DCRP reviews Kodak DX3215!|
(Tuesday, October 30, 2001 - 01:43 EST)
Kodak's entry-level 'EasyShare' doesn't fare too well in its first review...
Jeff Keller of the Digital Camera Resource Page has posted the first review we've seen of Kodak's EasyShare DX3215 digital camera, a $199 entry-level unit which occupies the bottom slot in the company's EasyShare series. Unfortunately it seems the compromises to achieve this cost resulted in a camera Jeff just wasn't happy with - he concludes:
"I have learned that with the Kodak EasyShare cameras, you definitely get what you pay for. I was very happy with the DX3900 and recommended it. I wasn't as pleased with the DX3600. But the DX3215 is definitely the worst of the bunch, and not a camera I can recommend. While the EasyShare system is nice to use, the camera itself is so stripped down and difficult to use that I would strongly recommend taking a look at [another camera]." If you're still interested in the DX3215, be sure to give Jeff's review a read...
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