Archive for February, 2010

Kodak Easyshare Z915 10MP Digital Camera with 10x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom

Once you use the Kodak Easyshare Z915 you’ll be truly impressed by the clear, sharp images from a relatively inexpensive camera.  This camera follows the Kodak mantra “easy to use”, with easy to read and use buttons, and a setting dial on the top which makes switching between shooting modes simple.

This camera is great for someone who just wants to point and shoot, or someone who wants to try artistic things with their photography.  This camera works great in automatic and also provides lots of setup options when you like to go manually.

It’s comfortable to hold, fits easily in a belt pouch, or pocket and really is a very simple to use point and shoot.  Like all digital cameras it does need to have the shutter held half in for a moment to focus, else you will be frustrated with blurred shots.

The video mode allows you to zoom in and out while shooting, and like most digital cameras the sound is not always quite what you would like it to be if recording in a noisy area, or too far away from the camera.

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