DCRP reviews Kodak DX3600!|
(Thursday, August 16, 2001 - 13:57 EDT)
Kodak's 2.3 megapixel, 3x zoom 'EasyShare'-series camera on the reviewing block...
The Digital Camera Resource Page's Jeff Keller has now posted his full review of Kodak's DX3600 digital camera, a model first announced in late April. The camera was one of the first two models announced in the new Kodak EasyShare system, a line of cameras which are all compatible with a 'docking station' allowing for file transfer and battery recharging. Jeff apparently found the DX3600 somewhat below par, concluding:
"While the Kodak DX3600 takes good photos and is attractive, easy to use, and has the EasyShare system, it doesn't match up to other low-cost 2 Megapixel cameras in my opinion. Basic features such as white balance and exposure compensation are missing here, which are found on almost every other camera. The movie mode is good, but the playback mode isn't. The EasyShare system is nice, but it costs you more money and I don't know if it's worth the price -- you can survive just fine with a USB cable. If you're shopping around for a camera like this, I'd recommend choosing something else..." You can get a second opinion from Steve's Digicams' review of the same camera, and plenty more from Jeff in his Kodak DX3600 review as well.
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