Question about Kodak EasyShare DX4530 Digital Camera
Kodak cameras are not durable,especially when they sit around with no use..If you cannot fix it your self throw it out.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
If the next step is the bin, this can't harm... the easy share cameras suffer from stuck shutters.
If you can see old pictures and the menu items you may be in luck...
sometimes you get an error, sometimes you don't, read the posts by "Jay" in the article I wrote about it here...
as you will see it has worked for many
If you cant see the icons in the menu, its an electronic fault or maybe a damaged display (although not common on these), with the age it would probably be best to replace it as a repair would be expensive.
If you do buy a new camera,
When choosing a new camera take particular notice of the screen, these new cameras with huge screens are all very good but I see hundreds with broken screens of all brands, a smaller screen with a protective cover (like the kodak) is often a better choice.
The kodaks are particularly easy to use, so also bare that in mind if your not particularly techie as some can get quite complex with manual modes etc.. go to a big electronics store that stock many brands and have a good look before making a choice.
if I can be of further help please do drop me a line or comment on this reply..
Best of luck
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
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