A Kodak EasyShare CX Series

by Arzell Harden
(Madison, TN)

Kodak CX7530

Kodak CX7530

I bought it back when I was in college, in February 2005, when I knew nothing about photography; my one and only focus was graphic design.

I think it had only about 16 megs of internal memory and only four modes: Auto, Night, Scene and Video (320x240 resolution only and NO AUDIO).

Right now I'm working with a much more advanced EasyShare Z915, but next year I think I'll break away from Kodak a move on to a Japanese-brand DSLR camera.

The CX series from Kodak ran from early 2002 to May 2004. There was quite a range, beginning with the 2 mega-pixel CX4230 to the 5 mega-pixel CX7530.

This is my own personal opinion, but I never really felt Kodak got the hang of the consumer digital camera market - at least not in the way the likes of Canon, Nikon and Sony (amongst others) did.

Still, they tried and the CX series wasn't a bad effort. Just not quite as good as everyone elses!

Thanks for the submission Arzell.


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Sep 09, 2015
by: Gina

This was such a good camera. I remember my sister having this exact one back then and she used to take the most beautiful photos.

Jan 13, 2010
Kodak Moment
by: Fred Braun

I have a Kodak Z980 and use it religiously for all my photo taking. I haven't had a bit of trouble with it, and in fact all the photo's I have posted here to this site were taken with it.

I think Kodak has come a long way, and remember if you are not #1 you will always try harder to get there!


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