Short form review posted for Kodak DX4330!|
(Thursday, October 10, 2002 - 02:01 EDT)
For some time now, I've been impressed with Kodak's EasyShare(tm) line of cameras.
They're not "enthusiast" models, hence more something I'd buy my non-technoid wife Marti, rather than a camera for myself. But that's where the vast numbers of the mass market are.
What's great about the EasyShare models is that they really *are* easy to use. Their menus and controls are dead-simple, but even more importantly, they manage to snap good-looking pictures under an amazing range of conditions. Kodak has *really* figured out white balance on these, particularly under difficult light sources such as household incandescent. (The achilles heel of most consumer digicams.)
I've just tested the 3 megapixel, 3x zoom Kodak EasyShare DX4330, and am happy to report that it carries on the EasyShare tradition of excellent color and white balance in a very easy-to-use camera. Check it out!