The Kodak EasyShare ZD710 features a good range of manual controls in a basic superzoom setup. Screen, viewfinder and zoom controls are lame, but otherwise this simple, lightweight camera is both cute and capable
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.
Though it's far from perfect, the inexpensive Kodak EasyShare C330 is easy to use and produces relatively high-quality photos.
The EasyShare C875 is a fine choice for anyone who wants solid photos and broad control.
The Kodak EasyShare Z8612 IS has trimmed off every ounce of fat, but the 12x zoom lens overbalances the camera. It oozes understated élan and even has some clever features, but the performance isn't quite there
Kodak's Wi-Fi-capable EasyShare One is a below-average camera with superior photo-sharing skills.
The equivalent of a fixed-focal-length 23mm super-wide-angle lens coupled with a second, narrower 3X zoom gives the dual-lens ultracompact Kodak EasyShare V570 extra versatility, whether shooting indoors or creating three-shot panoramas.
The Kodak EasyShare Z712 IS has a few minor flaws but none that really outweigh the quality of the giant 12x zoom lens and efficient optical image stabilisation system. Although processing is slow and some of the controls feels unwieldy, image quality is excellent
The Kodak EasyShare P850 has an amazing array of features, but mediocre photo quality mitigates its appeal.
Kodak EasyShare V530
Despite its low price, give this clunky, uncomfortable camera a pass.
The Kodak EasyShare C340 has the two top qualities needed for beginners: it's easy to use, and it can produce relatively high-quality photos.
Kodak's EasyShare M1033 is a better-than-average budget ultracompact.