The 210g DX 4330 is a compact camera that could do with a sturdier body if it’s to cope with the rigours of family holidays.
The 3.1-megapixel CCD is generous for a novice camera and the DX 4330 has no trouble taking decent photos. 3.1 megapixels translates into a maximum resolution of 2160x1440 and the JPG shots can be stored on the 16MB of internal memory. Kodak sensibly added a slot for Secure Digital and multimedia storage cards should users wish to upgrade the memory. This is a good idea, because the movie and sound option is only worthwhile if you have 128MB.
As the DX 4330 is designed as a fully automatic camera, manual configurations for diverse photographic conditions are limited. The maximum ISO speed equivalent is only 200, so this camera won’t work well in low light without a flash. That said, you can control exposure and there are scene presets on the jog dial.
Navigating the camera couldn’t be easier. There’s only one menu screen on the clear 46mm LCD and a four-way pad on the left-hand side is used to operate the controls. We liked the inclusion of separate review and delete buttons on the hardware. A Kodak share button lets you tag shots you like for e-mail or printing.
Kodak EasyShare DX Digital Camera
Phone: 1800 147 701