QHow do I charge my camera?
ATo charge the battery in your camera, you will have to plug a compatible micro USB cable into any wall adapter rated at 1 amp (not included). Using a computer or laptop to charge the camera is not recommended because it will significantly increase the charging time.
QCan you choose when to print or does the camera print automatically?
AYour KODAK PRINTOMATIC camera prints automatically. Every picture taken will print after a few seconds.
QIs any type of paper compatible with this camera?
AThe KODAK PRINTOMATIC was designed to work only with KODAK ZINK photo paper. Other papers may be incompatible with this camera.
QHow many sheets can I put in at once?
AYou can load 10 sheets (one 10-pack) of KODAK ZINK Photo Paper at one time. Please see the section on Inserting Photo Paper in your full user guide to ensure paper is being loaded correctly (user guide can also be found here).
QDoes the camera's printer print pictures from other devices?
AThe KODAK PRINTOMATIC only prints the pictures you take from the camera. It does not connect to other devices.
QWhat memory cards can be used with my camera?
AThe KODAK PRINTOMATIC accepts microSD™ cards and flash memory cards from all brands.
QIs a microSD™ card required for this camera?
AA microSD™ card is not required in order to use the camera. If you want to save your photos to your computer you will need to have a microSD™ or comparable memory card in your camera while you take your pictures.
QHow do I turn on the flash for my camera?
AYour camera is equipped with a light sensor that will automatically turn on the flash in low light settings.
QHow do I put the optional accessory strap on my camera?
AThe optional strap, sold separately, comes in two pieces. First, thread the loop at the end of one of the strap pieces through the strap slot on the camera, and then thread the strap through the loop. Do this again with the second piece and second strap slot. Then thread the pointed strap end through the buckle and fastener. Adjust the strap as desired.