Kodak EasyShare Z700EXR Digital Camera
See, the water really is that blue! Capture memories clearly and brilliantly and share them with loved ones easily. The Kodak EasyShare... Read More
See, the water really is that blue! Capture memories clearly and brilliantly and share them with loved ones easily. The Kodak EasyShare C340 offers 5.0 megapixels for stunning prints up to 20x30" and a Kodak Retinar all-glass aspheric optical zoom lens for crisp, clear pictures. Kodak color science means you'll get no surprises with rich, vibrant and true-to-life colors. Enjoy fabulous close-ups with 3x optical zoom and 5x digital zoom. Includes camera strap and software. Imported. Minimize
Product Review Summary
6 Reviews from Epinions.com
|Ease of Use:|
Jan 27, 2006
I like it!
Pros: Price, "feel", rechargable batteries are a must, zoom is sufficient
Cons: LCD is a bit small
Buy it! It won't break the bank, cause you misery and you don't have to spend hours reading the manual. Sturdy, reliable, and well-priced. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 21, 2007
I LOVE my Z700
Pros: Easy to understand, vibrant clear pictures, great zoom, good video & sound, compact.
Cons: None Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 28, 2006
Dependable, fun to use, easy to learn.
Pros: Photo quality, size, features
Cons: lack of image stability, lack of zoom ability while in video mode
If you're looking for something easy to carry that will give you some control and deliver great pictures, go for it! Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 22, 2005
Kodak EasyShare Z700 Digital Camera - Cheap and It Shows
Pros: Low price, good optics, features, uses two AA batteries, SD cards, easy to use
Cons: Slow operation, slow memory card writing, bulky, no image stabilization, battery life, small LCD
The Kodak EasyShare Z700 is a good budget high-zoom camera. It does its job well enough, but if you intend on shooting a lot of pictures at high... Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 3, 2006
Pros: takes good pictures, use with printer dock so no computer required great for travel.
Cons: saves movies in .mov file which is completly incompatable with editing software, breaks easily Read More at Epinions.com