DCRP Review: Kodak EasyShare LS633
by Jeff Keller, DCRP Founder/Editor
Last Updated: Sunday, May 25, 2003

You read our review of this camera, right?

The photographs below were taken at default settings at the highest quality, with the ISO fixed at 100.

Photos 1-2 were taken on a recent house upgrade shopping trip (I bought a new house, moving in October).

Photos 3-7 were taken during the Bay to Breakers race, a crazy San Francisco tradition.

Photos 8-17 were taken at Stanford University.

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Expensive kitchen upgrades. Flash shot.

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Nice wildflowers

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This shot is a great way to look for purple fringing.

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