Lens Zoom A typical 3x optical zoom range, with good performance. The V is compatible with Kodak’s EasyShare camera and printer docks, which offer hassle-free image downloading and printing. Camera performance is very good for the most part, with two exceptions. In Playback mode, pressing this button returns the camera to the selected Record mode. There’s no “fine” or “normal” quality here — just these options:. The only thing to see on this side of the V is the DC-in port which is where you’ll plug in the included AC adapter.

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We ran the Kodak EasyShare V through our usual battery of tests, and have summarized our findings here.

You can choose from a selection of date formats as well. It’s just as slow as USB 1. Inside, the battery pack and SD card slots line up side-by-side, and a small ejection lever locks the battery in place or releases it. The V easysshare a 2. Kodak V Timing Good to average speed for a consumer camera.

The distortion test shows very mild barrel distortion at the wide end of the kodka, and no signs of vignetting dark corners easysuare blurring. A high speed memory card is not a requirement to use this movie mode. You don’t need a graduate degree in math to see that the V’s battery life is worse than any other camera in its class.


Generally good hue accuracy. Better than average exposure accuracy. That’s a moderate wide angle to a good telephoto, a fairly typical range among point-and-shoot digital cameras. Featuring a brushed-metal front panel and minimalist design aesthetic, the Kodak EasyShare V will likely turn a few heads.

Kodak EasyShare V zoom digital camera — User’s guide

You can see a histogram on this screen, while another shows the image size, file name, and the date it was taken. Though the camera doesn’t offer any manual exposure control, you can access a Long Exposure mode through the Record menu, for exposures as long as eight seconds. Copies files from the internal memory to the SD card, or the reverse. Both versions are quite similar, easyzhare since 4.

Kodak EasyShare V550

See full Picky Details page. Kodak says women buy more than half of all electronics eaasyshare sold in the United States. Navigating the menus was a bit of a pain thanks to the clunky four-way controller the I mentioned earlier. If you shoot in more unusual lighting then you may want to find a camera with custom white balance.

Larger hands and fingers may find the tiny control buttons a bit tedious, but I still love the appearance and feel of the camera and its controls. Macro A small macro area with good detail and high resolution. The V is compatible with Kodak’s EasyShare camera and printer docks, which offer hassle-free image downloading and printing. The Night Landscape mode forces the ISO setting to 80 for minimum image noise, but permits shutter times as long as 8 seconds.


Kodak EasyShare V Specs – CNET

The mode buttons on top of the camera control the exposure mode, with options of Auto, Portrait, Scene, and Movie, while koadk Review button on the rear panel enables image and movie playback. As always, I recommend a trip down to your local reseller to try out the V and it’s competitors before you buy! They are for Auto, portrait, scene, and movie modes. Once in Playback mode, pressing the button again, or the Shutter button, returns to the Record display.

Of course it offers Multi-pattern that will obtain an excellent result in most cases.

The only way to do long exposures like this is to use the aforementioned Long Time Exposure feature. The main screen lets you import and organize your photos. Formats the SD memory card or internal memory.

Flash coverage was rather uneven at wide angle but very good at telephoto. Sunlit and low light tests High resolution with good overall detail, though high contrast and limited shadow detail.