The Kodak EasyShare Z5010 is an easy-to-use 21x zoom camera that offers good snapshot quality and an excellent value.
Check out an examination of picture quality from Kodak's budget-friendly 21x zoom, the EasyShare Z5010.
If you want a camera that uses AA batteries and has a long zoom lens for a low price, pick up a Kodak EasyShare Z5010 before they're gone for good.
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The sub-$150 ultracompact features a 5x wide-angle lens, 3-inch touch screen, and a whole lot of point, shoot, and share.
The Kodak EasyShare Max Z990 is a full-size megazoom featuring a 30x f2.8-5.6 28-676mm lens and a 12-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS sensor.
The EasyShare Sport C123 is cheap, but even at this price we were disappointed by the results, which often fell short of what we have shot in the past with a smartphone. This isn't a model we can recommend unless you're buying it as a kid's first camera.
Typical price: £60.00
A mixed report for the £220 Kodak EasyShare Max Z990. On the one hand you're getting a long 30x zoom for very little money, but some tones -- particularly blues -- weren't rendered as well as we would have hoped in some conditions, in particular when there was fairly even quantities of shadow and highlight in the frame.
Typical price: £220.00
A refresh of 2010's Z981, the Max features a 30x wide-angle zoom and a BSI CMOS sensor.
No meaningless numbers for Kodak's latest cameras, as the the EasyShare Max, Touch, Sport and Mini bring proper names to CES 2011.
A well-appointed touch-screen ultracompact at a very low price.