DCRP Feature: Nikon Coolpix 4300 / Kodak EasyShare LS443 Shootout
by Jeff Keller, DCRP Founder/Editor
Last Updated: Tuesday, October 22, 2002

I know that I keep saying that I'm not going to do these anymore, but it seems like a good idea, even with the negative feedback I sometimes receive after doing these shootouts. I will say that it's really hard to get the exact same shot with both cameras, even with a tripod!

These photos were taken in a variety of lighting conditions in my parent's house as well as Stanford University.

For more sample photos, check out the Coolpix 4300 and LS443 galleries. Also, don't miss my reviews of the 4300 and LS443!


Clicking on the thumbnail will show an 800 x 600 version of the photo. Do not judge the photo quality using either of these reduced-sized images. To see the original, full-size image, click on View Full Size Image below each thumbnail. To see the settings used for the picture, click on View EXIF Data.

Photos were taken in Program/Auto (CP4300/LS443) mode, fine/best quality, ISO 100, with everything else at their default setting. I used a tripod for the indoor shots. These are unedited, straight out of the camera.

If you have any questions, suggestions or comments, let me know. Please don't write asking which I think is better! I put these up so you, the reader, can make this decision!

Nikon Coolpix 4300 Kodak EasyShare LS443
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Tripod, Flash

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Tripod, Flash

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