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Kodak EasyShare P880 review

Average user rating: 93%

Brand Kodak
Type EasyShare P880
Resolution 8.10 Mpixel
Maximum resolution 3264x2448 pixels
Optical zoom Yes
LCD screen size 2.5-inch
Video function Yes
Dimensions 115×80×60

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Kodak EasyShare P880 Reviews from camera owners

Donald Logston - United States
November 8th 2006 - 14:30 GMT

The Kodak EasyShare P880 is a great camera. I have had it for about four months, and have used it for everything; from interior low light to exterior bright scenes. Using the scene settings has provided exceptional results. The Kodak P880 is my first digital, and a transition from my old Canon AE-1P SLR. It took a little time getting used to. Most challenging differences: The lag between pushing the shutter and the picture capture is still an adjustment for me. Love the manual zoom. I have some low light city shots at night that would knock your socks off. Battery life is outstanding (I shut off the auto focus and just use the shutter button half way to focus). Takes some practice to select the best settings, but oh so easy to use. With the printer dock, I could not be happier.

personal rating: 95%

Joseph Kashi - United States
November 7th 2006 - 18:00 GMT

I am very excited about the high image quality, generally preferring 4x5 color view camera work. The P880 provides very good image quality for a high end consumer camera, in fact nearly as good as the 10.5 MP large sensor Sony R1 with Zeiss *T lens, but for about 1/3 the street price and 1/2 the bulk. Minor problems are as expected from a consumer camera: slow and little low light ability. The Kodak EasyShare P880 is an excellent and easy to use camera, for both families and serious photographers. RAW format works directly with Photoshop Camera RAW and allows exposure bracketing. Residual noise and sharpness issues clean up very nicely in Photoshop, especially when the camera is set to low sharpness and low contrast. You should install the 1.02 firmware upgrade.

personal rating: 95%

Kenneth Margulies - United States
November 4th 2005 - 01:15 GMT

The EasyShare P880 has Kodak's famous colors-warm, rich and vibrant. Skin tones are perfect. Secondly, the super wide 24mm zoom is great for vistas like landscapes or interior shots-get the whole room in one shot-great for family get-togethers and maybe real estate agents. A super sharp, all glass lens. Kodak's offers a RAW/TIFF option if you like to adjust images on the computer. I will try this later as I have found the shots look great right out of the camera. In sum: the price is great. No worries about banging around a $2500 camera with tons of lenses. No worries about your $1800 being obsolete in 4 years. The Kodak P880 has: 8 megapixels, 24mm superwide zoom, a Movie mode for when you forget your camcorder and rich Kodak colors. Homerun!

personal rating: 100%

Joseph Malet - United States
November 4th 2005 - 01:15 GMT

I have used the Kodak EasyShare P880 for 3 days and I'm very happy with this digital camera. It has exceeded my expectations. 24mm super wide angle lens is superb. The video is fantastic. Has tons of whistles and bells that access all the variables within to creat top notch pictures only limited by your creativity. I highly recommend this to a beginner or seasoned experiened photographer. The size was smaller than I anpicipated, love how it feels in my hands.

personal rating: 100%

Raymond Au - United States
November 15th 2005 - 22:10 GMT

How can I control the zoom of the EasyShare P880? I don't see it from the pictures. On other Kodak cameras, the knob or bar or handle for zoom control don't work very well, I mean the mechanical design is poor except the one I purchased in early year 2000. That is why I hesitate to buy my 2nd Kodak camera although its picture/color are good.

personal rating: 75%

John L. Roberts - United States
June 10th 2006 - 02:00 GMT

With all the hype about dust getting into digital cameras, I decided to solve the problem by picking one that had a non-removable lens. But I also wanted a camera that would take videos, which pretty much ruled out just about all of the DSLRs. I was leaning toward one of those 10x or 12x prosumer digital models but soon discovered they only have about 5 or 6 megapixels, a trade-off I didn't want to make. I was taking a group shot recently and couldn't get back far enough to get the entire group in and quickly realized that a photographer more often needs a wide-angle lens than a telephoto lens, which helped sell me on the P880. Yes, I would buy it again.

personal rating: 95%

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