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Kodak EasyShare V570 Reviews

Kodak-easyshare-V570 Two more sites have released reviews of the world's first dual lens digital camera from Kodak. Read the first one at Imaging Review who are not sure whether to love it or hate it and write - ' The Kodak V570 presents an interesting problem for us. It's a camera with a lot in the plus column and a lot in the minus column; yet it still nets out as a positive experience. We really like the camera for its unique dual lens arrangement that includes a surprisingly useful 23mm wide angle lens, but its image quality really isn't as good as it could be for a 5 megapixel camera. Its fully automatic exposure control performs very well in a wide variety of conditions, requiring less exposure adjustment or tweaking than do most competing models.'

DigiCam reviews the Kodak EasyShare V570 also and writes - 'The Kodak Easyshare V570 is a unique ultra compact 5 megapixel digital camera - featuring two lenses: an ultra-wide angle lens, and a normal 3x optical zoom lens. If you want a fun. easy to use, ultra compact digital camera with an ultra-wide angle lens, and intend to take mainly outdoor photos, then this camera may be a good choice. The camera offers generally quick performance, and extremely quick focusing and shutter response when using the ultra-wide angle lens. Image quality indoors was one of the camera's weaknesses, as the camera had problems focusing in low-light when using the zoom, red-eye regularly occured, and noise was quite high. Outside image quality was better, as images had good colour, saturation, contrast and exposure, but images were generally soft. If an ultra-wide angle lens is a must, then your choice is definitely limited, however I'd recommend thinking carefully before purchasing this camera, especially if you take a lot of indoor photos of people, as the camera regularly failed to focus correctly. This is a unique digital camera, and as such, it's difficult to come to a clear conclusion, some people may love the idea of the ultra-wide angle lens and ultra compact body, whereas others may be disappointed by the image quality.'

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Posted by Darren in our Reviews category on April 17, 2006


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