Kodak DX4530 vs Canon A70 Walmart/Bestbuy?

Discussion in 'Kodak' started by sam, Nov 15, 2003.

  1. sam

    sam Guest

    I was going to buy the Canon A70 3 megapixel for my wife for XMAS for $300
    taking advantage of Best Buys no interest for 12 months. I received
    Walmarts Holiday flyer today in the mail and on the back my jaw hit the
    ground when I saw the Kodak 5 megapixel for $298.57. It seems like a no
    brainer but is the Kodak the one to buy? It seems to good to be true.

    Anyone know if Best Buy will price match Walmarts ad? They list the Kodak
    for $350.

    Thanks
     
    sam, Nov 15, 2003
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  2. sam

    Ron Baird Guest

    Hi Sam,

    Thanks for the tip.

    I am goind to pass that along to my Brother who is seeking a camera. That
    is an excellent price, and you will be quite well served if you get it. I
    have one on my desk as the camera of choice to use for most of the things I
    do around here (can't get a DX6490), and I love it and the large files. It
    is an excellent camera.

    For details on the camera and what it offers please visit the following web
    page. This model includes a premium KODAK RETINAR Aspheric All-Glass Lens
    that allows you to enjoy sharp pictures with the premium KODAK RETINAR
    Aspheric All-Glass Lens that allows you to get close-up details with 3X
    optical zoom (38-114 mm equivalent) and a 3.3X ADZ (Advanced Digital Zoom)
    feature, better than the conventional digital used in the past. It has a lot
    of other great features you can review for your self. I will attest to the
    using it for my general picture taking on occasion, though I have a DX4330
    as well. If you are like me, Sam, the EasyShare Software is a nice plus as
    well.

    http://www.kodak.com/go/dx4530

    Nice find! If you do buy one, let me know, glad to share about it with you.

    Ron Baird
    Eastman Kodak Company
     
    Ron Baird, Nov 17, 2003
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