Kodak EasyShare CX7300 3 Megapixels and Smaller

Kodak EasyShare CX7300 3 Megapixels and Smaller 


  • Amazing prints up to 11"x14" (28x36 cm) with 3.2 MP
  • Sharing is one-touch simple
  • Point-and-shoot simplicity
  • 3X continuous digital zoom
  • Video clip capture
  • Ready to go -- right out of the box


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    [Sep 17, 2007]
    david d


    Cheap. Relatively rugged. Uses AA batteries. Uses SD cards. Built in memory.
    Incredibly simple to use. Great for beginners.


    No macro mode. No optical zoom. Non zoom lens is fixed focus (not true autofocus). You have to reset exposure compensation and date every time you turn camera back on (no internal clock battery). LCD is coarse. Auto iso has no override. Flash is weak. Basic, basic, basic.

    All pros and cons of this camera are listed under strengths and weaknesses. This camera is geared toward the novice/absolute beginner. It is a basic simple budget model that takes decent digital pictures with a minimum of fuss. More advanced photographers may feel somewhat hemmed in by its limitations.

    It (and most other 3-4 megapixel cameras and lower ) is no longer being made. Don't pay too much for it for it seems everyone is dumping their sub 5 megapixel cameras in a rush to upgrade. If all you want are small to moderatedly large sized prints( 4x6 to 8x10), just about any decent 3 megapixel and up used at maximum image quality will probably do the job just fine.

    Would make a good companion camera for a more advanced digicam or film slr.

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    Similar Products Used:

    Kodak C433. 4 megapixels. Lighter, smaller with more features then CX7300. True optical zoom. Incredibly powerful little flash. Manual iso override. True autofocus. Incredibly fast start up and shutter response time. Great for action shots. The best user interface I've ever experienced in a point and shoot digital camera. Got out of my way to allow me to take pictures.

    Other 3-6 megapixel digital point and shoots from Canon, Panasonic, Fuji, Minolta, Sony, others. None can touch the C433.

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