Kodak EasyShare One Video
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Kodak EasyShare One Review
The good: Very easy and effective Wi-Fi setup and sharing; three-inch LCD great for reviewing images; 256 MB of built-in memory and smart resizing after transfer; decent bundled accessories (two batteries, leather case).
The bad: Slow, annoying user interface; too much dependence on touch screen rather than buttons; limited control over image-capture settings; below-average image quality for the price.
The bottom line: Kodak's Wi-Fi-capable EasyShare One is a below-average camera with superior photo-sharing skills.
Kodak EasyShare One Specs
Part number: 8009771
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