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Mar 31: Kodak EasyShare V803 Review at DCResource

Kodak-Easyshare-V803DCResource has a review of the Kodak EasyShare V803 and writes, "Camera performance was mediocre. The V803 is slow to start up, slow to focus, and there is some shutter lag (but not much). Shot-to-shot delays were minimal, though, and battery life was average. The camera's burst mode was unremarkable, taking just four photos in a row at 1.7 frames/second. The V803 does not support the USB 2.0 High Speed standard. Photo quality was a mixed bag. The EasyShare V803 produced photos with good exposures and plenty of saturation (too much in my opinion), pleasing sharpness, and minimal purple fringing. While there isn't much noise at lower ISO settings, there are some noise reduction artifacts to be found, most notably in the sky. At higher ISOs (400 and above) the image quality drops rapidly, with ISO 800 and 1600 worth avoiding. Redeye was also a problem, and the camera's dual redeye removal system didn't seem to help."

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