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You can't accuse the Kodak EasyShare Max of coming up short on zoom power. That 30x optical zoom lens covers a range equivalent to 28-840mm. It's also one of the[...]
There's a lot to like about the Kodak EasyShare Z1012 IS, but do too many quirks get in the way of what the Z1012 does well?
Is Corel's new AfterShot Pro software really in the same digital photo editing league as Adobe Lightroom and Apple's Aperture?
The Kodak PlaySport is not only the newest pocket HD camcorder on the market, but it's also waterproof up to three meters. Find out how well it performs on land[...]
The Kodak EasyShare Z915 puts a 10x zoom and manual controls in a stylish, compact body. It's attractively styled, just as trendy looking as any Canon or Nikon, and attractively[...]
Last month we tried out the Kodak EasyShare Sport C123, a rugged digital camera that fell well below expectations. This time around we've gotten our hands on its camcorder counterpart,[...]
Kodak's EasyShare Sport C123 is an underwater capable, rough-and-tumble camera that aims to appeal to the clumsy and outdoorsy on a budget. The petite C123 can take a beating, but[...]
The Kodak EasyShare Z980 is the biggest gun in that manufacturer's ultrazoom compact digital class, boasting a 24x optical zoom and 12 megapixel sensor. With 720p HD video recording, it's[...]
The Kodak EasyShare Z740 Camera and EasyShare printer dock series 3 package is a powerful yet very intuitive and easy to use system. It is capable of making high[...]
Overall, the Kodak EasyShare P850 is impressive. Image quality is excellent, the 30 fps video mode could almost double as video camera, image stabilization helps in many less-than-ideal shooting situations,[...]
The Kodak EasyShare Z612 offers users a nice balance of prosumer flexibility, advanced features, and P&S (point and shoot) ease of use. How does the Z612 stack up against its[...]
Kodak's EasyShare M590 is the self-proclaimed "thinnest camera with a 5x optical zoom." That's no joke - the M590 is as sleek and slim as you'll find for well under[...]
From art to action the Kodak Easyshare Z700 can do it all, BUT... The Eastman Kodak Company introduced the world's very first consumer camera way back in 1888. [...]
The Kodak EasyShare Z950 calls to mind early point and shoots Kodak put out when ease of use and bright, colorful images were just about all you wanted from a[...]
Good things come in small packages. So does HD video capture. The Kodak Zx1 is a pocketable, weather-resistant camera that offers 720p HD video recording along with still image capture.[...]
With the introduction of the Zi8, Kodak brought full 1080p HD video capture into their low-cost pocket camcorder lineup for the first time. It also offers electronic image stabilization and[...]
Kodak's visually smart, touch-interface equipped EasyShare V1273 has the looks down. Does it have the performance and image quality to match?
The Kodak Easyshare V705 is a pretty straightforward upgrade to the V570. The most significant change between the two is that the V705 captures 7.1 megapixels of resolution vs.[...]
The Kodak Easyshare P712 is the latest addition to Kodak's "performance" line of digital cameras. The P712 shoots at 7.1 megapixels, has a 12x optical zoom lens with image stabilization,[...]
As the first wireless-enabled point and shoot camera to hit the shelves, the Kodak EasyShare One has some high expectations to live up to. With a retail price just under[...]