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Kodak EasyShare Z650 review
Ilse Jurriën : May 22th 2006 - 13:04 CET
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KodakKodak EasyShare Z650 review : The Kodak EasyShare Z650, a super zoom digital camera, was launched at the beginning of 2006. The camera is a new model in the EasyShare Z series of digital camera. De Kodak Z650 is equipped with a Schneider Kreuznach optical zoom lens. The zoom lens has a 10x zoom range with an optical range of 38 - 380 mm (comparable to a 35 mm format camera). In practice it is great to work with: a fantastic wide-angle and generous tele range. An all round optical range, in fact. De Kodak Z650 digital camera is equipped with a 1/2.5 inch 6.1 Megapixel CCD sensor. Although Kodak has more or less provided a description of pixel formats in the manual, in fact it just means that the X factor has been neatly rounded off and might come in handy.
Kodak EasyShare Z650 reviewKodak EasyShare Z650 - 2" LCD display
The Kodak Z650 digital camera is equipped with a 2 inch LCD display that gives a fresh, clear picture. The viewfinder, which is 5.1 mm in diameter, is a so-called EFV (electronic viewfinder) that is actually a miniature LCD display. Users must choose between the LCD display at the rear of the Kodak Z650 digital camera, or the EVF on top because it is not possible to use them both simultaneously. In practise the LCD display works perfectly indoors and in artificial light. Outside, the EVF works best; the quality of the picture in the viewfinder remains at an acceptable level.

Kodak Z650 camera - Built-in flash
The Kodak EasyShare Z650’s built in flash is certainly not large, and it can generally not be seen when closed. The flash routinely works in the A Setting, but can be set however you choose: auto, auxiliary, red-eye, and of course, off. The flash’s range is more than enough for normal use: the wide-angle setting is 60 cm to almost 5 meters and the tele setting runs from 2 meters to almost 4 metres. It gives very good results.

Kodak EasyShare Z650 review

Kodak EasyShare Z650 review
We tried out the Kodak EasyShare Z650 for a while. The camera's specifications promise a lot; a 10x optical zoom lens with a range of 38 - 380 mm (equivalent to a 35 mm camera) and a resolution of 6 Megapixels. The review of the Kodak EasyShare Z650 gives a picture of its possibilities and how it works in practice. Just how our judgement turned out can be read in the following Kodak Z650 review.

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