its image quality is outstanding.
The good news with the Kodak EasyShare M580 is that its image quality is outstanding. With its 14 megapixels of resolution, the M580 shoots sharp and bright photos that you can print at large sizes. Now the bad news. My Kodak EasyShare M580 review reveals that this camera's response times -- especially its shot to shot delays and shutter lag -- may cause some problems with shooting fast-moving subjects. The M580 does offer a burst mode to help with these problems, which is nice.
Image quality is pretty good in all lighting conditions.
If you are someone who appreciates the stylish, ultra compact models of digital cameras that seem to be available everywhere these days, you probably won't give Kodak's Z950 camera a second look. It's a blocky looking model (1.4 inches in thickness) and weighs nearly double (8.2 ounces) what some point and shoot cameras weigh.
However, if you ignore this camera because of looks, it would be unfortunate.
LCD can be a little tough to see in sunlight.
If you're someone who still thinks of Kodak in terms of film and photo prints, my Kodak EasyShare M381 review says that you should change your thought process. The M381 digital camera from Kodak is a very nice entry-level camera, providing a very easy-to-use menu structure and overall configuration. Kodak even included an "undo delete" function as part of the menu structure, something more beginner cameras should have.
reasonably good digital photos
Because itâ??s so fully automated, easy to use, and affordable, the EasyShare M381 is a decent point-and-shoot choice for anyone who doesnâ??t want to have to deal with camera settings. It has a few usability quirks and it lacks excitement, but it takes a decent still photo with little work on the shooterâ??s part.
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