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R. Proffitt Please respond

You stated in an earlier post that you own the Kodak 7590. Since it does not have the image stabilizer do you have a problem with picture clarity? Do you use a tripod when taking pictures? Does this camera have the hot shoe or external flash capability? Any help on this particualr camera would be appreciated as I presently own a LS443 which just quit taking pictures. Flash works, zoom works LCD works but image is black. It is as if the camera does not have film. The camera was not dropped or exposed to water. Taking a picture at my mother in laws 85th bd party, took a couple, setting up another table of friends and no image. Thought it was the battery but it wasn't, so I am looking at purchasing another camera. Any help on this would be appreciated also. Thanks in advance for your advice. Jen

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Thanks for asking.

In reply to: R. Proffitt Please respond

I'm very happy with my dx7590. I don't have a stability issue even at 10X. It may have to do with my care to use the eyepiece when I use the zoom and I may even lean against a solid object or concentrate on what I am doing. It also helps that some 99% of the time it's some outdoor shot with a brillant light source which drops the shutter time.

I have not investigated any shoe or external flash options since I haven't found the need for them.

In my bag I do have a small 3 inch tripod I use for taking pictures at times when feel it needs it. For instance a timed shot at night or when we were in D.C. and you use that delay timer so you can run into the shot. The mini-tripod is something I have found many uses for.

The battery life is about a week when I travel so it's nice to not have to charge it daily.

In closing, mine is a Kodak refurb and quite a bargain for all it does. Look up for its review. Hope this helps,


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Reply to R. Profitt Another question for you or anyone!

In reply to: Thanks for asking.

Thanks for your advice. I am truly leaning toward to Kodak as I have a LS443 at this time, even though it quit working unexpectedly, and was extremely pleased even though I did get alot of red eye. Do you have the problem with red eye on the 7590? If you don't, please let me know how you prevent red eye?

Again thank you for your response. Jen

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I never try to "prevent" red-eye. Here's why.

In reply to: Reply to R. Profitt Another question for you or anyone!

It's a little too easy to correct on the computer later. I'm sorry if this seems to not answer your question, but I rarely see it and when it happens I just use software to edit it if I feel like it.


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Red-Eye Reduction

In reply to: I never try to "prevent" red-eye. Here's why.

Bob, You are right. One other factor comes into play with red-eye reduction. The red flasher bulb adds a ton of red to any photo that you take and will add a lot of red to peoples faces. Way too much red!
I have to edit in Photoshop to get rid of it in some of my photos. My relatives love the photos. I think that they are way too hot.


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About that 443

In reply to: R. Proffitt Please respond

You said you tried changing the battery, to no avail. Did you try a new one? What else did you try?

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In reply to: About that 443

Reply to swampyankee

I contacted Kodak and we went through all steps available and I was told that I would need to return the camera for a replacement and $100.00 After reading responses from Kodak forum on this camera and this particular problem, I decided to use the $100.00 towards a Minolta F5 camera. I am not knocking Kodak as I was pleased with its performance until it just quit recording pictures. From what I read on the forum, this was not uncommon. I felt lucky that I had gotten as much time out of my camera as most on the forum and only gotten 13 to 18 mos. service.

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