Kodak EasyShare Z950

Announced Jul 29, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | 35 – 350 mm (10×)
craig hunting
 
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3 stars assuming dslrs as starting at 4, I have had my z for a few years now and am very happy with it for the money I spent. I have used it for snap shots and more involved artistic attempts, like floral close ups and things like that. This is my second kodak point and shoot and the second time I have been happy with the purchase and the photo results, easy to use good color and good sharpnes for the money, I do blow up shots from this camera to 8X10 for wall hanging. Problems: screen is to ...

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this is the wrost kodak i ever owned ! also its expensive. dont recommend to nobody Problems: pictures are crap.

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Lovely colours, quick results, nice design. I have it with me all the time, more than Canon SX110 or Pany TZ5. Battery surprizingly good also.

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The camera is very solid, easy to use and flexible. Easy to find, easy to manipulate controls. Picture quality is very good--well-balanced Kodak color, not oversaturated at default, as some of the recent Kodaks are. The 10x zoom is quite handy. Although it is still difficult to see in bright sunlight, the LCD is better than most in bright light; it even gains up when you press the shutter button. Very good battery life. The picture quality is one of the best Kodaks in recent memory. ...

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I have a nice Sony with 15x optical zoom, but it is large enough that I rarely pick it up for quick pictures. This camera is pocket size and works well with both quick pictures as well as more controlled ones. The viewing screen is visible under most lighting conditions, it is large and clear. The auto focus is much better than on the Sony. Problems: It is far too slow between pictures, something like 3 seconds per shot without flash. The "mountain" setting for distance shots takes the ...

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