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Kodak Easyshare M753 7 MP Digital Camera with 3xOptical Zoom (Silver)

3.9 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

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  • The KODAK AF 3X Optical Aspheric Lens captures crisp details
  • 3X optical zoom (35 mm equivalent: 37¿111 mm) gets you closer to what's important without reducing image quality
  • 7.0 MP means you can make stunning prints up to 20 × 30 in. (50 × 76 cm)
  • 5X continuous digital zoom gets you even closer
  • View your pictures in high-definition on an HDTV or other HD device
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Product Description

The M753 is loaded with great features you'd find in much more expensive cameras. Plus, with its pocketable design, and all the stylish colors and matching accessories to choose from, you can't afford to miss out.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 3.7 x 0.9 x 2.3 inches
Item Weight 5.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 1 pounds
ASIN B000RWAD6W
Item model number 8377749
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
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3.9 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #23,103 in Camera & Photo
#2,507 in Camera & Photo > Point & Shoot Digital Cameras
Date first available at Amazon.com July 7, 2004

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By JV on September 15, 2007
I purchased this after having a used a Kodak DX6440 for the past 3 years. After getting the M753 I was hoping this would be a good replacement but now it's going back. I like that the camera battery can be charged with the USB cable (I wish all cameras could do this) in addition to the Kodak docking station. Also, if you have a power cord from a non-compatible docking station you can still plug it into the camera to charge it (the DX6440 docking station does not work with M753). I really the fact that kodak cameras can charge the battery because I never liked doing the AA rechargeable battery-shuffle. Why can't the camera charge them???

I tested the camera and a lot of the pictures had noise in them and were grainy even in low light. My old DX6440 was better and pictures seemed clearer. Also, even though the M753 is very light and small, it feels and look cheaply made. It seems like it wouldn't take much to break this. I wouldn't mind some additional weight to the camera if it made it more solid and rigid.

Here's the rundown:

Pros:
Small and light (mostly because battery is a small re-chargeable, not heavier AA style)
USB, docking station, or power cord can charge the battery.
Has a big 2.5 LCD and more features then cameras made a few years ago.

Cons:
Pictures seemed grainy in low light - even with the flash and in high ISO mode
Camera doesn't use AA (not a problem for me, but maybe for others)
Feels flimsy and cheaply made

Finally, one shouldn't get hung up on megapixels when shopping for a camera. Look at getting a camera with a high quality lens that can take crisp clear pictures (the DX6440 has a better 4X optical lens). A 4-6 megapixel with a good lens vs an 7-8 megapixel with a poor lens isn't worth the extra money. You can save a few bucks because the market price of most consumer cameras are driven by megapixels.
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Like some of the other reviews, I was disappointed with this camera. I previously owned a 4 megapixel Kodak DX7440 and it took great pics, but was a little too bulky for a carry around camera. I was pleased to find this camera because of its size, low cost and 7MP quality. Out of the box I was excited after I snapped a few pics. They looked fantastic on the view screen. I don't agree with the other reviews about it feeling cheap. I thought it felt really nice. Buttons in the right place and raised just enough to access them. The problem came in when I downloaded the pics onto my computer. The download went flawlessly, but the pics looked very grainy/noisy. Way too grainy for a brand new 7MP camera. I took pictures in several settings, but found the same 'blah' quality with everthing I tried. I played with all the settings and tried different MP settings with no luck. I do not know much about cameras, but I think this camera has a lower quality lens. I will probably return it and try a different one....it was too good to be true...
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This camera is amazing. It is easy to set up and interfaced with my PC easily. The menu is easy to navigate and is pretty much the same as my older Kodak model so I didn't have to reinvent the wheel. The camera has a close-up model, a stabilization feature and an auto feature. The close-up mode automatically focuses and takes AWESOME closeup shots. It will be great for taking pictures of jewelry and small items to sell on eBay.

The dial is pretty small and the icons are hard to read, but the screen tells you what mode you're in so that takes care of that. I love the design of this camera too.

I've tested the video mode and it works great. Love this camera! If you're looking for something inexpensive that takes great photos, do not hesitate to buy this one.
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By SAH on November 28, 2007
As the reviews above stated, the Kodak M753 is light and not as sturdy as my similarly-sized Canon Powershot. Purchased as bday gift for my 15-year-old son because of the price, portability and low maintenance cost (i.e., rechargeable battery). However, camera did not last a week. Someone at school ran into him while he was taking a photo. Camera dropped and has not worked since (lens error). Have dropped my Powershot several times over the last 4 years without a catastrophic failure.
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I "upgraded" to this camera and regret it. I love the fact that you can charge it with a USB cable, and dont have to worry with batteries. But, after having it for less than a year, the only thing the USB cable does for me is charge it -- it no longer works for uploading photos to the computer. Luckily we have a laptop and I can just take my memory card out and put it in the laptop to upload them.

The photo quality is no good. It is very grainy no matter what ISO or flash settings you use. Also, when I take pictures with it, it makes the sound like the picture was taken, but it pauses for a second or two and THEN it actually takes the picture?! It has done that several times, and ruined several shots.

This camera is not worth $150 and I would not recommend it to anyone, ever. It's cheaply made and does not take good photos.
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Since my first digital camera was a Kodak and it took great pictures I thought this one would be the same. It took okay pictures, just not the really crisp, sharp pictures I had hoped for. It has many nice features and shooting modes though and it might be a good camera if you just need a simple user friendly camera to snap pics of family and friends.
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