Let me see what I can find.

    Ron Baird
    Kodak





    "Bev" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    >
    > I recently bought this camera and am having a problem with the "View"
    > arrow icon showing in my pictures. Kodak has their software to use with
    > this camera and since I'm not able to download it, I'm not able to use
    > it with my Webtv plus. With their software you have to use it to
    > transfer pictures to put into favorites for emaiing and printing. By
    > doing this, the only icons that would show up on the pictures are the
    > "print" or "email" icons. I can capture the pictures and do the VidCaps
    > on the TV, but this "view"(arrow) icon stays on the picture along with
    > the picture No. that's in the "viewing memory" and an "image storage"
    > icon. Those are located in the upper right hand corner of the picture,
    > but the "view" arrow is right in the middle of the lower part of
    > picture. I'm thinking of taking this camera back and exchanging it for a
    > different one, but would rather keep this one if I can figure out how to
    > get that "view" icon from displaying. Any suggestions on how I might be
    > able to do this, would be greatly appreciated.
    >
     
    Ron Baird, Aug 7, 2003
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