Kodak EasyShare CX7300 User Reviews

Announced Feb 2, 2004 •
3 megapixels | 1.6 screen | 37 mm

I bought this camera 3 years ago because I wanted an easy to use camera and a cheap one. It seems to be exactly what i want. It doesn't have the features of a dslr but it is ideal for a quick snapshot. I regret only the long shutterlag and the noise in the picture in poor light conditions. I also think the flash is not strong enough. Conclusion: a no nonsens camera worth its money. Problems: Never encountered any problem with the camera itself but the software that came along with it is fa ...

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My husband and I have had this camera for about 2 years now. It is very light and portable, and easy to carry around the various places that we have travelled to, and it is fairly fast to whip out of a pocket, turn on, and get ready to go. The picture quality is not great, (it is only 3.2 MP) but for most people who just want a cheap camera that take good vacation pictures, this is a good camera for the money. It has been dropped a couple of times and it still works. even though the case ...

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I bought this camera almost 2 years ago and I haven't had any major problems w/ it. It's a very easy to use camera(i was even able to teach my technolgically troubled parents how to use it). Problems: If you zoom too much, the picture comes out really grainy and blury. And a few months ago the delete button stopped working! so now i have to get the pictures removed when i upload it online. No matter what brand of AA batteries I buy, it always dies REALLY fast!

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mhmisenh
 

This is a great camera for the money, especially if you are only going to use normal sized prints or put them on the internet. I have taken well over 2500 pictures with this camera and I have had surprising good results in a variety of situations. Night pictures don't really come out well. The lack of zoom can be annoying at times, but it has its advantages as well (longer battery life, less moving parts to fail). I bought this camera while I was traveling in Australia and have taken it to ...

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Blake A

The image quality is good for the amount of money you spend on this camera. I would reccomend this as a "starter" camera for most. Basic features allow ease of use and easy learning. Great software, but needs to include a photo enhancing program in the future. Problems: Digital Zoom is a drag, no optical zoom makes this camera a "beginner'' camera. Digital Zoom makes the quality of pictures horrible when zooming.

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GeeG
 

A basic but functional camera, picture quality reasonable for this price range. I bought it complete with the printer/dock but that was a waste of money as it will not load into my PC. I can load the images into the PC through the camera software to edit them but cannot export back to the printer/dock to print them off. Problems: see above

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I worked in a photo lab for over two years, and I've seen a lot of good pictures and a lot of bad ones from all sorts of cameras. I got this camera about seven months ago as my first digital camera. (I've used other cameras such as the Kodak 850, the Canon Rebel XT, etc, but I can't afford an expensive camera.) I really like what Patrick Wils said about this camera, but I have to add something. If you want a good indoor shot, use a tripod and put it on "night" mode. Avoid using the flash if ...

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My first digital camera. Bought for 100$ and sold for 100$ in India. Loved it. Helped me enter the exciting world of digital photography. Some pictures taken in this camera are so sweet, I use them as screen saver. Problems: None. At this price point it gives more than what I can ask for.

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Owning a Canon EOS 10D, Canon A80 and Ixus30 I have made some comparisons (of course): Positive points: - little purple fringing and little flare - decent resolution, good colours (not great), but it looks pretty enough as long as you won't print larger than 5x7". Kodak certainly has a prettier look than e.g. HP or cheap Panasonics. - robust housing, not too tiny. - can be used by grandmom - good battery life (unlike earlier DX3600 etc.) - Cheapest brand camera around, often on offer. - ...

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murquiza

I bought that for my daughter's 7th birthday. She was willing a camera and I didn't her use my expensive Nikon gear. I did some research and found this little camera very easy to use for her, and with buil in memory. It uses 2 AA bateries and no extra memory card requiered, for a kid that's great. The image quality is good for a $89 dollars camera, it could have a lens cover to avoid scratching it, it has no zoom, but can record some videos with a nice quality. It is comparable with the ...

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