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Kodak EasyShare DX7630 Digital Camera
Kodak EasyShare DX7630 Digital Camera
 
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The new Kodak DX7630 offers a 6 megapixel CCD and a retractable 3X optical zoom from Schneider-Kreuznack.

The body of the DX7630 is made of a durable plastic, finished in a dark grey-brown that changes shade with the light.

A textured grip with a rubberized surface is provided. A lighter grey colour metallic surface decorates the top, wrapping around the back part of the zoom control which has the chromed shutter release at its centre.

Three buttons are aligned between the shutter release and the camera's speaker. Starting on the right, the first button controls:

Flash modes: Auto, Forced Off, Fill-in, Red-eye Reduction.
The second button is to capture close-ups or distant scenery:

Close-up mode: allows the camera to focus on a subject that is between 7 and 70 cm (2.75 and 27.6 in.) when the zoom is set to the wide angle, and 28 to 70 cm (11 to 27.6 in.) when the zoom is set to the maximum telephoto position.
Landscape mode: sets the focus to infinity.

The third button, nearest the speaker, is to select:

Exposure Bracketing: the camera takes 3 photos consecutively, one overexposed by a preset value, the next at the metered value, the third underexposed by the preset value. The preset value for the bracketing step is set in the menu and provides a range ±1EV in 1/3 EV increments.
First Burst: with this mode, the DX7630 captures a burst of 4 images at approximately 2 frames per second.
Last Burst: captures a burst of up to 30 pictures, but only records the last 4 when the shutter button is released.

Four more buttons are arranged at the top of the DX7630's back. On the far left of the upper part of the camera's back, the button labelled with controls the Display and Info of the monitor. In the Recording modes, the button cycles between a display with information overlaid on top of the image coming from the lens; to one that only shows the autofocus brackets; to turning off the monitor.
In playback, the button can be used to show the settings of the camera for any image. The data is presented in two columns, and covers all the settings, from aperture and shutter speed to exposure compensation, and even the zoom setting for the shot in 35mm equivalent.

To the right of the viewfinder, the Delete button can be used immediately after an image has been captured to delete that specific image, or in Playback to delete one or all images.
Next, the Menu button displays the menu appropriate to the mode in use on the screen. And the fourth button, Review, starts the Playback mode.

The DX7630 features a Jog dial, a small wheel that is embedded into the upper part of the grip. The dial can be rotated and clicked like a mouse wheel, and serves to select camera settings for such things as aperture, shutter speed, sensitivity and exposure compensation.
Two more controls are on the back of the camera, to the right of the large 2.2 inch, 153,000 pixel LCD monitor.

The share button presents a short menu that offers functions to print selected photos; or print all photos; or cancel all prints; or e-mail photos to people whose email address has already been loaded on the DX7630 with the EasyShare software included with the camera.
The other control is composed of two elements. The Mode dial and the Joystick at its centre which is used to navigate the menus and make selection when pressed in. The Mode dial features a locking system, a small grey button that needs to be pressed in while the dial is rotated to the desired position. The system is designed to prevent the dial being rotated accidentally.
When the camera is powered On, the centre part of the dial lights up green. When the camera is set to Favourites (see below) or connected to a computer, the inner part of the dial lights up orange. The dial has 10 positions, including the Off position:

Auto: is a fully automatic mode. Exposure, focus, flash, and sensitivity (ISO) are all set by the camera. The recording menu remains available, but the Jog dial is disabled.
Once set to Scene position, any one of 16 Scene modes can be selected by pressing the joystick in, which displays the scene modes over the lower part of the LCD monitor:

