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Kodak EasyShare C663 6Mp compact camera

£125 inc VAT

Manufacturer: Kodak

Our Rating: We rate this 3.5 out of 5

This Kodak EasyShare C663 is inexpensive and makes taking photos simple, but it doesn't come with many advanced features.

This Kodak EasyShare C663 is inexpensive and makes taking photos simple, but it doesn't come with many advanced features.

Kodak's 6.1Mp EasyShare C663 is the first camera to include a digital version of the company's Perfect Touch technology, the same process used in Kodak film minilabs to correct the exposure of photos. It does a pretty effective job. Like Nikon's D-lighting technology, Perfect Touch effectively brings out shadow detail in images, generally improving the appearance of photos taken in high-contrast lighting situations such as indoors with flash.

See also Kodak EasyShare Z612 6.1Mp digital camera

In our tests, the quality of the Kodak EasyShare C663's images was good but not exceptional. Overall, its scores for image quality were roughly average. Colours tended to look realistic (if a little dark), and exposure was typically accurate, but our indoor still-life shot exhibited a green cast. Photos looked reasonably sharp, although judges noticed fuzziness in some edges and fine details. The camera's maximum ISO setting is 800, but only at a very low resolution; ISO 400 is the maximum for 6.1Mp-size photos. Even so, we saw noise in images shot at only ISO 200.

Design-wise, the Kodak EasyShare C663 is a bit of a mixed bag. Its plastic case feels flimsy, and it has a curiously retro boxy look. The Kodak EasyShare C663's LCD screen is a good size and a reasonable resolution (2.5in and 115,000 pixels), and it dominates the back panel, leaving only a relatively small amount of space for the buttons. The display looks good in most lighting situations, and is viewable in all but direct sunlight.

Most of the controls are accessible through the onscreen menu, which includes both icons and text labels for easy navigation. A joystick helps you navigate, but it's a little small and too easy to push the wrong way by accident. The Kodak EasyShare C663's other buttons are also rather small; if you aren't looking closely, you could press the menu button instead of the review button fairly easily.

Kodak EasyShare C663 Expert Verdict »

Kodak Easyshare C663 reviews verified by Reevoo

Kodak Easyshare C663Scores 8.4 out of 10 based on 7 reviews
34-102mm optical zoom lens
2.5in LCD screen
SD memory
  • Build Quality: We give this item 7 of 10 for build quality
  • Features: We give this item 8 of 10 for features
  • Value for Money: We give this item 8 of 10 for value for money
  • Overall: We give this item 7 of 10 overall

The Kodak EasyShare C663 is a reasonable camera, and it isn't badly priced. Its image quality is good, and it offers most of the features that point-and-shoot users will need. And the Perfect Touch processing can make a big difference in image quality, a feature that may make the camera attractive for folks who just want to take pictures without fuss.

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