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Kodak EasyShare CX6445 Digital Camera [4MP 4xOptical]
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- Powerful 4X optical zoom
- Professional-quality Schneider-Kreuznach Variogon lens
- 3.8X Advanced Digital Zoom, 15X total zoom
- 4.0MP for prints up to 20" x 30" (50 x 75cm)
- Kodak colour science inside
- High-speed precision, low light auto-focus
- Programmed scene modes
- Creative controls including aperture and shutter priority
- High performance flash with auto fill
- Continuous video with audio
- Exclusive on-camera Share button
- 1.8" (4.6 cm) high-resolution Indoor/Outdoor display
- Compatible with optional Kodak EasyShare camera dock 6000 and Kodak EasyShare printer dock 6000
- Auto picture rotation sensor
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Looking to enhance your photographic creativity? Take a look at the DX6440. It features a professional-quality Schneider-Kreuznach Variogon 4x optical zoom lens for astonishing clarity and prints up to 20" x 30". A powerful 4x optical zoom combined with a 3.8x Advanced Digital Zoom gives you the power to capture crisp detail from a distance. The DX6440 also comes with programmed scene modes so you can adjust the most common conditions with just a click. Looking for more control? Use the manual controls, and make even more adjustments for the shot you want.
With features such as its high-powered zoom, precision auto-focus, and wealth of creative settings, the DX6440 gives you the power to make amazing photos.
- Professional-quality 4x optical zoom: get even closer to your subjects with the Schneider-Kreuznach Variogon lens. Codeveloped by the leader in lens optics technology, this lens provides incredible sharpness, maximum depth of field and brightness, edge to edge.
- Big, beautiful prints: with the DX6440's 4 MP, you can go from 4" x 6" to 20" x 30" and everything in between.
- High-resolution indoor/outdoor display: preview and review your shots with brightness and clarity on the DX6440's extra-high-resolution 1.8" display.
- Video and audio with speaker: capture life in motion with the continuous video with audio feature. Then play it back for family and friends.
- High-speed, low light auto-focus: the DX6440 delivers fast click-to-capture performance. Its dual sensors allow you to focus in almost complete darkness so you can get just the shot you want, even when you use the zoom.
- Multi-zone auto-focus: no matter whether your subject is in the centre of the frame or off to the right or left, the DX6440 delivers incredible sharpness.
- Even more creative options: selectable aperture priority, shutter priority, and exposure compensation, as well as options for ISO, white balance, sepia, and black and white, are ideal for those who want even more creative flexibility.
- High-performance flash: the DX6440 is smart enough to sense a backlit situation and trigger the auto-fill flash. And it's powerful enough to light subjects up to 17 feet away.
- Auto rotation sensor: your pictures will always appear right-side-up, so you'll never have to look at a picture on its side.
- One-touch sharing: when you know you have a picture you'll want to print or email, tag it using the on-camera Share button. When you transfer your pictures, the picture will be ready to go.
- Settings that make it simple: choose from many scene modes--from portrait to landscape to a sports mode with ultra-fast 0.45-second click-to-capture, combined with a very fast shutter speed already set for you.
- Transfer pictures from camera to computer at the touch of a button with the optional Kodak EasyShare Camera Dock 6000. And while the DX6440's docked, its batteries are recharged. Want more? The optional Kodak EasyShare Printer Dock 6000 does all this and is the simplest way to get long-lasting, waterproof, 4" x 6" Kodak photos.
- Kodak EasyShare DX6440 Digital Camera
- Users Guide
- Quick Start Guide
- Wrist Strap
- Kodak EasyShare Software CD
- USB Cable
- Custom Insert
- Audio/Video cable
- CRV3 Battery (non-rechargeable)
Top Customer Reviews
Well i have looked at digital camera's (and thought how pretty they where!)for a while and read reviews from other people and thought it was about time i dipped my toes in the water and gave an opinion myself.
The camera coming out of the box looked the business and i was able to set the camera up and taking pictures in a couple of miniutes, reviewing them was easy and i must say the lcd viewing screen was bigger than i expected after looking at other camera's.The dial on the back for changing setting seems a bit stiff although i suppose you don't want it to loose otherwise you could jog it whilst taking a picture. the little joystick in the middle is a clever little addition and folling the prompt on the screen couldn't be easier
Although i have had this only a few days i am quite impressed with the quality of the camera and the pictures taken
Having picture taken from a lower pixel camera the additional 0.8mega pixels seems to make quite a difference when viewing
the finished pictures.
