Photos taken on the C533 are attractive enough but far from the best in class: they suffer from significant purple fringing along contrasting edges, overly cool or warm images, and noticeable noise at ISO 200 and above.
Though a decent budget camera with acceptable performance and usable photos, the Kodak EasyShare C533 feels cheaply made, and its tiny LCD screen and crippled movie mode put the camera at a disadvantage. You can do better for the same money with the Canon PowerShot A530.
(Shorter bars indicate faster performance)
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(Longer bars indicate better performance)