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The best Kodak easy-to-use cameras are the basic compact cameras for point and shoot usages. These basic digital cameras from Kodak under the EasyShare product line can be of perfect choice for the beginners, kids and ameteur photography enthusiasts. Check out our listing of top rated by the gadget reviewers and affordable under $150 price range.

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Kodak Pixpro S-1
Kodak EasyShare Z950
Kodak EasyShare C182
Kodak EasyShare M1093 IS
Kodak EasyShare TOUCH M5370
Kodak Pixpro S-1
Kodak EasyShare Z950 Black Digital Camera
Kodak EasyShare C182 Blue Digital Camera
Kodak EasyShare M1093 IS Digital Camera
Kodak EasyShare TOUCH M5370 Digital Camera
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Release Date
Sep 2014
Aug 2009
Sep 2009
Sep 2008
Sep 2011
LCD Screen Size
3.0 in.
3.0 in.
3.0 in.
3.0 in.
3.0 in.
Weight
0.64 lb.
0.49 lb.
0.28 lb.
0.25 lb.
0.3 lb.
Camera Type
Rangefinder-style mirrorless
Standard Point and Shoot
Standard Point and Shoot
Compact, Standard Point and Shoot
Light Field Camera, Compact
Resolution
16.0 Megapixel
12.0 Megapixel
12.7 Megapixel
10.0 Megapixel
16.4 Megapixel
Image Sensor Type
CMOS
CCD
CCD
CCD
CCD
Image Sensor Size
21.64 mm
7.7 mm

  • The Kodak Pixpro S-1 mirrorless camera offers an attractive feature set, but it's on the slow side and the bundled lenses leave a lot to be desired. Better options abound.


  • Despite the slightly tentative release of this model in the West, with the 16 megapixel Pixpro S-1 we get the sense that Kodak - or rather its current license holder JK Imaging - is certainly heading in the right direction and revealing a desire to ‘get back in the game’.
    With the point and shoot camera market having been heavily depleted by the rise of smartphone and iPad photographers, it would make a lot of sense for it to concentrate future efforts on building on what it has here.


  • With cheapie cameras having bitten the dust due to the smartphone/tablet onslaught, it makes perfect commercial sense on the face of it to see a compact system camera under the Kodak branding.
    The 16 megapixel Kodak Pixpro S-1 looks the part, largely acts the part, and is being offered to market at a very fair price.
    Yes it's yet another compact system camera in an already crowded market, and distribution at the time of writing remains limited to sales from its own website.


  • As long as you're a patient snapshooter, the Kodak EasyShare Z950 is a respectable compact megazoom camera.

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    - The Z950 is equipped with optical image stabilization, which compensates for minor hand movements.
    - After a day of shooting over 150 pictures and several videos I still had plenty of battery power left.
    - I was able to use optical zoom while taking videos, which many cameras do not permit, though using the zoom made the camera lose focus for awhile.
    - Video and audio quality seemed good.


  • - The Z950's bricky, all-black design won't win any awards, but you could consider it a bit retro ; it reminded me of my first 35mm camera from childhood.
    - Unfortunately, the footage I captured was too jumpy and shaky.
    - The only major disappointment was its mediocre video quality.
    - The photos had pleasing color and captured plenty of detail.


  • - The casual photographer needs a camera that is easy to carry and easy to use, so compact and ultracompact cameras make the best choice.

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    - My food photographs were crisp and bright.

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    - Image will remain good if you print a maximum of 30×40 inches.


  • The Kodak EasyShare M1093 IS is a perfectly capable, inexpensive ultracompact point-and-shoot camera.


  • Kodak's EasyShare M1093 IS delivers much more than you'd expect from a $160 pocket camera, including a large LCD and HD video recording. An incredible value, it's our latest Editors' Choice budget point and shooter.

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    The Kodak EasyShare M1093 is a nice compact entry-level digicam. While there were a few things that discouraged me, this camera does has the ability to capture pleasing images both indoors and out, and features one of the 'smartest' capture modes out there. With an MSRP of $199, I feel this model offers a good value for someone in the market for an inexpensive camera that can fit into their pocket/purse, whether for an adult or a teenager.


  • The Kodak Easyshare Touch M5370 is able to capture good images in decent light, but its touch-screen interface is poorly conceived and implemented, which makes using the camera a bit of a chore in any mode other than Auto.


  • With picture quality as good as it is (despite the noise at low ISO speeds), we think the M5370 is a great little camera from Kodak and they need to make sure that all their future cameras have this image quality as a benchmark. Kodak have received criticism in the past for sub-standard cameras, but hopefully the M5370 is the start of a new breed that sees the company rising from the proverbial ashes.


  • The M5370 shows a steady improvement on the M577 that we have previously tested. It is ready to take images a little quicker after switching on but there is still the occasional crashing when using continuous shooting. Although image detail isn't great for a 16 megapixel camera, noise performance is excellent throughout the ISO range and so is auto white-balance. The camera looks great, it's well designed and it offers a unique level of creativity with the film effects and colour modes offered.


Top 5 kodak easy to use camera:

  1. Kodak Pixpro S-1
  2. Kodak EasyShare Z950 Black Digital Camera
  3. Kodak EasyShare C182 Blue Digital Camera
  4. Kodak EasyShare M1093 IS Digital Camera
  5. Kodak EasyShare TOUCH M5370 Digital Camera