Kodak Easyshare CX4310 Reviews
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Kodak Easyshare DX6440Best Shots; Best Usage (279 words)
by ilkoman - written on 09/08/04, updated on 29/11/04 (Useful, 258 readings)
I have been using Kodak Dx6440 for 2 months and I have taken 400+ photos with it. There is no single shot that is blurry or washed with flash. Schneider-Kreuznach lens is a very very big advantage, it yields superb image quality. The camera is brilliantly engineered and produced. Everything that I did not mention in disadvantages section is plain perfect, believe me. It has many shooting alternatives including PAS (semi-manual, aperture or shutter priority) for enthusiasts. Eventhough I am one of these, the Auto setting is so perfect that I did not use the PAS selection other than experimenting. Kodak dx6440 is commanded by the wheel and joystick. If you ...
Kodak Easyshare DX6340Easy to use (344 words)
by Angela F - written on 25/03/04, updated on 05/04/04 (Useful, 163 readings)
to go for this model as I wanted to get the best quality pictures possible at an affordable price. I looked at a few cameras and was swayed by Kodak because of their DX6000 photo printer. I had previously owned a Canon 35mm camera which I really liked, but after years of spending a fortunre on film developing only to get half a roll of decent pictures back I decided it was time to move on to digital. I am not the best photographer and the idea of seeing the picture before printing seemed brilliant. One of the plus points of this particular model over some of the cheaper ones is the size of the preview screen and the fact that it is anti-glare, so you can see your ...
Kodak Easyshare DX6340Kodak do it again! (1015 words)
by Kepler - written on 29/02/04, updated on 05/12/04 (Very useful, 449 readings)
user and is good value for money. It produces high quality photos and with the easy to use software you can be printing photos in a matter of minutes. The only minor gripe I have with this camera is the fact that Kodak did not bother to print the manual. It is supplied on CD but is pretty hefty and I certainly wouldn't bother to print it out. Having said this I have only skimmed though the manual and have found that I can still operate the camera perfectly. ...