So our Kodak DX 6340 digi camera died again, its a 5yo camerea and has failed for a second time, ....... and just when I was about *to post a photo of my Corretto MKII.
The first fault *occured * 11 months ago and that *repair cost over $100.00, so we are loathe to go down that path again
Many have told me that 4 years is a good life for a digital camera, but to me, that view is un acceptable, *so I was wondering if any camera on the market is made with a non-disposable technology, and would give us a longer life than 4 years.
My mums "brownie" still works and is probably 50+ years old, obviously, I dont expect a digi-cam to perform that well, *but *I guess, *in an ideal world, *I kinda want a digital camera with that build quality, ie just like an espresso machine. *
Our need is just for happy snaps [so even 4Mpix is OK] , but Id gladly pay more if I knew the camera was was built to last.
So I throw it out to yall, any suggestions??? What are your experiences and or recommendations??