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Steve's Digicams reviews Kodak DX4530
Dennis Hissink : November 11th 2003 - 00:09 CET
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Steve's DigicamsThe American based website Steve's Digicams has posted its review about the new Kodak DX4530 camera. This new 5 Megapixel camera is one of the most affordable high resolution cameras on the market. It was introduced just before the IFA show in Berlin, Germany started. The camera features a 5 Megapixels CCD and a 3x optical Kodak Retinar zoom lens combined a 3.3 advanced digital zoom. The Kodak DX4530 is a basic point-and-shoot camera, fully automatic, but with a good and solid 5 Megapixels resolution. Beside able to capture still images this new Kodak model also features a motion video capture mode for recording video clips with sound. The design is just basic, however the price (retail price of $399) for 5 Megapixels is interesting enough.
Steve's Digicams reviews Kodak DX4530According to Steve from Steve's Digicams: "We noticed only a little barrel distortion (edge bending) at full wide angle, the telephoto end was virtually free of any pin cushioning.", "The bottom line on the DX4530 is that it captures very good images in a variety of sizes suitable for email use to wall-size enlargements. It's easy to use and is priced within the budgets of many consumers that previously would have only been able to buy a lower resolution camera. Reasonably priced optional accessories like the EasyShare Camera Dock II and the EasyShare Printer Dock 4000 allow you to expand the camera's capabilities to suit your needs."

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