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.
The Kodak EasyShare M580 is a solid value for snapshooters in need of a versatile lens in a pocketable package.
The Kodak EasyShare Z981 has attractive specs and pricing, but falls too short on photo quality to recommend it.
Though it's missing a couple of key features for its price, the Kodak EasyShare M381 is a capable and uncomplicated ultracompact camera.
As long as you're a patient snapshooter, the Kodak EasyShare Z950 is a respectable compact megazoom camera.
The pocket megazoom Kodak EasyShare Z915 is a good camera for those looking to step up from a fully automatic compact camera to something with more manual controls and a longer lens.
The Kodak EasyShare Z980 has a lot to offer--including a wide-angle 24x zoom lens--but you'll have to overlook its clunky design and noisy photos.
The Kodak EasyShare M1093 IS is a perfectly capable, inexpensive ultracompact point-and-shoot camera.
The Kodak EasyShare Z1085 IS is a solid value with decent photo quality, a well-rounded feature set, and a compact, solid-feeling design.
Kodak's EasyShare M1033 is a better-than-average budget ultracompact.
While it suffers at higher ISO sensitivity settings, the Kodak EasyShare Z885 is a surprisingly flexible, affordable camera.
Kodak's EasyShare Z712 IS is a nice superzoom, especially for the price, though its image quality does falter at higher ISOs.
Despite its low price, give this clunky, uncomfortable camera a pass.
Unless you care more about the color of your 10-megapixel camera than the photos it captures, give this one a pass.
Unless you absolutely need a camera in your favorite color, give this one a pass.
With so many better choices for budget cameras available, pass on the bulky, noisy Kodak EasyShare C743.
Kodak's Z710 has some nice features and a good lens, but slow performance, no image stabilization, and a limited ISO range drag it down.
A simple refresh of the V570, the new Kodak EasyShare V705 bumps up the resolution, adds a few subtle twists, and keeps everything we liked about the company's original dual-lens camera.