Kodak EasyShare Z700 User Reviews

Announced Jan 6, 2005 •
4 megapixels | 1.6 screen | 35 – 175 mm (5×)

Kodak's EasyShare Z700 is a compact camera offering a 5x all-glass Kodak Retinar zoom lens, plenty of scene modes and easy to use features. The design resembles a DSLR-with the shutter button on the front of the grip, the mode dial behind it and the flash above the lens. The back features a 1.6" LCD, 4 way control dial, share, menu, review and delete buttons as well ass a zoom control. It takes very good pictures and with 16 scene modes (13 in SCN mode, 3 more on the mode dial), you can take ...

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georgia
 

Kodak is my first digital camera. I have had it since october 2005. But today this camera doesn't satisfy me no more because of the things listed below. But this is a quite good camera for a family, who wants to perpetuate theyr doings, because z700 is easy to use and doesn't weight much to carry it around everywhere! Problems: Here are some problems that bothered me: 1) Depth of field can be quite a nasty thing.. it chooses itself what stays blurry and what stays in focus, and 70 percent of ...

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fermat
 

It's a good camera in $150~$200. It has a pretty wide range of optical zoom, and is easy to use. Problems: The function of auto-flash sometimes won't make good judgment to work. For example, when the scene is bright enough, it will make a flash shot with shutter = 1/250 s. However, the object is above 5 m, so it's not a effective flash, and the picture is a little dark.

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jonigo
 

For the price a good camera. With enough manual controls to cover most picture situations.

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Excellent compact digital camera. Would recommend without hesitation if your looking for an easy to use point and fire camera. Simple and comfortable to use with a logical layout of controls Picture quality is excellent in a variety of lighting conditions Problems: Does not auto rotate shots taken in portrait mode. No shutter speed sound, I like to know something has happened!!!

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