But something you don’t often see is that you can use the zoom function while recording. The Z IS shows some barrel distortion at the wide end, though nothing seemed noticeable in any pictures I took except for those of a brick wall. It has been a while since I felt that the white balance on a camera really did a good job on the automatic setting, but the Z pulls out a great performance here. Menus were easy enough to use. General auto focus performance was good.

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On the control side, I appreciate how easy 1z012is is to set flash options thanks to a dedicated flash button. The camera is a good in-between for those that like point-and-shoots but would like DSLR-like options. Most cameras lock the zoom lens, so you are stuck at whatever magnification you started off at!

On this score, this camera is generally a success. However, I quickly found that the zoom was quite snappy and responsive. The 12X zoom is fast, kidak catching that special picture that much easier.

Te only drawback [and it is not a slight one] is that it is a battery hog.

Kodak EasyShare Z1012 IS

All in all, this AF lag is quite acceptable for an ultrazoom, giving the camera a reasonably quick feel. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This digital camera is sleek in design, easy to carry, and offers the performance equal to fasyshare equipment three times its size.


If you are looking for an ultrazoom camera that takes nice pictures the Kodak is there — but users considering this camera should also be aware of some of its oddities and performance issues. On the performance side, I greatly disliked how quick the camera was to use the flash on the auto setting — providing no benefit in some cases, and potentially ruining exposures in others.

I love the panoramic feature. The position of the zoom is awkward for me. Kodak definitely styled this camera to fit the standard ultrazoom look.

Overall I worry that the lens on this camera will be damaged due the lens cap falling off too easily and too often. It eats batteries up. I like to protect my investment with a uv lens. If it is anything like my previous Kodak camera and battery pack combination, I expect to be able to get several hundred photos per charge. Agresive sharpening can get in the way z1012ie bit, but the level jodak detail is some of the best I have seen in a point-and-shoot camera of late.

More often, having to repeatedly incite the Z to focus just meant that it took longer to get the shot.

Kodak EasyShare Z IS digital camera — User guide

You may also like. I found that the camera focused acceptably quickly — fast enough to satisfy most photographers. I am quite impressed, actually, by just how solid it is. My opinion rollercoastered with this camera, bummed out, then not so. See all 4 pre-owned listings.


Kodak Z IS Review and Specs

The screen on the Z is about average for modern digital cameras. Have not had the chance to see how these batteries do, but it has to be cheaper than disposable batteries. Images from the lower ISOs look very sharp, have great color, and little noise.

I love the BIG zoom line of Kodak bridge cameras! ISO and would make due, but when compared to many cameras in this class the Z really falls apart here, with noise reduction and extreme easyshaee shifting stripping every bit of the fine detail and a large portion of the dynamic range by ISO The interface was also oddly slow in my experience.

I like the amount of saturation found in the pictures. I liked the long zoom range and SLR-like feel, which made the camera more comfortable to use compared with many of the smaller cameras I have been using lately. The Z IS is a snappy camera. And I have to admit it took great pictures. Switching to rechargeable AA’s resulted in a slight improvement maybe two dozen photos before needing to change the batteriesbut that still means carrying quite a bit of extra equipment around.