Written on: 09/04/2008
Have to laugh at the folks that say the build quality is no good on the Kodak EasyShare DX6340 camera, the idea is to take pictures not knock nails into wood with the camera, try treating your equipment with respect then it wont break. (read more)
Written on: 14/08/2006 by katie delaney (8 reviews written)
I wish I had read other reviews before I bought mine! Battery cover fell off after one month. Uses huge amounts of batteries - about four photos per set. Mine has now just died. I cannot get access to my photos in the internal memory and repair will cost me £90. I still won't get my photos. (read more)
Written on: 07/06/2006 by stmartinsdiver (7 reviews written)
As my Konica was in for repair, I borrowed the Kodak EasyShare DX6340 for use whilst on holiday. Although it did the job well enough and picture quality was OK, they were nowhere near as sharp as I achieved when using an old Finepix 2 mega-pixel and a very old 2 mega-pixel Kodak D280, so even making allowances for the fact this camera is now old technology, I'd not want to own one, as there are many better ones available for the same price. (read more)
Written on: 03/06/2006 by 2shane (1 review written)
The build quality of the Kodak EasyShare DX6340 digital camera is garbage - very flimsy construction. The software is useless, and it is rigged by Kodak and Apple Quick Time. They give you the basic software and then pressure you to upgrade to the premium software. This racket is supported by the firmware being set to only take movies in MOV format, and the files after full conversion in to AVI (RADTOOLS) and then WMV, with almost no discernible loss of video or sound quality, compress down... (read more)
Written on: 10/06/2005 by strangechap (2 reviews written)
I bought the Kodak EasyShare DX6340 in February 2004 after seeing that it was the best camera for the price (I paid £150) and even though you can now get it for around £90 (from ebuyer.com), I still feel as if I got my money's worth.
The picture quality is excellent - the images are all colourful and crisp. The range of settings on it are excellent - it has 6 preset photo modes for different conditions, as well as a PAS function and a movie mode.
The PAS function is what made the camera... (read more)
Written on: 05/07/2004 by scabby yellow (1 review written)
I have had many digital cameras, but none have had such excellent quality pictures as the Kodak DX6340. The zoom is fantastic, and the video recordings are pretty good too. There is not much room on the internal memory so I highly recomend buying a card. It is very well worth it. The sound quality isnt excellent, but its adequate. There are lots of modes, to suit your every move, and the flash is good. I also suggest not using the screen to take pictures, and just using the viewfinder, as... (read more)
Written on: 09/05/2004 by mjwallin (2 reviews written)
I am very happy with this Kodak DX6340 Digital camera. It has almost totally replaced the use of my 35mm SLR cameras due to its ease of use, high shot capacity, low operating cost, and general handiness. It certainly does not produce better pictures than a 35mm SLR in its price range but what digital does at this point in time. The 3.2 megapixel capacity is more than adequate. I find the resulting prints to be satisfactory. It takes good pictures in lighting conditions that would... (read more)
Written on: 11/02/2004 by richx (5 reviews written)
On first impression, this Kodak DX6340 digital camera seems like excellent value for money. In its price range of around US$330, it is the only camera that offers 4x optical zoom and a 1.8" LCD. The bright bottom end of the lens (F2.2 at 1x zoom) also seemed like a good thing. Also, the PAS mode allows for Aperture Priority or Shutter Priority, something few cameras at this price range has (others: Canon A70, Samsung V3).
The 16MB internal memory is also a good way to backup whatever SD/MMC... (read more)
Written on: 06/02/2004 by BandQ (1 review written)
I've just bought the Kodak DX6340 and...what a digital camera it is. Stylish, easy to use, great value for money, what more can you ask for. I initially set my budget at £100 for a camera but then looked and looked and looked and couldnt find anything that would cover my needs (and brand snobbery!!!!) so i kept putting off buying one. Then the other day whilst looking through the argos catalogue saw the DX6340 for £199. I did a bit more research into the camera and it looked... (read more)