The Kodak EasyShare M340 is a 10-megapixel ultracompact camera with a 3x zoom lens and a 2.7-inch LCD. It's powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery pack, as are all of the models in Kodak's M series. It has an f3.1-5.7 35-105mm-equivalent lens, and its ISO sensitivities go up to 1,600.
CNET has not reviewed the C180, but we have reviewed a similarly featured camera in Kodak's M series, the M1033. We expect photo quality to be nearly the same between the models, however, there are some key differences.
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The Kodak EasyShare C180 is a 10-megapixel compact camera with a 3x zoom lens and a 2.4-inch LCD. It's powered by AA batteries, as are all of the models in its C series. It has an f2.9-5.2 32-96mm-equivalent lens and its ISO sensitivities go up to 1,250.
CNET has not reviewed the C180, but we have reviewed a similarly featured camera in Kodak's ultracompact M series, the M1033. We expect photo quality to be nearly the same between the models, however, there are some key differences.
The M1033 has a 3-inch LCD, the lens … Read more
Kodak offers a number of digital photo frames, including models that feature built-in wireless connectivity and even cutting edge OLED display technology. However, its 8-inch EasyShare M820, available for less than $100, is an attractive option for consumers hoping to balance affordability with some advanced features in a reasonably sized frame.
Some digital photo frames have real wood or metal finishes, but this is strictly a plastic affair. With its simple, slim black border, the frame looks elegant enough from afar and comes with two stick-on decorative mattes (one is red, the other silver) that allow you to customize the … Read more
The only announcement to come from Kodak at PMA 2009 was for the EasyShare Z915: a $199.95 pocketable 10-megapixel compact camera with a 10X optical zoom lens and optical image stabilization. It's also powered by two, AA batteries and features a smallish (by today's standards at least) 2.5-inch LCD.
So it's a lot like the Canon PowerShot SX110 IS, except slightly higher resolution and a smaller LCD, but $50 less expensive. Or like the $299 Samsung HZ10W minus the 24mm-equivalent wide-angle lens or the Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS3, though that one's $399 and features a … Read more