'Kodak Z710 intuitive enough for beginners and sophisticated enough for digital photography enthusiasts, the Kodak Z710 camera provides point-and-shoot simplicity with advanced features to easily get professional-looking results.'
'The most annoying thing about the Z710's design is that the flash pops up every time you turn the camera on.'
'there's no image stabilisation on offer here - a painful lack on such a light camera.'
'Intuitive enough for beginners and sophisticated enough for digital photography enthusiasts'
'At ISO 400, the noise was rampant, making all but 4x6 prints unusable.'
'competitive with some of the higher-end compact cameras.'
'Once you get over ISO 100, the images were pretty noisy.'
'Not only has the company that once dominated amateur photography had to watch consumer electronics manufacturers muscle in on its turf, it's now losing yet more ground as photographers migrate to digital SLRs.'
'The Z612's slow refresh rate probably won't be a deal breaker'
'Kodak's EasyShare Z612 has a ton of useful features, including the normal complement of scene modes plus auto and program modes for people who want simple snapshots, as well as a full array of controls for more advanced shooters'