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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 examine the back of the camera, you will see hoe handy it is. The biggest negative side of the camera is that you cannot choose what format you would like to save your images. No TIFF or RAW mode. A I mention in the disadvantages section, the flip doors are very weak and I must admit that I don't want to open them in case of a crack. Made on purpose to make you buy the Kodak docks I suppose. However Kodak guys were quite succesful in this manner, I am planning to buy a printer dock. BATTERY USAGE: If you use LCD monitor all the time, than you will have a huge problem with the batteries. However I bought a GP 2000 mah battery set and a quick charger. These beauties can power the camera so efficiently that I filled the whole 256 mb Secure card with photos and videos without a need for replacement.
Snap a picture with the DX6440 and you'll be impressed by your photographic genius. Something else sure to impress is its professional-quality Schneider-Kreuznach Variogon lens. The DX6440 also features programmed scene modes for a quick, simple solution for common situations - so you get the shot you want, just the way you want it.