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Dennis Hissink : March 28th 2007 - 00:00 CET
Kodak EasyShare P712 review

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KodakKodak EasyShare P712 Megazoom review : During the previous years, Kodak EasyShare digital cameras have built a fine reputation. Kodak had to make a lot of effort to complete the switch from analogue to digital, and it seems like they finally did, more or less. In any case, with the current camera selection, one doesn't think of the era of analogue (film) anymore. So far, Kodak has not been able to score a dominant position with its EasyShare digital camera assortment. In certain parts of the world, like the US, Kodak has no reason to complain; but in Europe, for instance, the market share is not very impressing (yet). The recent Kodak EasyShare P712 has to contribute in winning a larger share.
Kodak EasyShare P712 reviewKodak P712 - Optical image stabilizer
The Kodak P712 features a 12X (36 - 432 mm equiv.), image-stabilised, f2.8 – f/3.7, Schneider Kreuznach Variogon lens that delivers exquisite detail and sharpness. Its 7.1 Megapixel sensor is paired with legendary Kodak Color Science image processing for spectacular, highly accurate colour - shot after shot. 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. It also minimises handheld camera shake at longer focal lengths, which is ideal while photographing sporting events and during everyday picture taking when carrying a stabilising device is impractical.

Kodak EasyShare P712 camera - 2.5 inch LCD monitor
The Kodak EasyShare P712 camera’s large 2.5 inch, high-resolution LCD and electronic viewfinder simplify framing, reviewing and sharing pictures. Photographers can select pictures for e-mailing or printing with a touch of the exclusive Share button, and even mark them as favourites for automatic uploading to the Kodak EasyShare Gallery in conjunction with included Kodak EasyShare Software version 6. TV-quality, 30 frames-per-second VGA video with sound (MPEG4) is always available on the Kodak P712 camera with the turn of a dial. Convenient on-camera video editing includes functions such as split, cut, merge and trim, plus the ability to create single-frame or multi-frame “storyboard” still pictures.

Kodak EasyShare P712

Kodak EasyShare P712 - Full of features & settings
The EasyShare motto is ease of use and a way of photography, accessible for everyone. This doesn't automatically mean that nothing remains for the creative photographer. On the contrary: the EasyShare series knows different segments, and the P-series actually has to go up against the upcoming entry-level DSLR cameras. The Kodak EasyShare P712 is even called a hybrid by Kodak, and with that the bridge between amateur and the more advanced photographer has been built. The Kodak P712 is a camera full of features and settings, but at the same time offers a completely automated setting together with different pre-programmed scenes.

Kodak EasyShare P712 review
We have tested the Kodak EasyShare P712 Megazoom camera exhaustively. At this point, the non-DSLR camera manufacturers are betting high with their Megazoom hybrid digital cameras, while the DSLR manufacturers introduce highly priced system cameras rapidly and with that, say good-bye to their own hybrid segment. Whether or not Kodak will be less successful with their Megazoom segment, because of these developments, has still to be seen. You can read our findings in the now following review about the Kodak EasyShare P712, including Test images.





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