Kodak 2011 Camera Articles

Popular Kodak Articles for 2011

Kodak EasyShare Max Z990 Review

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[...]

Kodak PlaySport Zx5 Review

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 EasyShare Sport C123 Review

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[...]

Kodak PlaySport Burton Edition Zx5 Review: Ready for the Slopes

Kodak must be really high on its PlaySport line, as the company has given the second-generation Zx5 a fresh coat of paint and dubbed it the Burton Edition. Is this[...]

Kodak PlayFull Waterproof Review: Underwater Shooting on the Cheap

Pocket camcorders are hardly ever known for their excellent video quality, and the Kodak PlayFull Waterproof is no exception. But it still has other things going for it and at[...]

Kodak PlayTouch Review

The Kodak PlayTouch pocket HD camcorder is a slim touch-based successor to the well-received Zi8. Sony showed us how touch should be done in a pocket camcorder with the Bloggie[...]

Kodak PlayFull Review

Sure, the Kodak PlayFull is tiny. But with a rather standard set of features including 1080p HD video and a dedicated Share button, is there anything else about the PlayFull[...]

Kodak EasyShare Max Z990 First Look

The Kodak EasyShare Max is a budget-friendlier alternative to the established ultrazoom heavyweights from competing manufacturers. We're taking a first look at the Max and its 30x Schneider Kreuznach lens[...]

Kodak PlaySport Zx5 Gets Winter Makeover

It may be the dog days of summer, but Kodak has its eyes on winter, and they're giving its popular PlaySport Zx5 a seasonal makeover.