Kodak EasyShare CX6200 User Reviews

Announced Jun 2, 2003 •
2 megapixels | 1.6 screen | 37 mm
GMar2
 

Not bad camera for first time owners of digital cameras. This model served me well for over 1 and a half years until I recently sold it to a friend and bought a new Casio EX-Z110. Average rating outdoor shots. The settings are almost all automatic except for the exposure compensation. This is good for those who would want to just point it then shoot it. The video, though small sized, is fast and smooth. I used this camera during my mountainbiking adventures and one time splashed this camera ...

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Bought this camera for 20 quid, would not for one minute consider paying the full 100 it should have been. Apart from the severe turning on problem (It switches on incredibly easily. Do not, under any circumstances, leave it loose in a bag as it will turn itself on and flatten your batteries, almost without a doubt), it is just a dead boring dead simple no-brainer cam. It is I suppose ideal as a substitute for a mobile phone camera, as it produces low quality images from an easy interface. On ...

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habu2

I bought this camera for my wife in October '03. She was thrilled with it, easy to use, she used it mainly for emailing pics of the kids to friends/relatives. It was a very good value for this application. Problems: In February '05 the camera simply stopped working. New batteries, new memory card, AC adapter, nothing helped. It was out of warranty, and repair costs exceeded the value of the camera. I put it back in the box and sent it back to Kodak, and replaced it with a Canon A400 and ...

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very good camera for the price very good image taking for 2.0miljon pixels wouls say it's 3.0 worth nice colors robust nice out-doors shots Problems: on-contact disc, sets quickly upon on-position, without you knowing off it, putting it away in your pocket or so if you leave the batteries in , even without working with it, they will go off quickly used on dark backgrounds or indoor, there appair slight white dots on the pictures, but my friend has a 700.00 canon and he has that too, it must ...

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vimp
 

Plus : A great camera for family use. At its price (last year 100euros) I think it is ok. Very easy to use, good and natural colors. Good batery life (I took almost 110 fotos with 2AA 1800 rechargables). Good pictures also in very low light with focus. Also a solid build camera. Minus : Noisy when low light (even from close distance with flash)- when about the sun seet light there is no way to take good pictures. Problems: When I bought the camera they told me that I can use MMC card - but ...

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Niels__H

This little camera is perfect for everyday use, even in harsh conditions. We use it on the weekend and during holiday's. As we go wheelin' in the mud on weekends and usually try to go skiing on holidays it has taken some serious battering with mud and snow: although the body is scratched and bumped, there is mud in every corner and we've dropped it in snow more than once it's keeping up very well for over a year now. The quality of the images is OK. I've used them in printed materials and they've

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addict

at first i thought it was a mediocre digi cam since it looked quite small, was fairly light and looked so simple! 250 pictures later i realised the quality of the pictures and the brightness of the colors was overwelming and the images were not only bright and vivid but also very easy to edit (ei. photoshop) In contrast with popular belief the camera DOES HAVE DIGI ZOOM it's just a bit tricky to find it. in addition, it's not at all sensitive so it's ideal for bumping and smashing around and ...

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