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.
A camera with some appeal for budding photo enthusiasts on a budget.
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.
As long as you're a patient snapshooter, the Kodak EasyShare Z950 is a respectable compact megazoom camera.
If you don't mind just average photos, the Kodak EasyShare Z7590 will appeal to snapshooters looking for more control.
Intuitive, well-placed controls and fast operation are the most remarkable aspects of this budget-priced 4-megapixel compact camera.
The Kodak EasyShare Z981 might be something of a plastic brick that delivers over-saturated images, but £240 for a camera with a 26x zoom is a bargain. Its price is the Z981's saving grace.
The Kodak EasyShare P850 has an amazing array of features, but mediocre photo quality mitigates its appeal.
In a world of sub-£300 dSLRs, is there still a need for superzooms? Just about. As well as saving you £100, this 10-megapixel Kodak boasts a powerful, stabilised lens, decent HD-style -- if not true HD quality -- movies and a relatively slim waistline. Don't expect dSLR-level image quality, though
While it suffers at higher ISO sensitivity settings, the Kodak EasyShare Z885 is a surprisingly flexible, affordable camera.
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.
Kodak may have set out to make 12 megapixels affordable, but the EasyShare Z1275 is just cheap. A decent lens and HD video capability is hamstrung by a lack of features, slow performance and shocking battery life
The superzoom Kodak EasyShare Z612 has style and plenty of features, but its image quality leaves a bit to be desired.
The Kodak EasyShare P880 is a user-friendly camera with a wide-angle lens and pedestrian photo quality that will either please or frustrate users, depending upon their needs.