Kodak EasyShare CX4300 User Reviews

Announced Sep 25, 2002 •
3 megapixels | 1.6 screen | 38 – 76 mm (2×)

This camera is not too bad. It take good pictures for the money but it has 4 issues that drive me nuts. 1) The lens cap is nearly impossible to get on and it pops off very easy. 2) The batteries don't last very long, perhaps a few electronic "rolls" 3) It takes a very long time after you push the shutter relese for the picture to actually be taken. Taking action shots is near impossible. 4) After you select a menu option you must push the joystick perfectly straight in to enter the option. ...

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Don't waste money on this camera. I understand this is a budget minded camera, but far better values can be had in a point and shoot camera. I was so pleased with the Kodak DC210 I previously owned, I did not hesitate to buy another Kodak... big mistake. Only thing good I can say for this camera was the ease of use and a fairly nice picture quality. After buying a Canon several months ago I would have to think real hard about buying another Kodak. Problems: Cheaply constructed. Power ...

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When I first got this camera it worked good, was VERY easy to use, replaced my old Kodak APS with ease. Liked that it only ran on two AA batteries which were always available if it ever died while I was out and about. Problems: The camera started having issues slowing the shutter speed down so no matter what I did the pictures would always end up with a slight blur to them (I hardly ever use a tripod as most of my opertunities don't allow them) So after I sent it out for service three or ...

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This was my first digital camera. I will be upgrading to an Olympus Stylus 300 due to the difficulty I had with the Kodak design. The lens cap, which is attached by a string, is awkward and does not stay put. This camera is, however, very light, quite small, and very easy to use for beginners. Reviewing and deleting pictures is quick and easy, as is changing picture modes, flash settings. Picture quality is good for a camera is this category. Good flash. This is a great camera for the ...

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Digby

It is what it is...simple, effective, inexpensive. I bought one for my eleven year old so he would quit messing with my Canon Elph. It does a wonderful job, and if he loses it, I won't be out too much money. Walmart has these really cheap...Model 4310...only difference is it is all black and a Walmart "exclusive". Problems: None whatsoever. Use Nicads. Get a SD card. Have fun.

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