Reviews and Problems with Kodak EASYSHARE C743 Zoom
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great kodak digital camera for all types of indoor shots. very satisfied.
29 April 2013
Summary: been using this type kodak for over 10 years now and i am very satisfied with this used kodak that i purchased a few weeks ago on ebay. works just like new, altho not, but it takes great photos for my purposes. very satisfied with this product. if this camera goes down the tubes someday, i will continue to look for the same model, make and type on ebay, kodak of course.
Summary: I have been using these since they came out for railfanning. All the pictures I taken for my ebay auctions are taken with this model. The only draw back is that it does eat batteries. When I go out I always carry a extra set of fully charged NiMH batteries with me. If you want a good easy to use point and shoot digital camera this is for you.
This is my first digital camera and has served me well for 4 years.
15 December 2012
Summary: I received this camera for Christmas 4 years ago. I had previously been using a disposable film camera- so it was a big step up for me! I loved the fact that I could take a picture and instantly see how it turned out. If I didn’t like it, I could delete the image with the press of a button. It is a pretty simple camera to use. There are some features I have never even used. One thing I dislike about this camera is that the menu graphics are a little old school.
Summary: I bought the 743 and the printer dock as a bundle, both were reconditioned when I got them. I absolutely love my camera, I've had it for 6 years and use it in my appraisal business every day. It came with the rechargable battery pack and charges on my printer dock so it's always ready to go. I did have to replace the battery pack once but it was worth it to me because I never have to mess with batteries.
I would Love to be able to afford a Kodak digital camera
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I would to Love to be able to afford a Kodak digital camera, where i don;t work i am sorry to say i can not afford to buy me one, I have started saving change up in the last 3 months hoping to save up enough to buy me one in the next 6 months or so. i have ppl sending me photos through my email and it makes me sad to think i can not share my memories or pictures with others, but someday i will i have not given up hope on this task i hope to accomplish some day. ...
Excerpt: This is the best digital camera I have ever used. It is also the easiest one I have ever used. The value for the amount I paid for this camera was worth it all the way! I highly recommend this digital camera! It is easy to use, just point and shoot. You can choose several modes such as for very close shots, or panaramic shots. You can also edit pictures right on the camera. It comes with great photo editing software also.
Excerpt: I bought the Kodak C743 about two years ago and it has been a wonderful camera. I have taken it to my gigs, sporting events, live concerts and just everyday use. It is durable, good quality pictures and has even been beat up a little bit in my travels and has performed just wonderfully. Has a good video camera in it as well and have taped a few songs worth of materrial and the audio wasn't bad either. Actually that is an understatement. I would say it is pretty good!
Excerpt: This camera shoots slow shutter. I don't like the battery life in it either. The picture quality is really good though. The price is relatively low too which is a plus but when it comes to buying all those batteries just to keep it on for 10 minutes its not worth my money! I guess it would be good for someone starting photography or a child who wants to take good pictures. It does what it should. Its also good for like special occasions or sports events.
Excerpt: The Kodak EasyShare C743 is one of the best cameras you can buy for everyday use. It's not that expensive and it's worth every penny. I use this camera everyday. Each setting is going to be used, especially if you love to travel. Who wants to fuss with rolls of film or getting pictures developed?