Monday Mystery Camera: The Sony DKC-C200X

What’s better than a good Monday Mystery Camera on a Tuesday? πŸ˜€

Sorry I’m late with this posting but I did get the YouTube video for this in late on a Monday night if that counts!

Anyway, this is just one of those cameras that I don’t feel the need or want to kill myself writing about so I’ll let the video do the talking for those interested since everything I know about it is in the video. I’ll save the double duty for the hardcore camera stuff! It’s basically a Sony DKC-C200X Passport Camera from 2003 and it is one of the largest, goofiest digital cameras I’ve ever seen! πŸ™‚

But does it work? Is it good for anything other than passports?

One thing I’d like to note. The “coffee” thing at the beginning is basically a parody of this much used and cliched scene. I’ve seen it on so many YouTube videos that I’ve lost count! πŸ˜€

As far as I can tell, the only way I can use this camera is to have the photos sent via Bluetooth to a compatible Sony Printer which I do not have. Now if anyone out there has this camera and can tell me if there’s a way to send photos from this camera to a laptop or phone I’d appreciate it! Thank you!

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4 thoughts on “Monday Mystery Camera: The Sony DKC-C200X

    1. Haha Thanks Jim! I take that as a complement coming from a man who used to work on radio! 😊 Yes, this is a very bizarre looking camera. Unfortunately Sony did not think anyone else would be interested in it besides postal workers! Thanks for your comments!

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    2. By the way, one of the reasons I hate doing these YouTube videos is because I’m not always smooth and cool when the video starts recording! I usually mess up requiring several retakes but this one I was mostly β€œin the zone” I guess. Thanks! 😊

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  1. Only you bro! :-))
    I would think you would get the printer (which probably has a unique data format)
    since you are the ultimate bargain hunter when it comes to gear.
    Enjoyed the video featuring this oddity…

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