Kodak EasyShare Z612 - Color|
According to Yin Wong: "The Kodak Z612 is primarily a Point & Shoot digital camera, and its default settings produce images that are sharp and rich in colours straight out of the camera. If you do not want to post-process any images in an image editing software, then you will like the images that come out already sharpened and saturated in colours. We find the overall image quality of the Kodak Z612 to be good to very good for this category of digital cameras.
Kodak Z612 digital camera - Chromatic aberration
Yin Wong continues: "Chromatic aberration is present in everyday high contrast shots. It's not a problem if you only print 4x6 inch, but at larger sizes or displayed full size on screen, you might want to clean it up first in post-processing. An example is above where the area delimited by the red square at middle left, and reproduced at 100% crop at bottom right, shows purple fringing." You want to learn more about the Kodak EasyShare camera? Continue to read the Kodak Z612 review at Photoxels.
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