I was a little disappointed to have a manual on a cd and not something i could flick through straight away as i would have thought if you needed to check something in the manual it would be in the field and not at your computer!
The easyshare viewing program is an absolute doddle to use and i was cleaning redeye from pictures in seconds much to my amazement!
I am very happy with this camera and cannot fault it, great product.
Up until recently, I had a Canon IXUS APS camera, but like many people I was wanting to 'go digital'. My budget for the camera was about £250, as I decided that I really don't need lots of the fancy extras you can get (and ultimately pay for) with some of the more expensive models. After having read a few magazines/browsed the web etc etc, I narrowed my choice down to three. After getting demos of them all, I decided to go for this one, and I am so glad that I did!! This is a fantastic camera and I would definitely recommend it to anyone. The highlights are: (1) 4 Mega Pixel resolution is a bonus for this price, and pictures are really clear at a large size(2) 4x Optical Zoom - be careful about this - I nearly went for a camera with 2x and it DOES makes a lot of difference (3) Ease of use - within 10 minutes, both my wife and I were both taking pictures without even getting near the instructions (4) Strangely, having a camera which is larger than a credit card is actually nice - you can see what is going on much easier!
Other points of note: the camera takes SD cards; it comes with the Kodak EasyShare software; it takes AA batteries (get good rechargeable ones).
All in all, go for it! An excellent camera with the functions you need for a great price...
Bad points (minor only):
- the battery door and the card storage door are plastic and rather flimsy, as long as you are careful they should be fine, but I personally think Kodak have let themselves down on the build for the doors.
- I was taking photos in a dark club the other night, I was hoping for some great shots as it was an 80's fancy dress party. On the whole the shots were very good, but most of them suffered from red-eye. Okay, maybe I should have switched that anti red-eye option on, but I was dashing around clicking and didn't think - drat!
- wrist strap only on the camera. I would have liked a neck strap, as it means I have to take my camera out of its bag every time I want to take a photo, with a neck strap I could snap away much more quickly.
Good points (the list is endless):
- excellent look and feel, not a tiny camera that you can (and I have!!) put your thumb over the lense by mistake. Comfy to hold and just the right weight.
- photo quality is excellent. The photos are sharp and in my opinion the tones are perfect - although I know others are quite so convinced - personal choice I guess.
- menues are clear and easy to understand.
- the camera is so easy to work I was snapping away as soon as I got it out of the box!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this camera in 2004 and am happy to say it is still going strong. It is my camera of choice for my handbag, ever ready and easy to use. Read morePublished on 10 April 2011 by V Batty
Like a lot of people, I have just bought my first digital camera. I read all the reviews for lots of different models and finally plumped for the DX6440. Read morePublished on 28 Jun. 2004 by R. Miles
There are detailed reviews online, easily found with google, so in brief:
Plus points: you can configure the camera for minimal use of the LCD, and the battery life using... Read more
THIS ISMY FIRST CAMERA AND I WASNT DISSAPOINTED.4MP GOOD ZOOM AND A HOSTOF OPTIONS YOU JUST CANT GO WRONG WITH SUCH A BRIILIANT CAMERAPublished on 24 April 2004
This was my first digital camera purchase. Did A LOT of research, but decided for a first-timer, I would need something idiot-proof, and this camera is certainly that. Read morePublished on 20 April 2004
3rd Dig camera. This one is great. The zoom is just superb which I don't think you get with some of the "standard" looking cameras at the moment. Read morePublished on 4 April 2004 by Ray Edmunds
This camera works with all Linux distributions. All you need is a gphoto2 based camera package and most distros ship with that built in. Read morePublished on 19 Mar. 2004 by Derek Dillon
This is a good camera boughtat christmas through amazon recieved it 2 days later and its a good 2nd digital camera very good only buy kodak,good weight feels good in your hands no... Read morePublished on 28 Feb. 2004 by mrs K Burgess
Bought this after seeing the father-in-laws Kodak DX6490, which was a tad pricey. It's our first digital camera. Read morePublished on 18 Jan. 2004