Review posted for Kodak DX3700|
(Wednesday, May 1, 2002 - 00:55 EDT)
A 3 megapixel fixed focal length "one button" camera in Kodak's super easy-to-use "EasyShare" line.
This is one of the more stripped-down models in Kodak's EasyShare line, with a three megapixel CCD and a non-zoom lens. It certainly is easy to use, there are literally *no* adjustments to make, so nothing to futz with. Like the other low-end EasyShare units I've tested though (DX3500 & DX3600), it does a surprisingly good job given how much the camera has to figure out on its own.
Not as sharp as some higher-end three megapixel models, and personally I'd always go for a two megapixel camera with a zoom lens over a three megapixel one without. (The price of the two units will likely be about the same.) Still, for the ultimate in ease of use, it's hard to beat the DX3700. Not a camera for an "enthusiast" or anyone else who likes to control the exposure even a little bit, but for pure point & shoot users, a good choice with great color. Check it out!