The best budget camera around..
As Kodak was nice enough to send me a testing example of their new easyshare mini im going to make a very thorough review.
I knew from the unboxing that this camera was made for portability, social sharing and ease of use. It fulfills all of these, my first impression was that this is a very small camera. In most cases small cameras aren’t all that good, especially not the ones that are made to be easy to use. But from the first picture i realized that Kodak did not compromise quality for affordability. The camera has a function called Smart capture, what that is is basically an autopilot for cameras. It auto focuses, selects ISO and other values to make for the best picture in the shortest time without need for user interaction. Now if you are more of the advanced user type that likes to fiddle with settings to make for a unique photograph thats also very much possible. With the click of a button you can select different user modes, turn off flash, zoom and even set a picture to be shared to various social networks, eg. Facebook, twitter and others.
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