Excerpt: Both the Kodak EasyShare LS420 and DX4900 work with docking stations that are known for their convenient, one-button image transfers. The docking station also charges batteries and makes a perfect desktop parking spot for your camera. Unfortunately, a docking station isn't included with the DX4900. Both cameras come with Kodak Picture Software, to organize and enhance your photo collection. Some image controls let you fine tune, some don't.
who are just starting out want to keep things simple, and that's
the aim of the Kodak
EasyShare LS420 ($299). The LS420 is a fixed focus, point-and-shoot
camera which is very easy to use. Transferring photos is easy too,
with the included EasyShare dock that hooks into your Mac or PC.
While the camera is in the dock, your battery is charged.
Pros: Very small body, Dock is great for photo transfer, battery charging, Good movie mode, Ability to set shutter speed, Good bundle
Cons: Very limited features, especially compared with the competition, No macro mode, Dock must be powered even to transfer photos, Trouble with photo quality sometimes
Summary: The latest entry in the Kodak EasyShare system is the LS420, a highly compact 2.1 Megapixel camera housed in a sleek and stylish, silver colored metallic body. Equipped with a 38mm (35mm equivalent) all-glass lens with a continuous 3x digital zoom. It captures 1752 x 1168 pixel still images in Best mode or 876 x 584 pixel images in Good mode. It can also record 320 x 240 or 160 x 120 motion video with audio at 19fps in standard QuickTime movie format.
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