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Kodak EasyShare CX6200 2MP Digital Camera (OLD MODEL)

by Kodak
61 customer reviews

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  • 2-megapixel sensor creates 1,600 x 1,200 images for sharp prints at sizes up to 8 x 10 inches
  • Crisp, sharp pictures with a Kodak 37mm (35mm equivalent) lens
  • Bright 1.6-inch new indoor/outdoor display with exceptional viewing quality
  • 8 MB internal memory with slot for adding MMC and SD memory cards
  • Powered by 2 AA batteries (alkalines included); connects with Macs and PCs via USB 1.1
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Product Description

Product Description

This Kodak EasyShare 2MP Digital Camera makes sharing, printing and e-mailing your pictures as easy as taking them. The 2-megapixel sensor and bright 1.6" indoor/outdoor TFT color display help ensure sharp, crisp pictures. Features: 8 MB internal memory with slot for adding MMC and SD memory cards; Mac and PC connection via USB 1.1; Simple-to-use Kodak EasyShare software; 2.1 megapixel (1704x1257 pixels) CCD resolution; 2.0 megapixel (1632x1232 pixels) image resolution; 3x continuous digital zoom; white balance; flash mode with auto, red-eye, fill, and off; optical viewfinder; self-timer; movie image function; 8 MB internal memory; MMC/SD expansion card slot; and Kodak EasyShare 6000 series docks compatible.

From the Manufacturer

The Kodak EasyShare CX6200 digital camera makes taking great-looking digital pictures wonderfully simple. And it has the power of the Kodak EasyShare system behind it, including the exclusive on-camera Share button and the simple-to-use Kodak EasyShare software. Plus it's compatible with the Kodak EasyShare camera dock 6000 and printer dock 6000. That means printing, e-mailing, and sharing those pictures is just as simple as taking them.

Shoot. Touch. Share.
With the Kodak EasyShare system, sharing is simple. Just place your Kodak EasyShare digital camera into the dock, touch the button, and your pictures are automatically sent to your computer. Now you're ready to e-mail pictures and share great-looking prints with the world.

Sharing Made Simple

  • Exclusive on-camera Share button
  • Easy-to-use Kodak EasyShare software
  • Bright 1.6" new Indoor/Outdoor display with exceptional viewing quality
  • Video clip capture

Great Picture Quality

  • 2.0 MP for great-looking prints up to 8" x 10" (20 x 25cm)
  • Crisp, sharp pictures with a Kodak 37mm (35mm equivalent) lens
  • Kodak color science inside
  • Multiple color modes

Incredible Ease of Use

  • Snap a picture in any setting
  • 8 MB internal memory and MMC/SD expansion card slot
  • Compatible with Kodak EasyShare 6000 series docks

Product Details

Product Manual [6.12mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 1.6 x 2.6 inches ; 6.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0000ACXZU
  • Item model number: 1974971
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,899 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 27, 2003

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146 of 153 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on September 11, 2003
This digital camara is a very nice camara. You can take photos and videos with this camara. This camara comes with a program for your computer to load photos and videos from your camara to your computer.
You can take photos by looking in the viewfinder or the screen. Looking at the screen to take photos is more fun, but I get better photos with the viewfinder and the screen uses more power.
The camera came with Kodak batteries, but I would recommend rechargeable Energizer AA batteries with a charger ($1$$) because they can last up to 205 photos before you need to recharge the batteries.
The Kodak batteries only last about 140 photos before you need to BUY more batteries.
The camera comes with 8MB internal memory and a memory card slot. You can also buy memory card for the camera 16MB,32MB,64MB,128MB and 256MB memory cards.
The internal memory is if you plan on taking 9 photos in the best photo quality with the best (3.2) setting you can take 10 photos before the memory is full.
The better photo quality can take about 18 photos before the memory is full and the good setting can take 30 photos before the memory is full.
You can also turn the flash on and off, a 10 second timer for the shutter, you can change from color to black & white or sepia.
Overall this is a very nice digital camera.
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56 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Cassandra on November 28, 2004
Situation: Camera for precocious 5 year old

Experience: Kodak, Fuji, Nikon & Canon digicams ($300-$1+k range)

Rating Justification: It's interesting how some folks will take a $2 knife an attempt to perform precision brain surgery with it. That's a humorous way of saying this camera - at $75 sale price - is a great introduction to digital photography. Kodak has produced at least 3 top-flight consumer/prosumer cameras and is known for the quality of their image and color capture software (see various camera reviews on [...] & imaging-resource.com). Kodak also makes some serious digital equipment for top-flight professional photographers (DCS-1, I think). So anyone implying that Kodak doesn't understand digital photography isn't providing the whole story.

This camera follows a time-honored, age-old Kodak tradition to get the non-techie into cameras as cheaply and easily as possible. Thus the Easyshare line, a line of cameras designed to make going from image to memory book as easy as possible.

This camera is an ENTRY level camera in the Easyshare line. The camera is the digital equivalent of Kodak's old Instamatic - that single-focus, 1 film-speed mainstay of KodaColor glory. The CX6200 is small, simple and shoots what it's pointed at. It takes reasonable pictures w/the color Kodak is famous for. And it does this for about $0.30-.70 per 4x6 print with a cheap printer. If you are looking for a take-it-anywhere camera that lets you see what you've just captured, stores 75-150 pics and won't cause tears if it's dropped/lost, this will work.

Problems? Sure - it doesn't zoom, can't adjust exposure and could break its plastic case if it's dropped. It also isn't a good camera to "learn" photography on (not enough features).
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56 of 57 people found the following review helpful By L. Frary on October 24, 2004
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I would recommend this camera to anyone who needs/wants a camera that is really easy to use. We purchased this camera for my 10 year old son 4 months ago as an alternative to a disposible camera. He was able to use the camera immediately with very little assistance and has taken hundreds of pictures since. He loves viewing the pictures immediately to determine if it is a good picture or not. The picture quality is very good (equal to our Nikon 800.) The battery life is also very good, but you will probably want to invest in rechargeables. If you can live without zoom capability and want a simple; reliable and low cost camera that takes good pictures, the Kodak 6200 is an excellent choice. Note: Ecost is a good site to get inexpensive memory.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Grejam on November 15, 2004
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I was looking for a digital camera for my almost 12 year old.

I've had digital cameras for years, and expected to find something simple, like an older model I had. Very hard to find! Only other simple models I was finding were strange brands I never heard of (and suspected wouldn't last long).

My alternative was a film camera - I don't want to get into the

cost or hassle of getting film developed any more.

So far, quite happy with this simple little camera. 2M is quite large enough for what he'll use it for. Tonight, he was photographing the sunday comics... 8-)
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Kenney on December 31, 2003
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For a hundred bucks you can't beat this little camera. It's up and running within minutes of leaving the box, and setting it up to transfer the pictures to a computer was very simple (in fact, user error was the only misstep in the entire process; make sure those cables are snug...).
The picture quality was surprisingly high, which is a nice bonus.
My only quibble is the internal memory isn't very roomy (8 pictures on "Best" quality, 30 on "Good," which is the lowest). But, media cards are getting quite cheap nowadays, and since I planned on purchasing one anyway, it's not that big of a deal (the 128 MB card will hold 149/595 respectively).
Overall it's a nice beginner digital camera -- enough options to take good pictures, not so much that they'll overwhelm the user.
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