Excerpt: This is my workhorse camera. I have used it since it first came on the market about 3 years ago. Awesome picture-taking ability. Very easy to use. Excellent use of battery power. Easy to understand features. Perfect camera for someone wanting to take top quality photos but who is new to digicams.
Excerpt: Have been using this camera for about 1 1/2 yrs. I think it is a very underated camera. It is fully weatherproof and produces those excellent Kodak colors. I take it with me in all types of weather and terrain where I would not think of taking a digital camera.
Excerpt: We use this camera on construction works, It is the only camera that could last as long in harsh places. As far as picture quality and usability it's a 10/10. We have many other brands at the office and this is the one everyone loves. Real good resolution ans outstanding color.
Excerpt: At only 2 megapixils, it's the minimum quality I need. Very rugged, it survived a fall onto a stone curb in Spain and kept on operating until I could send it to Kodak for repair. Like many others, Kodak really does have good service. Easy to use menu make using all the features more likely.
Excerpt: The following detailed review of this item was sent by email to me and I thought to post it here. This is a recall by Kodak and has been verified on their site. I have not rated this camera but instead left the default average setting for this posting.
Excerpt: Although it's heavy, slow and powerconsuming...I love this camera. I have tried a lot and the menu is still the best i've seen. I own the camera since November 2001 and have taken over 3000 pictures. The image quality is superb, the menu is easy and the camera is beerproof. Too bad it's massive.
Excerpt: I actually got this camera about 6 months ago and now sold it. Construction: Extra durable. Very heavy. I like the sturdy rubber feel to it. Cannot plug in USB cable to camera with ease, it feels like I'm jamming in the plug. CF eject button flimsy.
Excerpt: I purchased this camera for my parents after returning a DX3500 and DX3900. (So much barrel distortion on close up photos) They love the fact that it is bigger and easier for them to hold. They were afraid of dropping the other two. The color and focus are superior.
Excerpt: If you are in a remote location and depend on the shot, don't use this camera if electricity is not handy. Problems: Microcode Problems -- Camera Locks up -- allegid fix is documented on Kodak Web Site -- But at this moment camera is back at Kodak to get unlocked.
Excerpt: First Digital Camera and I love it. Very easy to use and the value was great. I love the ruggedness and I can actually borrow friends without worring too much about damage Problems: Eats up battery with the LCD on.