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Kodak Easyshare C613 6.2 MP Digital Camera with 3xOptical Zoom


Kodak Easyshare C613 6.2 MP Digital Camera with 3xOptical Zoom


The EasyShare C613 features a 6.2-megapixel CCD for stunning prints up to 20 by-30 inches, and more megapixels means you can crop and still get a great picture, while Kodak Color Science helps to capture bright, beautiful color. A Kodak AF 3x optical aspheric zoom lens (35 mm equivalent of 36–108 mm) captures crisp details and gets you closer to your subjects without losing picture quality, and 5x digital zoom enlarges your pictures even more. Plus, we made sure it had the one feature you’ve come to expect — simplicity. Because if your camera is simple to use, you’ll love to take pictures.

  • 6.2-megapixel CCD for prints up to poster-size
  • 3x optical zoom; 5x digital zoom
  • 2.4-inch indoor/outdoor color LCD screen
  • On-camera Share Button for easy transfer of pictures
  • 16 MB internal memory; SD/MMC card slots

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  1. 167 of 169 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Pretty decent for a basic camera., October 1, 2007
    By 
    Matthew High
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Kodak Easyshare C613 6.2 MP Digital Camera with 3xOptical Zoom (Electronics)
    For the past few weeks on trips around the state, I have been taking basic snapshots with my cell phone camera, and then picture-messagin them to the web. But after a few hundred snapshots this can start to add up ($$$), and cell phone cameras are not exactly the highest quality.

    So, last week I set out to find a very simple, basic, low-cost digital camera. Browsing through Amazon, there were plenty of cameras to choose from. And ultimately, I decided to stick with the tried-and-true Kodak company with their Easyshare cameras. And in particular, I settled on the lower-end of the scale – the Kodak C613.

    And then, over this past weekend, I went out the eastern High Sierra and snapped away with about 150 photos.

    Overall, I was pleased with the camera. It’s nothing fancy – just your basic point-and-shoot camera, which is exactly what I’m looking for. There are about a dozen different settings you can play around with, but for about 90% of the time the “auto” function is just fine. I’m not the type that is trying for “high art” photography – I don’t have the patience nor the skills for the high-end stuff. I just want to center the photo on the screen, click the button and that’s it. And this camera is good for people like me.

    Got back home, and hooked up the camera to the computer with the USB cable, and downloading all the photos was a snap. I haven’t tried using the Easyshare software (and I don’t really plan to). I was also very pleased to see that the quality of the pictures (once on the computer) was quite a bit better than they had originally appeared on the camera viewscreen – more detail and brighter.

    Problems – I was surprised at the tiny internal memory – it can hold only about a dozen 6 Megapixel pictures (or several dozen smaller-sized pictures), so I immediately went out and bought a 1Gb card for the camera – this is an absolute MUST. Now I can store thousands of pictures without worry.

    It runs on AA batteries, and they lasted through the weekend and no more. I would turn on the camera for about a minute, snap a picture or two, then turn it off until the next shot. I did this at least 100 times over the weekend, rarely leaving the camera on for more than a couple minutes at a time. I don’t know if this is normal operating time for the batteries, but it would be a good idea carrying around spare batteries.

    The manual that comes with the camera is a complete joke. Totally useless.

    The button layout and operation is a little non-intuitive, but I figure it will just take a little bit of time getting used to it, that’s all.

    The only feature I wish this camera had is a “timer” function, so I could set it down and take pictures of myself in front of a big mountain backdrop, for example. As far as I can tell, no timer.

    And finally, twice the camera would not start up when I pressed the “On” button. But all I had to do was open and close the battery cover – and it was fine – I assume it’s just a very slight short where the battery is/not touching.

    So, after one weekend trial, I give it a tentative thumbs-up. It’s nothing big and fancy – but then again it’s not supposed to be. Just a simple, low-cost point-and-shoot camera for the simple photographer.

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  2. 47 of 50 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Terrific starter camera, August 16, 2007
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    This review is from: Kodak Easyshare C613 6.2 MP Digital Camera with 3xOptical Zoom (Electronics)
    This my first camera and I’m quite pleased with it. It’s got some nice features, including closeup, zoom, adjustable ISO and image stabilization but it’s basic operation is very straightforward. The auto-shot produces lovely snapshot photos right out of the box. It’s small without feeling fragile. The Easy Share software is a snap to use. I was actually impressed with how easy the software is to use and with Kodak’s online gallery.

    I’d recommend this camera for anyone new to digital photography who wants to take good shots right away while having room to learn and explore new camera concepts.

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  3. 56 of 62 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    THE camera for your grand parents or wife. It’s easy to use and very good!, September 1, 2007
    By 
    Kevin Quattro (Burbank, CA) –

    This review is from: Kodak Easyshare C613 6.2 MP Digital Camera with 3xOptical Zoom (Electronics)
    I am a fairly serious digital SLR hobbyist photographer and have been hunting for months for that “right camera” for the spouse. I can now say I have found it. (and it’s not a canon!)

    I have to say I was mighty impressed with this little sub $120 camera from Kodak. Even before turning it on I quickly realized after a quick scan of the controls–this was the camera for my electronically challenged spouse!

    It has nice, easy to see and use buttons for the common tasks. Nothing hidden away in layered menus. “Delete”, “Review”, “Zoom Controls”, it’s perfect!

    I also was thrilled that it tells quite clearly on the on-screen display exactly what you are about to do when you change modes or push buttons. So there is never any confusion.

    It takes regular “AA” batteries which is fantastic! My wife is one who never remembers to charge anything! Cell-phones, game pads, bluetooth, etc. So this was very welcome. Slap in some light weight lithium “AAs” and if she runs out…a quick trip to the local Rite-Aid, gas station or whatever and she’s up and running again.

    Even though small I appreciated the on-board memory so that at least out of the box you could take some pictures. Instead of leaving grandma clueless. Of course it also excepts SD and is wise to fill it obviously.

    The camera fills the bill nicely with very good quality snapshop images, records fairly decent and usable 640×480 video with sound too! Everything my wife has been asking about. The video mode won’t replace a dedicated camcorder but it will be do the job in nearly 80% of the situations where just a picture won’t do.

    I usually shutter when thinking of installing the software that comes with cameras but I have to say the Easyshare with web support is HIGHLY SUGGESTED. Not only does it suck in the pics from the cam but allows you to very easily make a web gallery. This is great, again, for those that are computer challenged and want to share pics with family. The wife loves it.

    So why not 5 stars and just 4? It lacks a direct view viewfinder and has no built-in spesker to listen to the audio from video clips. Both minor but enough to drop the rating to 4.

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