Kodak EasyShare Max Z990 specifications and review

Kodak’s EasyShare Max Z990 has some promising specs; 12 MP CMOS sensor, Schneider Kreuznach 3Dx optical zoom, manual control and 3-inch display. The well-constructed body of the EasyShare has been designed to look like a DSLR. Done in traditional black, it is big though not bulky. Most of the controls including zoom, modes, video capture, etc. are placed on the right top panel and rear panel, making it really easy to operate. The only control placed on the left is the button to switch between the electronic viewfinder and the LCD.

The camera provided plenty of options to play around. Along with the auto mode, a casual shooter can select from the lot of regular scene modes. There is also an option of creative clicking, with night photography for moving objects, sports and portrait. Manual setting is available.

This EasyShare produced some good images with rich colours. The noise levels were low, and the image sta┬Čbiliser too did the job well. The only trouble we felt with this camera was the slow operation speed. As the camera uses four AA batteries to operate, a set of four rechargeable batteries and a charger are a part of the sales box.

Verdict: Good, but consider the options in the market.

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  • November 12, 2011 at 8:55 am

    Thanks for your write-up. Another thing is that being a photographer includes not only problem in taking award-winning photographs but also hardships in acquiring the best digicam suited to your requirements and most especially challenges in maintaining the grade of your camera. This really is very correct and evident for those photography lovers that are in capturing the particular nature’s eye-catching scenes – the mountains, the forests, the wild or seas. Going to these daring places certainly requires a camera that can live up to the wild’s harsh environments.

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