Kodak EasyShare P880

Announced Aug 2, 2005 •
8 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 24 – 140 mm (5.8×)
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great exposures , wish it had a little more zoom though. However it's nice have the manual zoom rather than having the camera do it.... much faster this way... it's really just one step below a DSLR!!! and you get the Kodak colors!!!!!

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The camera took good pics, but unreliable. The lense's wide angle is great for taking pics interior shots or when you want to take tourist scenes. It was easy enough to use by people who are familiar with only shot-and-shoot camera (convenient if you want to have someone else take a shot for you on vacation) Problems: The on-off switch was broken on our long trip. It would power cycle the camera every other shot at best, or stayed unpowered. It was very disappoining to have a relatively ...

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Mr Ralf
 
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Superb Lens, and the manual zoom is plain fun to use. Very good handling. However.... Problems: ...I sold it and returned to an entry DSLR. The processor and AF are so painfully slow that the cam is useless for anything that moves.

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I have bought Kodak ES-P 880 fifteen months ago mostly because of its unique wideangle lens and TIFF and RAW writing files formats. I think it is a very good camera for most users - but the freshmen in photography - even for professionals as a additional one. P 880 is very easy to use though it features plenty of manual settings buttons and knobs – just intuitive. Lens and sensor duo output are outstanding pictures – something a halfway between high end analogue SLR using good film and DSLR ...

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Piacek
 
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Great camera. I use it 1 year. Any problem. Nice quality. Many interesting and praktice features. Problems: Too low max ISO level.

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RedMtl
 
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I have now owned and used this camera for nearly a year, and to the tune of some 7500 photographs. The picture quality is excellent, especially at the lower ISO settings. The lens is of very high quality, having little distortion at either end of, and good results throughout, the zoom range. This camera will appeal most to those who do not wish to go to the expense of a digital SLR, but who do wish to have the option of precise manual control -- along with the option of several programmed ...

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jove
 
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Very happy with first digital camera. Can do almost everything my old Nikon reflex camera can do, and much more. Digital shooting is a real pleasure. I think I have a new hobby. Positive: - manual wide-angle lense is really great - image quality - I have used ISO 800 and ISO 1600 as a last option, with not too bad results - great colours - good video clips, although only VGA is good enough, therefore quickly big files - SD cards - battery life - price/value: I paid 261 euro on Internet. Negative:

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For $299 refurbished, this is about as nice a camera as you will find with a good travel lens (24-140mm). There are few cameras with this lens range and quality, and the feature set is perfect. My only five complaints are listed below in "problems encountered". This chip has very realistic colors and contrast, which is better down the road because you can adjust color and contrast as you like on the computer. Some other things I like about the camera: 1. Having setting buttons avoids too much ...

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squodge
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The camera is a little small for my hands, and it's the shape that causes the problems. If it were built as a compact P/S, my hands wouldn't feel so cramped. It's also very plasticky, although this doesn't make using the camera difficult. The feature set is excellent for a camera at this price point. It has the widest angle of all prosumer cameras, and this 24mm wide angle does not even produce vignetting on a normal day outside - so top marks to Kodak for managing that. I have no problem ...

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Colvin
 
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Just got the P880 for Christmas. Wife got it through Costco for $249. WOW! What a deal. So far I love almost everything about this camera, still have lots to learn.. Ease of use is great just haven't found out how to use everything yet. I came from a SLR film background and haven't used digital much. With that said the P880 isn't very hard to get used to. Love the wide lens. love the feel Try one and you'll like it. Problems: No problems at all.

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