Kodak DX4530 review
We had this camera as a simple snapsht camera and seemed to always find ourselves having to tweak it to get enough light for any of the settings to give us clear pictures. We were always indoors with good light for most cameras around us, but we did not seem to be able to get it to focus worth a darn.
After finally giving up on it and selling it on eBay, we found some other reviews that indicated some of the same frustrations.
So if you have good sunlight and a tripod, or at least a monopod, you can take decent pics with this thing. But if not, don't bother!!!
Our final opinion was that instead of getting a very good value on a 5.0 MP camera, we actually spent too much for a 2.0 MP camera since that was the setting that seemed to work the best in most situations.
So, i guess Kodak put 5 million sensors into a camera that could only USE 2 million of them?
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