Portrait: the camera uses a wide aperture to blur the background (the effect is more pronounced if the zoom is used), and sets the flash to Auto mode although it can be changed. The lowest shutter speed possible is 1/8 sec. Sensitivity is set to 100 ISO.
Sport: sets the flash to Auto (it can be changed) and gives priority to a fast shutter speed to freeze action. The lowest shutter speed available is 1/30 sec. Sensitivity is set to 200 ISO.
Landscape: focus is set to infinity and forces the flash off as the default. User can change the flash modes, but the lowest shutter speed is 1/8 sec. Sensitivity adjusts automatically, and the white balance is set to Daylight.
Close-up: offers the focus range of the Close-up mode (see above) but cancels the flash. The flash remains available to the user and the lowest shutter speed is 1/8 sec. Sensitivity is adjusted automatically.
Night Portrait: sets the flash to red-eye reduction, but it can be changed to other settings. The lowest shutter speed available to the camera is 1/2 sec. Sensitivity is set to 100 ISO, and the white balance to Auto.
Night Landscape: sets the flash to forced off and it cannot be changed. The lowest shutter speed is 1/2 sec. Daylight white balance is used, and the sensitivity is set to 100 ISO.
Snow: for use with bright snow scenes. Exposure compensation is set to +1 EV to make sure snow appears white; the sensitivity is set automatically and the white balance is set to Auto. The longest shutter speed available is 1/30 sec.
Beach: as with the Snow scene mode, the DX7630 sets exposure compensation to +1EV to avoid overexposure. In addition, the flash is set to Auto and the colour is set High Colour. The longest shutter speed available is 1/30 sec.
Text: is for use when photographing documents. The camera sets the exposure compensation to +1EV and the sensitivity to 200 ISO. The flash is forced off by default but can be used if needed. The maximum exposure time is 1/4 sec.
Fireworks: uses a low shutter speed to capture fireworks displays. Daylight white balance is used, along with infinity focus, 100 ISO, noise reduction and a 2 second exposure.
Flower: is the Scene mode's equivalent of the close-up mode. Daylight white balance is used and by default the flash is forced off but it can be changed to another setting. Sensitivity is automatically set by the camera and the longest shutter speed is 1/8 sec.
Manner/Museum: disables flash and sounds so the camera can be used in quiet surroundings or discreetly. Sensitivity is automatically set, and the longest shutter speed available is 1/8 sec.
Self portrait: sets the camera to wide angle but the zoom remains useable. In addition, the mode sets the flash to red-eye reduction, and the sensitivity to 100 ISO. The longest shutter speed is 1/8 sec.
Party: sets the flash to red-eye reduction mode, uses Auto ISO (between 100 and 200 ISO). The longest shutter speed available is 1/8 sec.
Children: sets the sensitivity to 200 ISO and limits the longest shutter speed to 1/30 sec. By default the flash is set to Auto, and so is the white balance.
Backlight: sets the flash to Fill-flash (it cannot be changed), and automatically sets the sensitivity to between 100 and 140 ISO. The lowest shutter speed is 1/60 sec., the flash synchronization speed.
P Program: allows the user to set the sensitivity, exposure compensation, flash compensation, and any of the parameters available in the Recording menu, while the camera determines the aperture and shutter speed. A shutter speed range of 1/1400 to 1/8 sec.
A Aperture Priority lets the user select the shutter speed: f2.8, 3.4, 4.0, 4.8, 5.6, 6.7, or f8 when the lens is at the wide angle end; and f4.8, 5.6, 6.7, and f8 when the lens is at the maximum telephoto, while the camera sets a corresponding shutter speed. All other camera settings are available.
S Shutter Priority: lets the camera select the aperture that matches a shutter speed selected by the user. The available shutter speed range covers from 1/1000 sec down to 64 seconds. All other parameters remains available.
M Manual Mode: provides complete control over the camera's aperture and shutter speed range. The exposure brightness resulting from the selection for aperture and shutter speed made by the user is indicated on the LCD monitor.
C Custom Mode: lets the user create a personalized shooting mode by selecting either Program, Aperture priority, Shutter priority or Manual mode, and any other setting (exposure compensation, flash compensation, ISO), and then recalling them all at once by selecting the C mode.
Favourites: serves only to view images that have been tagged as Favourites (see the Characteristics section of the review for more information).
Video: captures MPEG 4 movies with sound (mono, 8kHz, 16bit) at a frame size of 320 x 240 pixel and 24 frames per second. By default, the duration of the recording is dependent on the capacity of the memory card in use. However, the video clip length can also be preset in the Video Mode's menu (5, 15 or 30 seconds). During the recording the optical zoom and the digital zooms are disabled, but the exposure and focus are dynamic.

Overall the Kodak DX7630 has a good ergonomic design, and although the camera is quite compact, its controls are easy to use and generally well-placed.
 
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