Kodak EasyShare C533 and C643 Video
The Kodak EasyShare Z5010 is an easy-to-use 21x zoom camera that offers good snapshot quality and an excellent value.
The Wi-Fi-enabled Kodak EasyShare EX-811 Digital Picture Frame offers a strong feature set, good image quality, and online integration with the company's free EasyShare Gallery online photo-sharing service, making this frame a top choice in the digital ph
Kodak's Wi-Fi-capable EasyShare One is a below-average camera with superior photo-sharing skills.
This slick little camera (and its even slicker dock) makes short work of the entire picture-taking process but doesn't soar above the crowd in image quality.
As long as you're a patient snapshooter, the Kodak EasyShare Z950 is a respectable compact megazoom camera.
This is a decent starter camera for anyone who doesn't want to sacrifice snapshot quality for simplicity.
The Kodak EasyShare P880 is an 8-megapixel, point-and-shoot camera. Compared to other point-and-shoot digital cameras on the market, it is expensive at around $545. Includes Kodak EasyShare software.
Run away! The EasyShare One/6MP's Wi-Fi photo sharing doesn't compensate for its myriad usability and quality issues.
Give the Kodak EasyShare V1003 camera a pass, unless you care more about the color of your 10-megapixel camera than the photos it captures.
At CES 2007, we take a look at the Kodak EasyShare Digital Picture Frames. The 8-inch and 10-inch frames come with Wi-Fi and six swappable faceplates, and they require no monthly subscription fees.
Kodak EasyShare C643 Review
The good: Adequately fast performance; has a relatively large LCD and an optical viewfinder; runs on AA batteries.
The bad: Noisy, fringing-filled images; feels cheaply made.
The bottom line: The budget Kodak EasyShare C643 camera proves that you get what you pay for.
Kodak EasyShare C643 Specs
Part number: 8577355
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