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Old Apr 11, 2003, 3:20 PM   #1
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Default Kodak DX4330 or Canon A60???

My wife and I just had a baby and would like to get a digital camera with which to take pictures (and small video clips) of him. We have a modest budget. I am looking at the Kodak DX4330 and the Canon A60. I was originally looking at the Canon A70 and the Nikon 950, but we probably need to keep our purchase under $300. Does anyone have any opinions on any of the cameras I have mentioned, or any others they think might be a good match for us?

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Old Apr 28, 2003, 10:27 PM   #2
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the kodak is a fine camera but so is the other one. When it comes to the movie clips the quality is poor but it is a nice feature anyhow. Both are pretty much equal, just depends on what kind of sale you can find
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Old May 4, 2003, 2:51 PM   #3
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For basic point-n-shoot needs, Kodak seems to be better choice. I have had both DX4330 and Canon A70, and with Kodak I´ve almost never had any blurred or not sharp photos. Canon has much better manual controls and therefore steeper learning curve, but you can achieve truly artistic results ), which you wouldn´t be able to do with Kodak. DX4330 is 3MP and Canon A60 is 2MP. If you want to have nice sharp pictures of your baby, go for Kodak. Forget about quality shots under poor light conditions, though (I mean without flash). Hope this helps.
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