Could not get program to print correctly on my Epson Artisan 837. Very poor quality printing.
I have to agree with you. Very frustrating. Why doesn't a Kodak camera just open up in iPhoto on the Mac, like every other sensible camera does??
Is there a download link still for OS9???
From the Kodak Easyshare website: "We're sorry, there are no downloads available for Mac OS 9.x."
Never used EasyShare 5 (cannot compare). I was thinking about buying iLife (read iPhoto) for my V603 but tried EasyShare 6 first. The interface is okay and I liked it from the start. Good performance, all the tools I need are there. It's not as Macish as iPhoto but it integrates perfectly with my V603. If you have a Kodak camera, give it a try like me.
I've been long awaiting this update to see if finally the Mac version has caught the windoes version…
At version 5 of the PC platform app there was a neat little extra added to the app.
Naturally this is the function that I want to try play with on my Mac, but can't as it has yet to be included, last dition that I had dld prior to this is 5.2.2
I hope the 60MB dld is worth the eaon it takes to dld …
What is with all these "huge" updates, are they just rewriting the whole app every time?
The good: It doesn't force you to use it's weird directory structure like iPhoto does. It doesn't take forever and a half to start up. It's free.
The bad: Horribly clunky interface. Tried to import all photo's from my Pictures folder without asking me first.
The break down: Good features suffer due to a bad interface.
For the money they're investing in development of this app they'd do better to go back to the beginning. Rip off iPhoto's interface pixel-for-pixel, and then improve it. As it is, it feels a cheep PC-esque iPhoto wanna-be, not a mature Mac app.
Does Easyshare work with other Brand Name Cameras??
It worked with an Olympus I had. Since it's free, I would try it with your camera; I expect it works with most.
Because of free software that is this good, Apple is forced to constantly make iPhoto better.
Just got a Kodak C310. Ignored installing the Easy Share software. Plugged it DIRECTLY into Tiger with the usb provided by Kodak and it syncs to perfection with iphoto. the trick is to just do it. got the tip from reading charles moore's review--it works!
Extremely bloated with icons that are to similar. But, none the less its usable and great to see that Kodak develops for OS X.
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