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Written on: 23/05/2009 by rebelpoet (1 review written)
Have found it used on Amazon for 49.99, which is probably the best condition you'll find it in since they no longer sell replacement parts for it, and at that price, having used it myself, I can say it is well worth the price. The features are great at that price it is easy to use and figure out and the picture quality, to me, is excellent even at the lowest quality image. Mind you at the lowest two settings the liveview feature does make for a lower quality picture but but in the highest… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/07/2004 by zeke (1 review written)
The Kodak CX6200 is the perfect camera for getting good pictures on the fly, just point and shoot. The auto shoot mode gives very good pics indoors or out. I have a more sophsticated digicam but I miss a lot of spontaneous pictures with it. Thoroughly pleased with this camera. I only gave a 6 stars rating for features, but this is ok since I want this unit to simply take quick quality shots. I gave the battery life an 8, but haven't had it long enough to evaluate this accurately… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/06/2004 by diggy415 (1 review written)
Although I am new to a zoom camera with so many exposure and other features, I've had my share of bad outcomes because I'm so new to it, but when I understand how to take shots in different environments, it's crisp and clear and worth the work to figure out. Who needs expensive cameras unless you're a professional? You can get up close to your subjects and read their mind. lol… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/06/2004 by lagtuk (2 reviews written)
For its price the Kodak CX6200 digital camera is great value for money! Most of the basic features needed for a basic point-and-shoot camera are found in this nice gadget.
I compared it to my cousin's Olympus C-350, disregarding the higher megapixel setting he used, the colors of pictures were much more enhanced. Also it lacks the Optical Zoom.
Pictures taken from the Kodak CX6200 were captured as-is. WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) in terms of the colors. You can use the extra $80 (the… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/03/2004 by EMS Paramedic (3 reviews written)
This Kodak CX6200 is a great Digital camera.
The camera itself has 2.0 Mega Pixels to capture and many good features that allow you to customize your picture the way you want.
The Video Capture is a very good feature that without a memory card still is able to hold 25 seconds.
Without a card 13 to 15 pictures can be taken.
The online (camera) menus are easy to use, as well as the program that comes with the camera (EasyShare) which has both an automatic updater and an automatic downloader… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/11/2003 by 5thElement (2 reviews written)
I needed a small, cheap and effective camera and decided to go for the Kodak CX6200. You can't really go wrong with Kodak and this was no exception.
The camera is exceptionally easy to use and the menus are well laid out and simple to understand. To take a photo you just switch the dial to "auto" mode and your ready to snap away! It really couldn't be any simpler.
It can also record movies (without sound) and this function is just as easy as taking regular photographs.
The flash has 4 modes… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/09/2003 by heffer (1 review written)
Don't let the Kodak CX6200 absurd low price tag and lack of features deceive you. If there's a digital camera that gives the most bang for the buck then this just might well be it. The price rivals that of the other, low-end digital cameras in the market with sometimes unheard of brandnames and VGA resolutions. But the "Kodak Colour Science" puts the CX6200 miles ahead of these cameras and can even compete with the more expensive 3.0 megapixel products on the market.
It doesn't have manual… Read Full Review
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Written by tonyeden
" Decent camera let down by noisy images and slow autofocus " Read More
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" The camera takes great pictures BUT the shutter button keeps fallin... " Read More