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The C643 is a good value in a field crowded with good values. Its features and design philosophy reflect the skill of Eastman Kodak to identify exactly what its target audience wants-no more and no less. If you are interested in this camera, keep on reading for details.

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Kodak EasyShare

Kodak EasyShare C643 Review

Reader Score: 6.47 (out of 10)
Preview: "The Kodak C643 is a 6 MP point-and-shoot camera with 3x optical zoom. It uses the company's EasyShare docking system to simplify printing of snapshots, and it has a full range of competitive features such as a 30 fps movie mode, a large LCD screen and a full spectrum of shooting presets. Unlike most of the competition, it has an optical viewfinder in addition to the LCD screen.

The C643 is a good value in a field crowded with good values. Its features and design philosophy reflect the skill of Eastman Kodak to identify exactly what its target audience wants-no more and no less. It has no obvious weak spots, in the sense that the simplified settings are a deliberate decision to make the camera easier to use for the beginner. Yet it comes through with full motion video at 30 fps, in-camera cropping of images and several other features found in more expensive cameras." ...

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