Kodak EasyShare P880 Zoom Digital Camera Review

Designed with professional-quality Optical Zoom Lens featuring manual zoom and focus rings, high-resolution electronic viewfinder, and Proprietary RAW (RAW editing not supported on MACINTOSH operating systems), I can say it provides full creative flexibility. Like a dSLR, EasyShare P880 supports for external flash (in two different ways), conversion lenses and filters. With Kodak EasyShare P880 you have plenty of options: magnify with pan, fast scroll, multi-up, multi-select, slide show, album, protect, image storage, copy, highlight clipping, histograms, dates and time, image info, view all or selected, edit stills and videos (crop, resize), tag for e-mail and Favorites, red-eye reduction.
The photo quality is impressive (accurate color, low noise and purple fringing, and just the right amount of sharpening) and the movie mode excellent (you can zoom all you want during filming, with sound and no time limit).
Other features regarding the usability of this robust body, mostly made of plastic, digital camera from Kodak include: A/V output (NTSC or PAL, user-selectable), exclusive KODAK Camera Dock/Printer Dock interface, digital (USB 2.0 full speed) connector, PIMA 15740 picture transfer protocol.
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Shooting Modes: Auto, PASM (Program, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, Manual), Custom, Macro (flower, super close-up), Landscape (standard and night landscape), Portrait (standard, night portrait, anti-shake night portrait)
Scene Modes (SCN): sports, sunset, backlight, candlelight, text/document, manner/museum, snow, beach
Effects: Color Modes (high color, natural color, low color, sepia, black and white), Contrast (high, normal, low), Sharpness (high, normal, low)
Video Mode: continuous QUICKTIME compressed video with audio recording during video capture, 5.8X zoom during video with digital video auto focus, print wallet-sized photos from video, video editing including trim, cut, split, merge, fast forward, rewind, QUICKTIME video format, motion JPEG (video), PCM (audio), at 30 fps
Focus Modes: multi-zone, center-zone, 25 selectable points; single AF, continuous AF, manual focus with indicator and enlargement in LCD/EVF
Flash Modes: auto, slow sync fill flash, fill, off, red-eye reduction with flash, algorithm, or both
• White Balance: auto, daylight, tungsten, fluorescent, cloudy, open shade, sunset, custom 1-3, click white balance available as one of white balance modes, white balance compensation available in PASM and C modes
Metering: selectable zone AE (25 positions), multi-pattern AE, center-weighted AE, center-spot AE
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Technical Data:
• 2.5 inch LCD
• 8.0 Megapixels
• 5.8X optical zoom + 2x digital zoom
Focal Length: 24-140mm (35mm equivalent)
Aperture: F2.8 – F4.1
Shutter Speed: 16-1/4000 sec
Click to capture: 0.3 sec
Shot to shot: 1.2 sec
Continuous Shooting: 1.3 fps
Self Timer: 10 seconds, 2 seconds
Exposure Compensation: +/- 2.0 EV with 1/3 EV steps
ISO Range: 50-1600
Focus Range:
normal AF, wide: 2 in. (5 cm)-infinity; tele: 10 in. (25 cm)-infinity
macro AF, wide and tele: 10-19.7 in. (25-50 cm)
super close-up, wide: 2-10 in. (5-25 cm)
Flash Range: wide: 1.6-13 ft (0.5-4.0 m), tele: 1.6-10 ft (0.5-3.1 m)
File Format: JPEG, TIFF, RAW
• SD/MMC memory card + 32 MB internal memory
• Li-Ion Rechargeable
Kodak EasyShare P880
Kodak EasyShare P880

Tags: Kodak EasyShare P880, Kodak EasyShare, Kodak, dSLR, digital camera, dSLR camera, 8MP, 5.8x optical zoom, red eye reduction, raw, manual zoom, manual focus, SCN, PASM



I started photography as a hobby in 2005, during college. My passion slowly became a more important part of my life since 2008. Because of using a combination of my photographic knowledge, with those of internet marketing, I like to call myself a "photomarketer".

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