Kodak CX6200 Review
Features & Controls
The optical viewfinder is large and bright with framing marks and autofocus
target, it does not have dioptric
adjustment. The LED on the side indicates power is on and camera is ready to
capture. The color LCD is automatically turned on when you switch the camera into
macro mode to avoid parallax problems with the optical finder at close range.
The built-in flash has modes for auto, fill, red-eye and forced off. The flash working
range in wide is 0.5-2.4m (1.6-7.9 ft.)
The controls: On the top is the FLASH button cycles through the Auto, Red-Eye, Fill and Off modes. The Delete button is used to erase images during review. The Review button puts the camera into playback mode. The Menu button calls up and dismisses the menus. The Share button lets you select images for printing, e-mailing, or to mark as a favorite.
Navigating the menus is simple, just use the 4-way controller to move up
and down through the selections and accept a setting by pressing the center
button. The record and play menus are detailed on the next two pages of
The Mode Dial has positions for: Movie, Off and Auto .
The USB port works with the Kodak EasyShare Sofware to make image downloading fast and
easy even without the use of the optional Easy Share Dock.
There is no video out capability.
The CX6200 Zoom comes with 8MB of internal memory and is equipped with a SD/MMC
card slot that accepts any capacity SD or MMC flash card.
Power is supplied by two AA type batteries or a CRV3 lithium pack. Kodak supplies
a CRV3 one-use lithium battery with the camera. Shown here is the new Mobypower
rechargeable CRV3 and Powerex 2200mAh NiMH rechargeable
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