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Kodak EasyShare P712 review at Steves Digicams
Ilse Jurriën : September 25th 2006 - 15:06 CET
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Steve's DigicamsKodak EasyShare P712 review at Steves Digicams : Our good friends at Steves Digicams have published their review of the Kodak EasyShare P712 digital camera. The Kodak P712 features a 12X (36 - 432 mm equiv.), image-stabilised, f2.8 – f/3.7, Schneider Kreuznach Variogon lens and a large 2.5 inch, high-resolution LCD and electronic viewfinder. Its 7.1 Megapixel sensor is paired with the Kodak Color Science image processing and the optical image stabilisation provides a two-stop advantage over non-image stabilised systems for better capturing subjects in low light for both stills and video. Additional features of the Kodak EasyShare P712 include PASM, custom and extensive preset scene modes and multiple burst modes for action shooting.
Kodak EasyShare P712 review at Steves DigicamsKodak P712 camera - Operation
According to Steve Digicams: "The various controls across the body are well placed and functional, and the onscreen menu system is logically organized, allowing for quick changes to camera settings. We especially like the handy command dial and set button. They allow you to change the values for ISO, exposure compensation, flash compensation, aperture and shutter speed, etc. depending on what exposure mode is being used. Both the 2.5-inch LCD and EVF (Electronic ViewFinder) are high-quality displays that work great indoors and out."

Kodak EasyShare P712 review conclusion - Steves Digicams
Steve continues: "I saw typical amounts of barrel distortion and pin cushioning present at the wide-angle and telephoto extremes respectively as well as noticeable chromatic aberration (purple fringing in high contrast areas.) However, this is a common issue with super-zoom models. The lens is fairly fast, with a wide-open aperture range of F2.8 (wide) to F3.7 (tele), allowing the use of faster shutter speeds in marginal lighting conditions and reducing the likelihood of motion blur. The image quality of our 7-megapixel images was not what we have come to expect from a Kodak camera. While exposure, white balance, and color saturation were good, our outdoor samples were not as sharp as I would have liked." You want to learn more about the Kodak EasyShare digital camera? Continue to read the Kodak EasyShare P712 review at Steve's Digicams!

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