Kodak EasyShare Making Digital Photograpy Simpler

Monday, February 6, 2012

Kodak is striving to make the move to digital cameras easier for their customers. The kodak easyshare digital cameras are making the digital photography market a little more easy to swallow for consumers. J.D. Power and Associates Satisfaction study displays how the Kodak Easyshare digital cameras are the highest in customer satisfactory rating from the $400-$599 dollar range and the $200-$399 dollar range. This study consisted of 4,260 responses from consumers who pruchased a digital camera between November, 2003 and June, 2004.

These models consisted of the Kodak Easyshare DX6340 [http://www.bargainfindsonebay.com/Kodak/Kodak_DX6340_Review.html] , Kodak Easyshare DX6440 [http://www.bargainfindsonebay.com/Kodak/Kodak_DX6440_Review.html] , Kodak Easyshare DX7590 [http://www.bargainfindsonebay.com/Kodak/Kodak_EasyShareDX7590.html] , and the Kodak Easyshare CX7430 [http://www.bargainfindsonebay.com/Kodak/Kodak_CX7430_Review.html]. These cameras are some of the easiest learning curve digitals on the market touting one touch button operation and easy auto and manual controls, Kodak is eagerly chasing the first time camera buying in a attempt to make things easier for the consumer.

The kodak photo docks allow you to transter photos to your pc, recharge your cameras battery. How easy is the Kodak system? Well when your done taking pictures on your kodak you just place the camera in the easyshare dock and touch the button. Thats it your pictures then transfer to your computer and the cameras battery recharges automatically.

Kodak is no slouch either when it comes to pixel content as we explained earlier in a previous article, you don't need more than a 5.0 mega pixel past that point the naked eye can almost not detect a much better artificial color saturation of raw mega pixels. This of course meaning non interpolated pixels, the CCD has to be 5.0 mega pixels and not interpolated which give the average photographer a great picture both in exposure and color saturation. As kodak strives to make the camera markey easier for its customers to get into its providing a Niche Market for the first time digital buyer.

I guess the question most first time buyers ask themselves is what do you really need as far as pixels, what are you taking pictures of landscapes or portraits and how durable does your camera need to be. All of these are great questions when seeking out that perfect combination of power and durability and easy of use, I think the average person just needs a digital camera suited to him/her and this is your ideal situation.

Style is another factor to take into consideration, not saying that men are oblivious to this but the olympus verve I believe to be a definite atempt at Olympus to target the female market, the 4.0 mega pixel camera is shaped like compact even. Of course without sounding too bias I can't see many men actively going out to buy this " Stylish " camera.

It all comes down to what you want and what you need and hopefully all consumers can meet somewhere in the middle. Hope your search for the ideal camera for yourself comes up good this year and since the market has gained 24 billion this year expect next year to be just as hectic with newer styles coming out soon. Keep your feet on the ice and you will find the perfect one if not this year next year.

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