The Kodak CX7300 Digital Camera Is Kodak’s Low-Budget Camera
Taking photographs is something that nearly everyone loves doing. Many people recall taking their first photo with a Kodak instamatic camera when they were young. I am sure many of you likewise were never permitted to use your parents “good” camera that they kept hidden in their bedroom. These days things are different as almost anyone can afford to pay for a good quality digital camera.
If you have been searching online, I am sure you have learned that the Kodak CX7300 is one of the most low-cost, good quality cameras out there today.
A few years back, in order to own a high quality camera, you would be looking at paying $300 to $400. Naturally, the actual prices of digital camera are decreasing. While you can still pay more than $500 for a digital camera, you can get a good digital camera for less than $100.
For snapping photographs for posting on the Internet, a 3.0 meg camera is perfect. Anything greater isn’t needed, so there is no reason to spend more for a higher meg camera.. And while this camera is more low-priced than most, you will see that there are some quality features included. A few of these features include recording short movies, red-eye reduction and a 3x digital zoom, on top of other other features you will find very useful. Another thing people will like about the CX7300 is how easy it is to use.
You will be astonished at the quality of the Kodak CX7300, especially when you discover you can get it for roughly $100. And because the Kodak CX7300 is so easy to operate, it is a great camera even for a newbie. You even get a reasonable battery life, which is amazing for the price of the unit. You can even snap photographs in color or in black and white and the quality is terrific with either. If you decide not to use a memory card, you will still be able to take and store over 65 pictures with the built-in memory. Naturally, if you place the setting on the best quality, you will only be able to store 17 photographs.
- 3.2-megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create photo-quality 11-by-14-inch enlargements
- Kodak lens with 3x digital zoom
- 1.6-inch LCD display screen; on-camera “share” button allows you to organize your images for e-mail and printing as you take them
- Store images on 16MB of internal memory or on optional Secure Digital (SD) memory cards (no memory card included)
- Powered by AA-size batteries (alkaline included, rechargeable Ni-MH recommended)
List Price: $ 119.95
You will still be able to capture great pictures even if you take the setting and set it at the lowest quality. When the Kodak CX7300 is auto setting, the flash will automatically work if there is not enough light where you are taking the photo. You can review the pics on the 1.6″ LCD screen, and either keep or throw them to the trash. You can create silent movie clips too. I say silent since there is no microphone to record audio. You will, of course, be provided a manual and software for organizing your photographs and learning all the functions of the CX7300. Of course, most people just start using the Kodak CX7300 without going through the manual simply because the Kodak CX7300 is so user-friendly.
As usual with electronic gizmos, you will see high reviews and low reviews. More users have given higher reviews, but there are a lot of camera users woh are very dissatisfied with the product. Personally, I believe that the reason there are many bad reviews is simply because users who purchased the Kodak CX7300 were looking for all the features that they would get in a $500 camera.