> "Cal Bear '66" wrote:
>> I have a Kodak Z710 which works very well with Vista. The Kodak
>> EasyShare software (download, ver. 6.3.1) is fully Vista compatible.
>> I Bleed Blue and Gold
>> GO BEARS!
> Thanks, Cal. That's good news because Kodak is not listed as having
> any camera compatible with Vista. I just found a site which lists
> products and manufacturers: "Windows Vista hardware Compatibilit
> Ahhhh, I bleed GREEN & Gold. Go Pack!!
> Have a good football season.
>> "Felicita" <Felicita@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>> I want to buy a digital camera but noted that some cameras are Not
>>> compatible with Vista. The Vista notation is usually not listed in
>>> the camera specs. Does anyone about the following cameras
>>> compatibility with Vista?
>>> Panasonic Lumix DCM-FX7
>>> Canon PowerShot S3 IS
>>> Olympus SP-550 UZ
>>> Kodak Easy Share Z612
If you like to make video clips...and have plans to
use Movie Maker...be aware that Kodaks make
Apple Quicktime .mov files that are not compatible
with Movie Maker.
However...they can be converted with the Retail
version of Apple Quicktime. There are other ways
also but it's just another time killer.
Personally, I would suggest looking at a Canon.
The Canon S3 IS you mentioned is a great camera
and there is also a new model:
Canon PowerShot Pro Series S5 IS
(I have the S2 IS and am considering this one)
Go to the Samples page and download the .avi video
clip...you'll be surprised when you view it. Also have a
look at the clarity of the full telephoto image
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