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Kodak EasyShare Z740 Review - DCRP Review

Kodak-Easyshare-Z740DCRP reviews the Kodak EasyShare Z740 and writes - 'While it's not perfect, the Kodak EasyShare Z740 is a pretty good ultra zoom camera for people on a budget. It offers good photo quality, manual controls, an easy-to-use interface, an AF-assist lamp, and Kodak's famous EasyShare system....

The Z740 is a midsize camera made mostly of plastic. Despite that, it never felt cheap in my hands (okay, maybe the door over the SD slot does). The camera is very easy to use, with just a few clearly marked buttons and a simple menu system. The camera can be used in auto mode (including tons of scene modes) or in manual mode. While I love having aperture priority, shutter priority, and full manual modes available, I wish Kodak didn't have to stick them all on the same spot on the mode dial. Photo quality is good for the most part, though the white balance didn't work well with my studio lights (which is pretty rare) and the night shot was soft and “overprocessed”. Thankfully my “regular shots” looked very good. The movie quality wasn't much to write home about, and the frame rate is awfully sluggish. Camera performance is good for the most part, with great low light focusing. In addition, both the LCD and EVF are visible in low light conditions. The camera has a decent burst mode as well, with no “blackout” on the LCD/EVF between shots.'

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