There are practical and senior editor with CNET and this pleased with will probably be the last Kodak camera review.
The easy -- Z 5010.
And now with Kodak exceeding the camera business -- selling through what remains including Lindsey 5010 which is -- sub 200 dollar magnesium.
With a 21 excellence that it starts at an ultra wide angle 25 millimeters.
Shooting options are pretty much standard point and shoot fare including codecs reliable Smart capture -- -- mode.
But you do get out manual mode too for control over shutter speed and aperture and it captures 720 Ph.D. movies.
The camera's menus are easy to navigate and controls are well placed -- it's comfortable to use to.
Partly because of this large script that houses four double A batteries and an SD card slot.
Photo quality is good all things considered they are fairly -- with noise even at its lowest eyes so.
And I wouldn't expect to make large prints or use its photo a 100%.
But they're fine for prints up to about eight by ten or web use and that's typical for this class of camera.
Its shooting performance is also typical for this class a camera with threatening to slow.
But all in all if you want me -- long zoom lens instantly batteries for low price I'd pick it up before they're gone.
I'm Josh Goldman and that's the Kodak easy share and easy to.
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