Forgive my ignorance but does the Kodak do this through gravitational orientation when you initially take the picture? Or does it have some advanced sensory ability to know the biggest side of the image compared to subject matter? In that case, can imaging software thus do the same thing?
Without trying to bash Kodak unnecessarily, the last couple of Kodaks friends owned that I have tried seemed rather feature and performance short and budget oriented compared to the top Japanese brands. Not to say they probably weren't competetive in their price range, I just find it hard to imagine they have an important feature the others do not.
Waiting to be educated by following posts.
I want to buy a camera for under $200. that does not require me to manually rotate the photos after I upload them to my computer. I've found that most cameras do not adjust if you turn the camera sideways when taking a picture and it is annoying. Someone told me that Kodak is the only camera in that price that can recognize and relate how the subject should appear.
Does anyone know if this is true and what camera will help me with this? I'd really appreiate your help. If it matters, I have Windows 7 on my Dell laptop. thanks!