'A good, basic shooter with no major failings'
'Subpar touch screen'
'Small, stylish, feature-rich'
'Excellent noise performance throughout the ISO range'
'Inexpensive megazoom camera'
'Good hand grip and buttons'
'Cannot focus during video recording'
'Operates silently, even the zoom is extremely quiet'
'Always starts in auto mode.'
'Large 3-inch LCD.'
'No manual controls.'
'built-in optical image stabilisation'
'Good value for money'
'Cons Patchy touchscreen interface.'
'Coupled with a sleek design and a strong feature set with features like sharing and publishing tools, the Kodak Slice is a definite digital camera contender. '
'Kodak's SLICE includes the company's face detection technology, capable of detecting up to five faces in a scene.'
'Results are average rather than outstanding: at maximum zoom detail is soft, wide-angle results lack detail, though the 10cm macro mode produces sharp results and colours are bold.'
'Details aren't lost in the shadows on sunny days, for example, which is pretty rare with budget-priced cameras. '
'small, thin, attractive, 14 megapixel point-and-shoot camera'
'The new KODAK EASYSHARE M590 Digital Camera is the world’s thinnest* 5X optical zoom digital camera. '
'Capture decent pictures'
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