Kodak EasyShare M750: A Compact Camera
Kodak has lost its grounds in the camera market where it had ruled once for several years. And now it is time for other manufacturers who are providing powerful cameras to those who demand. Still, Kodak is providing the world with its creations where we are set to review the all new Kodak M750. The M750 is a compact camera that has received good reviews from people and is an ideal choice that gives value for your money.
Design and Display :
No doubt, this camera has retained a compact body style due to which it gains good style and looks. In fact, the camera comes in variety of colors that gives opportunities to users to flaunt their small-sized camera around. The color options are silver, red and blue. However, when it comes to portability, the camera is light in weight and has zooming options just like an SLR camera. The lenses come out during use and the device is slim in nature. Considering the resolution that this camera offers is 4608 by 2456.
The Kodak EasyShare M750 is a 16 megapixels camera and the sensor photo detectors are of 16.4 megapixels with sensor size provided of 1/2.3 inches. The camera boasts a CCD sensor type and is very appealing in terms of design.
At the top of the camera sits a power button and the big metallic click button that allows the users to take images. The top of the camera is inscribed with 16 Megapixels HD. The screen measures 3 inches that give good visuals to the users who record or click images. The time for using old camera’s are gone, now it is time for the new camera that comes with Wi-Fi integration and other latest features which cannot be found on old cameras.
The Kodak EasyShare M750 measures 99 mm by 58 mm by 20 mm in dimensions. It could have been more attractive for the users if Kodak would have installed a GPS system and other advanced features that make the device much more appealing and interactive.
Levels of JPEG quality is also provided in three modes like fine, standard and basic. 5X optical zoom is provided for best quality image capturing. There is no manual focus, but digital zoom given to make the job done. 50cm normal focus range is provided other than 10cm macro focus range. The best is that the 3 inches of display provided is the touchscreen that offers live view as well with screen dots of 230,000. The LCD screen sports its capacitive touchscreen that responses in just a smooth touch of a finger.
The display of this camera is very fine that gives all comfort to the user when he/she clicks images. Other than this, minimum shutter speed of Kodak EasyShare M750 is of 8 seconds where the maximum speed is covered at1/1600 seconds. There is no aperture or shutter priority, but subject and scene modes are provided with built in flash that improves the quality of the image. Auto, fill-in, red eye reduction and off flash modes options are given for different uses.
Videos can be captured from Kodak EasyShare M750 in MPEG-4 format. Mono microphone and speaker are provided to make the video capturing more specific. 1280 by 720 resolution, 30 fps video can be captured.
For storage, the manufacturer has provided SD/SDHC card that can be used separately to the camera. Other than this, the storage capacity is provided upto 32 MB which is the internal memory.
One flaw that the camera possesses is the lack of HDMI port. Besides, a USB 2.0 is available for convenient connection. Other than this, built-in wireless is provided that enables you to directly click the image and share with your friends and family.
A rechargeable battery KLIC-7006 is used to power this camera and for charging purpose, a charger has been given by Kodak.
The original price of Kodak EasyShare M750 is $169.95.
Kodak EasyShare M750 compact camera is a fine device that is equipped with 16 megapixel sensor and comes with Wi-Fi feature that make it more powerful and useful for users. The camera has also got good looks, especially due to the choice of colors that the camera offers. All in all, it is a good camera which cannot be understated, but can be flaunted with style.
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