Kodak EasyShare Z712 IS Digital Camera Review

The Kodak Z712 IS Digital Camera combines an impressive 12X optical zoom lens with optical image stabilization and 7.1 megapixels, plus face detection and manual controls – all useful features. It also has an electronic viewfinder – i would ask Kodak manufacturers why not optic? The body tends to look like a slr but the hand grip is not of rubber and it is smaller and lighter. Almost all the controls are on the right-hand side of the camera. As for the image quality, Kodak cameras, and this one is no exception, tend to have noticeable fringing and artifacts, plus some visible noise and softness; colors are slightly oversaturated. A good thing, however, is that shoot to shoot time is fast even with flash on. I can conclude that this camera has all the features anyone could wish for, and, you have 2 choices: either you want a cheap camera … Read more…

Kodak EasyShare Z612 Digital Camera Review

This digital camera targets more advanced photographers, like the ones between compacts and SLRs. Therefore, starting from its robust silver design, it wont fit your pocket, it has a large comfortable viewfinder, pop-up flash, offers histogram display on the LCD, and it is equipped with SLR-like buttons. The shutter speed goes up to 16 sec, the optical zoom goes to an impressive 12x, manual modes (aperture priority, shutter priority, manual) are available, exposure, metering are also adjustable, but no manual white balance. According to Kodak, every time you click the shutter, the Kodak Color Science Chip performs an instantaneous and advanced analysis of collected scene data to identify and adjust multiple factors that influence picture quality. To help you take better pictures, this camera comes with image stabilization. Some special features include Favourites feature, Share button, One Touch to Better Pictures feature. However, the image quality is better for Canon … Read more…

Kodak EasyShare V803 Digital Camera Review

This high resolution point-and-shot camera comes in 8 different colors of its fancy slim design, made of metal and plastic, with few buttons. No manual controls, no viewfinder: definitely a family camera. From all the scene modes, Im glad it has a panorama assist, but then again: it wont keep the original photos. Battery consumption is about the average (200 shots). Shutter lag is as slow as 3 sec, and in low light it hardly focuses right. One thing I like is the blur warning and image stabilization. As for the image quality, its kind of noisy, with not very accurate white balance, purple fringing is well controlled, colors are highly saturated. If you are interested in making short movies with this camera, I can fortunately say that you can use the zoom while filming. Kodak’s PerfectTouch technology will adjust your image, making it ready for high quality printing, while … Read more…

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