Question about Kodak EasyShare CX4310 Digital Camera
New Kodak CX4310 (3.2 megapixels) I bought 3 weeks ago is great. I'm new to digitals but it sure is easy to use. Problem is color of shots in camera and when I download to computer are not true to the real color whether I use flash or not. For instance, flowers are not as deep a color pink. Or my dress looks bright blue instead of bluish purple. Question is....Is this typical for this camera? Is there something I can do to correct false colors? Or I'm thinking about returning Kodak to Sprawlmart and getting another camera that is easy to use and has true colors (this seems like it should be a basic, but obviously isn't). Any suggestions on something under $300? I like using the dock rather than using batteries, whether they're rechargeable or not; so would want dock included in price. Do all cameras have docks as substitutes for batteries? Thanks....K
Posted by Anonymous on
The Kodak CX4310 is the same as the CX4300 but the 4310 is a Wal-Mart special color. The camera feature that controls color balance is called "white balance" and on the 4310, it is totally automatic. Which means you have no control. If your color is not correct, return the camera. There are not many cameras that use a dock to recharge the camera batteries and connect to the computer. So you will not have many choices if you are looking for a different camera. One camera (without a dock) you should look at, is the Olympus Stylus 300. It is a better choice than the Kodak. It uses rechargeable batteries and the charger is included.
Posted on Aug 30, 2005
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