Compare the Kodak M853 & C743 Cameras


The Kodak M853 and C743 are both digital point-and-shoot cameras, but the M853 has more megapixels, larger aperture range and a better shutter speed, all while costing $50 less than the C743. Compare these two Kodak brand cameras with information from a professional art and commercial photographer in this free video on photography.

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Hi, I'm Rebecca Guenther, of, and I'm going to talk to you a little bit about comparing the Kodak M853 and the C743. Now, both of these cameras are basically digital point and shoots. They're going to be perfect for you to carry around, and you know, take whatever pictures you might like to take. There are a few notable differences, though. The M853, for example, is 8.2 megapixels, whereas the C743 is 7.1 megapixels. What this means is that basically you're going to get better detailing, and an overall larger final image possibility from the M853. Now, the M853 also has a larger aperture range, better shutter speed, and ISO or ASA settings, and the capability to shoot macro, whereas the C743 isn't as capable of those things. They both, however, do basic things. They have the basic functions of zoom, adjusting the shutter speed. They have the same image format size. They both have self-timers, so you can set the camera up to photograph yourself with your family or whatever. They both have white balance, so you can white balance it depending on what the light is like, and they both shoot video. So, the difference between the two might not be as big a deal because they do all of those same basic things, but it's still to be noted. Also, it should be noted that with all of the additional functions that the M853 has it's also about fifty dollars less than the C743. The C743 comes in around two hundred dollars, whereas the M853 comes in around one fifty, possibly lower. Basically, what you're going to want to do when comparing any digital camera purchase is you're going to want to log onto a bunch of different websites, a bunch of different stores, and go through and compare them and figure out which one is going to work best for you, and also which one you like the look of best, because this is something you're going to be carrying around for at least a couple of years. And while it's not a huge purchase it's big enough that you want to be really happy with what you end up getting. So, that's just a little quick comparison between those two cameras.


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