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Saturday, June 26, 2010
?High Definition (HD) video is all the rage right now. I don?t think you can find a new digital camera these days does not record video in HD. With video being easier to capture and all of the video sharing sites out there pocket video cameras are really popular right now. They are small devices to make it really easy to record video and most record in HD. Today we will be looking at one such device, the Zi8 from Kodak. It features 1080p 16:9 video capture, an SD/SDHC card slot, and an external microphone jack to record stereo sound. Geeks.com was nice enough to send the Kodak Zi8 Pocket HD Video Camera over, they are a great place to find cheap camcorders."
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Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Digital cameras have become the norm for almost all home consumers. While most of us do not have $2500 to drop on a Cannon EOS 5D DSLR, we can afford something better than the cameras built into our phones. Geeks offers cheap digital cameras so, today we are reviewing the Kodak M341
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Friday, April 16, 2010
"Shopping for a digital camera today can be mind-boggling. There are dozens to choose from. At first glance, Kodak's Z950, an ultra-zoom pocket camera, looks like a middle-of-the-road choice. However, with a 10x optical zoom, a Schneider-Krueznach lens, High Def video, manual exposure controls, and an Intelligent "Smart Capture" Auto mode there may be more to this camera than meets the eye. We set out to investigate."
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Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Like digital still cameras, digital video cameras are becoming smaller yet more capable. Many companies now offer video cameras that can record with HD quality yet also can fit in your pocket. But can these pocket cameras produce decent video, and are they all alike? Geeks.com, popular online retailer, sent us one such camera, the Kodak Zi6 1.6MP Digital Pocket Video HD Camera. Let?s find out how it stacks up against the competition in this review.
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Thursday, November 29, 2007
With Christmas rolling around people are looking for great deals. I'm sure that most people will need a cheap camera with quality to take some of those family portraits. Geeks.com has Cheap Digital Cameras for your purchasing desires. They have provided us today the Kodak EasyShare Z710 7.1MP Digital Camera. There is a whole slew of features jam packed into this camera. Let's take a closer look to check out some of these kickin' features.
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Friday, October 19, 2007
Kodak continues its move away from clunky plastic low-end cameras with this stylish but reasonably priced 8-megapixel, 3x zoom ultra-compact. However sometimes beauty is only skin deep, and it takes more than a pretty exterior to make a competitive camera.
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Wednesday, October 10, 2007
Kodak now has three 12-megapixel models in its compact camera range, and the latest one is the EasyShare Z1275. It is basically a higher resolution version of the 8-megapixel Z885 launched back in March of this year. The Z1275 features a 5x zoom lens, 2.5-inch LCD monitor and optional manual exposure. On paper at least it sounds pretty impressive.
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Friday, August 24, 2007
Although the E610 is expensive to buy on its own when compared to an inkjet printer, and has quite high running costs, for the technophobic home user who just wants good quality snapshot prints with the minimum of fuss and without having to use a computer it is an ideal choice, especially when used with a compatible Kodak camera. The bargain bundle price only adds to the appeal.
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Friday, August 17, 2007
The Kodak EasyShare C743's low price may be a temptation, but don't be fooled; it actually represents extremely poor value for money. The meagre list of features, horrible zoom control, slow performance, appalling low-light ability, limited battery life and very poor image quality will prove to be a major disappointment for anyone unlucky enough to find themselves in possession of this camera. If the C-series is going the way of the Dodo then the C743 will not be missed.
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This machine, at twice the price of the EasyShare 5300, is not as impressive as the cheaper model. While the ADF and duplexer are useful additions for office use, the scanner takes a while to warm up and the duplexer takes a while to turn the paper over and prevents the printing of headers close to the top of a page. Printing is slow, too and although the quality is quite good overall, it's only the promise of low-cost photo prints which should swing you in its favour.
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Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Today we are taking a look at a great new all-in-one printer from Kodak called the EASYSHARE 5300 All-in-One printer. The biggest feature of the Kodak EASYSHARE 5300 All-in-One Printer is the low cost ink. You can buy a black ink cartridge for only $9.99 and the five color ink cartridge sells for only $4.99. A kit containing one black and one color cartridge is available for $22.99. That is about half what the ink on my Epson RX700 printer costs to purchase.
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Friday, August 10, 2007
The EasyShare Z712 IS is Kodak's top-of-the-range super-zoom, and it has an impressive specification. Build quality and handling are superb, overall performance is well above average, low light performance is exceptional and the optical image stabilisation system is very effective. Picture quality is generally very good, but it could have been even better if the excellent Schneider-Kreuznach lens wasn't let down by a small sensor and over-enthusiastic image compression.
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Monday, July 30, 2007
The Kodak V1003 has a 10MP resolution, 3X optical zoom and nine different colors to choose from, so it will match your purse, shoes - or whatever.
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Wednesday, February 07, 2007
The Kodak camera range now consists of 21 models divided between four different series. There is the high-performance P series including the excellent P712, six models in the stylish V series, three super-zoom models in the Z series, and no less than ten models in the point-and-shoot C series. At the top of the C series is this, the C875.
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