Kodak camers are still top notch in the picture world
1 July 2013
Summary: I have bought 3 of these little cameras since they came out in early 2000's... they are very rugged and settings are easy to figure out. I still have all 3 of them and use them in my landscaping business to aid customers on design layouts.. I have bought 3 to keep in each of my trucks that do quotes and designs. I like the fact that they have memory card and/or can be hooked up to usb cable and download as well.
Summary: I Love this camera, it may not be new anymore and others are more advanced but this camera is awesome and i highly recommend it for its all around performance and versatility, the video function as well as clarity of stills is very good.
Summary: I was quite happy with this camera for about a year. Then, had similar problems as others-- battery door broke so the camera constantly shuts itself off (I've been trying to keep it shut with tape) and the shutter doesn't completely open or close, sometimes staying shut even when turned on. Basically, it's useless after a year, so not worth the money at all.
Summary: I bought this camera after much deliberation and searching through endless catalogues and department stores. It was between this Kodak and the previous model (the DX6330). We decided to go with this camera though and we certainly haven't been disappointed. The picture quality is amazing. There are so many different modes of actually taking the picture (i.e.
Summary: I personally have had several digital cameras over the years and my perents wanted to start to go digital. So I decided that in order to make my life easier (a.k.a. less phone calls), I would buy the most simple camera without a bunch of bells and whistles. Well it was reading and playing around with different cameras and found this little gem. This camera is EASY TO USE. It has a small wheel on the back to select special photo modes.
Awesome camera, easy to use, all the features you need
Brian R. Stuart, Amazon
25 September 2005
Summary: I previously had an Epson 850Z digital camera, but was constantly missing those key photo moments on our 2 yr old daugter. I read the reviews and narrowed my selection to this Kodak and the Canon 300. I tested them at Best Buy and found this camera to be quicker--quicker from the time you pressed the buttom till the photo snapped--key with a 2 yr old that won't sit still. I have been 100% satisfied with this camera in all settings and environments.
Summary: I bought this particular camera, along with the printer dock, about a month ago. It is my first digital camera purchase. We are on a tight budget and only allowed ourselves a small amount, considering the price of digital cameras with 3+ MP and any kind of optical zoom. I found this one, new, at a great deal that couldn't be passed up, and after reading some very positive reviews, I grabbed it! And I'm so glad I did! The camera is extremely user friendly.
Summary: I bought this camera for my wife last Christmas. She'd been wanting a digital camera but had no desire to get one if it meant ever touching the computer. This camera combined with the printer dock was perfect for her. She basically uses it like a fancy point-and-shoot, then prints out pictures as she goes. I haven't even had to upgrade her memory card since she just deletes the pics when her card gets full.
Summary: I got one of these beauties for work recently and loved the picture quality. I initially also was frustrated that I couldn't seem to "drag and drop" the pictures anywhere outside the Kodak software album and I also could not copy and paste. It seemed I would have to e-mail the pictures to myself in order to capture them. (I don't have a CD burner) BUT...I soon found that the pictures do save on my computer simultaneously.
Summary: I've fought getting a digital for years...I'm a scrapbooker who loves her Cannon Rebel 35mm. Anyway, the 35mm tends to be too bulky to put into your pocket on those little trips. My husband who is a "techie" thought I was insane to by a 3.1 when there are affordable 4.0-5.0's on the market. There'll always be cameras better and faster as long as technology progresses, but the prices will also reflect those progresses.