+_+Kodak Easyshare C533+_+

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  1. canadian

    canadian New Member

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    :confused: is a Kodak easyshare C533 a good camera for a 12 year old?

    Product Features
    5.0-megapixel resolution captures enough detail for photo-quality 13 x 17-inch prints
    3x optical zoom; 1.8-inch LCD display
    Includes 13 programmed scene and 3 color modes
    In-camera picture-enhancing features include cropping, auto picture rotation, and undo-deletet
    Powered by 2 AA-size batteries (2 batteries included); stores images on SD memory cards (includes 16 MB internal memory)
    Technical Details
    Model: C533
    Lens Type: Zoom lens
    Optical zoom: 3 x
    maximum_aperture_range: F/2.7-4.6
    optical_sensor_resolution: 5 MP
    optical_sensor_technology: CCD
    optical_sensor_size: 1/2.5"
    Included Flash Type: Built-in flash
    Red-eye reduction: Y
    form_factor: Built-in
    Display: LCD display
    display_technology: TFT active matrix
    Display Size: 1.8 inches
    light_sensitivity: ISO 100, ISO 800, ISO 400, ISO 200, ISO 80, ISO auto (80-160)
    video_input_format: QuickTime
    Image types: JPEG
    shooting_modes: Frame movie mode
    video_input_special_effects: Black & White, Sepia
    Exposure Control Type: Beach, Snow, Landscape, Portrait mode, Close-up, Party/indoor, Back light, Night portrait, Self-portrait, Children, Fireworks, Sports mode
    Viewfinder Type: Optical
    audio_input: Microphone

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  2. Ben Stafford

    Ben Stafford Site Admin

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    It would be fine camera for a 12 year old. It's not too expensive in case it doesn't last long. Kodak cameras are typically easy to use and take decent pictures. It also has enough features that it's more than a "kid" camera.
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