Kodak DC3200 review

Started Oct 30, 2007 | User reviews thread
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Pattisboy Senior Member • Posts: 1,990
Kodak DC3200 review
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My first digicam too which I bought for £50 in '02 as an end-of-the-line Currys special offer. That was a real bargain then for a cam that produced really good pics.

I bought a set of NiMH batteries as ordinary alkalines didn't last very long and took it everywhere in the "boot" of my Suzuki Burgman until about a year later the cam started to produce very fuzzy pics. As it was still within the year's guarantee, I had my money back as Currys had no 3200 to replace it. Traded up to a Fuji A303 which I still have working fine.

I do have many great nostalgic pics to look back on so I feel I really had my money's worth.

Problems:

No problems with the cam whilst it was working properly and the failure could, just could, have been due to vibration despite the cam always being wrapped in a towel whilst being transported.

Kodak DC3200
1 megapixels • 1.6 screen • 39 mm
Announced: Sep 23, 2000
Pattisboy's score
4.3
Average community score
4.0
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