Kodak DC3400 Review

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Howdy.'s review of Kodak DC3400

★★★★★

“I love this Kodak DC3400 digital camera. It's few...”

Written on: 29/01/2002 by Howdy. (1 review written)

Good Points
Picture quality is outstanding. Easy menu to follow. Great for point and shot snapshots or get more creative with F-stop adjustments.

Bad Points
I'd like a hook on each side for a shoulder strap and the lens cover should be built in. Placement of batteries (+ or-) could be clearer.

General Comments
I love this Kodak DC3400 digital camera. It's few flaws have nothing to do with the bottom line which is "how good do the pictures look?"

And guess what----it's made in Japan, not China! I bought the lens kit from Kodak and it really helps on the wide angle/telephoto range. I'm begining to wonder if my Canon A-1 SLR will ever get used again this camera is so good. The trick will be finding one now.

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22859_Gerald.'s Response to 11004_Howdy.'s Review

Written on: 08/05/2002

Totally agree with this review. I'd add that the power switch at the back is a bit of a pain - it's easy to switch the camera on as you slide it into the case - the way round this is remember to switch the camera to connect before you put it away - that way you wont burn your lens motor out.
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<br>A easier way of changing resolutions would be a bonus.
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<br>The biggest plus is that it takes AA batteries. My friend with special batteries are stuck with special charges, £30 batteries which are no use in anything else and can't be easily bought. Get yourself some 1800 mah nimh batteries and you'll get 100 photos from each charge - this more than outweighs the size of the camera and most importantly the photo quality is fantastic.
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<br>Perfection would be an SLR with such quality. but this is an excellent point and shoot camera which is well made in Japan.

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