2 Kodak cameras I am looking at.

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  1. justin15

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    Kodak EasyShare C703 Digital Camera, 7.1MP, 5x Digital and 3x Optical Zoom

    * Features: 7.1MP
    * Resolution: 3072 × 2304
    * Lens: 3x optical, 37–111 mm (35 mm equiv.) f/2.7–4.8
    * Aperture: f/2.7 and f/4.8 at wide; f/4.9 and f/8.5 at tele
    * Zoom: 5x continuous digital zoom with LCD preview, 0.2x increments starting at 3x optical zoom
    * Shutter speed: 4–1/1400 sec., long exposure 4 sec. max
    * LCD: 2.4" (6.1cm) indoor/outdoor colour display
    * Storage: 32MB internal memory, SD/MMC card expansion slot
    * White balance: auto, daylight, tungsten, fluorescent
    * Flash modes: auto, fill, off, digital red eye reduction
    * Scene modes: auto, portrait, sport, landscape, night portrait, snow, beach, fireworks, self-portrait, close up, backlight, children, party
    * Drive modes: self-timer, 2 and 10 seconds, 2 shot, and burst
    * Click to capture: < 0.7 sec. (preview off)
    * Shot to shot: < 1.8 sec. interval until buffer full (4 images), < 5.0 sec. interval with full buffer
    * Colour modes: colour, sepia, black and white
    * Video format: QUICKTIME MOV (MPEG-4) with audio recording during capture
    * Video quality: VGA (640 × 480) at 30 fps, QVGA (320 × 240) at 30 fps
    * Video length: continuous based on memory capacity

    Kodak EasyShare C603 Digital Camera, 6.1MP, 3x Optical Zoom
    # 6.1MP
    # Maximum Resolution: 2848 × 2134 pixels
    # 3x optical and 5x digital zoom
    # Aperture: f/2.7 and f/4.8 at wide; f/4.9 and f/8.5 at tele
    # Shutter speed: 4–1/1400 sec. long exposure 4 sec. max.
    # LCD: 2.4" (6.1cm)
    # Video mode: continuous MPEG-4 compressed video
    # Video resolution: VGA (640 x 480 pixels) at 30 fps; QVGA (320 x 240 pixels) at 30 fps
    # Focus range: normal: 2ft (0.6m)–infinity; macro, wide: 0.43–2.3ft (0.13–0.7m); macro, tele: 0.73–2.3ft (0.22–0.7m); landscape: 32.8ft (10m)–infinity
    # Exposure metering: TTL-AE, center-weighted AE
    # Exposure compensation: ±2.0 EV with 0.5 EV step increments
    # Storage: 32MB internal memory, SD/MMC card expansion slot
    # Self-timer: 2 and 10 seconds, and 2 shot

    Which is better.
    General comments on either.
    Sample pictures from either.

    Please help, my last digitalcamera, HP, was garbage, and don't want to make such a big mistake again.
     
  2. Ben Stafford

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    Are you absolutely set on Kodak? If not, what is your budget?
     
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    Pretty much set on Kodak, as warranty is buying this camera for me, since my HP broke. The price range that my warranty covers is $150-$200. So, at the shop I am looking at, Koadak is the only camera there, that will allow use of my old memory card.
     
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    My favorite Kodak C series camera is the C875. Other newer models are the C653 and C743.

    The store that you're looking in only has Kodaks that take SD cards? No Nikons or Canons?
     
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    not in the price range the warranty covers.
     
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    So, there is no other comments on these cameras? Well I guess I'll get it and find out.
     
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    I like Kodak cameras. I love my C875. . .takes great photos, but is a little weak at low light, but never fear. . .Kodak is coming out with new technology that will greatly increase the ability to take good photos with low light. . .
     
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