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Read unbiased reviews of Kodak digital cameras from hundreds of users, plus ratings, advice and prices to help you pick the right digital camera for you.

Kodak Easyshare digital cameras are among the easiest to operate of any out there, with simple interfaces and streamlined integration with their printers, docking stations, and online photo galleries. Unfortunately, most low-cost Kodak models released in the past few years suffer from mediocre image quality, slow performance, and unreliability, though the once-mighty company appears to be righting the course. Their fun-zoom and extended-zoom digital cameras offer great band for the buck.

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Kodak EasyShare Z5120
Kodak EasyShare Z5120

Ranked 19th of 36 in Extended Zoom Digital Cameras

A bit of a unique camera, the Z5120 has an impressive 26x zoom, fast f2.... more »

16 megapixel CCD sensor; 26x optical zoom with 26mm wide-angle; 720p Full HD video recording with stereo sound; Optical image stabilization; Manual modes; 3-inch LCD; 4 AA batteries

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Kodak Easyshare Touch M5370
Kodak Easyshare Touch M5370

Ranked 51st of 53 in Point and Shoot Digital Cameras

Kodak's M5370, with a 16 megapixel sensor and 3-inch touchscreen, certai... more »

16 megapixel CCD sensor; 5x optical zoom with 26mm wide-angle; 720p HD video with mono sound; 3-inch LCD touchscreen; Captures to Micro SD; Lithium-ion battery

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Kodak EasyShare Max Z990
Kodak EasyShare Max Z990

Ranked 35th of 36 in Extended Zoom Digital Cameras

The Max Z990 is Kodak's update to the Z981, a decent take on a cheap sup... more »

12 Megapixels; CMOS sensor; 30x optical zoom; 28mm wide-angle lens; 3-inch LCD; Face recognition; ISO up to 12800; Panoramas; Captures to SD/SDHC/128MB of internal memory; Rechargeable AA batteries

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Starting at $255.94
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Kodak EasyShare Sport C123
Kodak EasyShare Sport C123

Ranked 16th of 27 in All-Weather Digital Cameras

The Kodak EasyShare Sport is a bare-bones ultra-compact camera that happ... more »

12 Megapixels; Fixed-focus lens; Digital zoom; 2.4-inch LCD; VGA video; Dustproof; Waterproof; Smart Capture mode; SD/SDHC media cards; AA batteries

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Starting at $463.21
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Kodak EasyShare Mini M200
Kodak EasyShare Mini M200

Ranked 22nd of 28 in Ultra Compact Digital Cameras

The Kodak Mini is a straightforward ultracompact camera, with average sp... more »

10 Megapixels; 3x optical zoom; 28mm wide-angle lens; 2.5-inch LCD; Self-portrait mirror; VGA video; Face recognition; Captures to SD/SDHC/32MB internal memory; Rechargeable lithium-ion battery

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Kodak arrived late to the digital camera party despite developing one of the first models in 1975, but by 2005 the number one spot in US digital camera sales was attained by Kodak. A lot of potential customers, especially women, liked digital photo taking but didn't enjoy the process of moving them to a computer, according to comprehensive customer research Kodak conducted. This led Kodak to develop a collection of cameras that were simple to operate at prices that were inexpensive and to create a printer dock capable of printing photos from a Kodak digital camera immediately. While Kodak recently announced it would no longer be manufacturing digital cameras and would focus on printers instead, the models more recently released are still sold at major retailers and have key attributes for inexpensive prices.

According to many Kodak digital camera reviews, the three models below are usually thought of as the best currently available:

1) Kodak EasyShare M583 Digital Camera- the EasyShare M583 is one of the smaller quality digital cameras available, measuring 2.2" high by 3.8" wide and 1" deep, making it easy to carry in a purse or a pocket. Even though the size is small, the M583 has a significantly sized 3" LCD screen and a digital zoom of up to 5x and 8x optical zoom. With a resolution of 14.2 megapixels, it's more than adequate for taking high-quality pictures and printing 8x10's, and consumers are quick to point out its excellent battery life and very cheap price tag. It is easily one of the greatest values that can be found for digital cameras since it costs less than $100.

2) Kodak EasyShare Z5120 Digital Camera - The Z5120 costs a bit more than the M583 but boasts a 26x optical zoom with a fast f2.8 lens at wide angle. It's also the cheapest camera on the market with features that include RAW, manual modes, and image stabilization, making it a great choice for consumers that want cutting edge attributes at a value price. It takes AA batteries as opposed to a lithium-ion, meaning that you'll have power just about anywhere but the camera is a bit more heavy than others.

3) Kodak EasyShare C123 - If you're in the market for a waterproof camera that's really easy to use, the C123 is a great value and is waterproof up to 10 feet. While it lacks the picture quality of many other cameras and has no optical zoom, if waterproof is all you need and don't want to spend very much money, this is the way to go.

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