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Kodak EasyShare P850 review at Steves Digicams
Ilse Jurriƫn : December 4th 2005 - 23:16 CET
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Steve's DigicamsKodak EasyShare P850 review at Steves Digicams : Our good friends at Steves Digicams have published their full review of the Kodak EasyShare P850 digital camera. The Kodak P850 features a 5.1 Megapixels image sensor and incorporates a 36 - 432mm (35mm equiv.,) f/2.8-3.7, image-stabilized zoom lens. The Kodak EasyShare P850 digital camera shares many elements of the P880, including 30 fps VGA video with single-frame still-extraction and trim/cut/splice/merge editing abilities. Other features include a unique hot shoe for extended lighting control; P/A/S/M/C and extensive preset scene modes; multiple burst modes for action shooting; a live histogram; highlight/shadow clipping displays; RAW/TIFF/JPEG support; and lithium-ion battery.
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According to Steve Sanders: "The lens produces sharp images throughout its zoom range, an impressive result considering its 36mm and 432mm extremes. I was impressed with the near-absence of chromatic aberration (purple fringing in high contrast areas) produced by this versatile lens. The P850's shooting performance was very good. The P850 flushes its buffer full of JPEG/Fine images in about 5 seconds. The P850 failed to capture RAW images in any Burst mode, also failing to meet Kodak's claim."

Kodak EasyShare P850 - Steves Digicams review conclusion
Steve continues: "RAW image support in Kodak's EasyShare software is a bit weak. The .kdc image file can be opened and edited, but White Balance is difficult to fine tune, offering only pre-sets and an eye dropper tool to identify a gray area of the image; there is no provision to adjust by color temperature. We were happy with the results shooting indoors. Image Stabilization allowed me to capture consistently blur-free images at shutter speeds 2 stops slower than the rule of thumb 1/focal length, and produced about 50% keepers at 3 stops slower. The lens diameter at the front and large 2 1/2-inch LCD on the back leave little room for camera controls, and I found operating them cumbersome at times. You want to learn more about the Kodak EasyShare digital camera? Continue to read the Kodak EasyShare P850 review at Steve's Digicams!

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Steve's Digicams was founded in the year 1997, by, indeed, Steve. Steve Sanders is well experienced in photography, 30 years, and wants to share this experience with everyone on the Internet. Steve's motto is: simplicity. The way the website is build makes it also possible for those who haven't got a fast connection to download the website very quickly. In the same way the reviews are being written. According to Steve, it should not be necessary to follow a course in photography to be able to understand a review. For this approach Steve is well known world wide and he is welcome to it by his many readers. Beside test reports Steve's site has various other items, like a forum, camera specifications, daily "breaking" news.

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