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Overall 8

Kodak EasyShare M1033

PC Magazine
23 March 2009
  • Conclusion: With an easy-to-use interface, great images, and a generous feature set, this moderately priced camera packs a lot of value.
  • Pros: Good value. Outstanding daylight shots. Easy-to-use menu system. 720 HD resolution movie recording.
  • Cons: Defaults to auto mode upon boot-up. Underexposed flash. Shutter button is recessed and difficult to find by touch.
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Overall 6

Kodak EasyShare 7.1

LAPTOP Magazine
3 March 2009
  • Summary: It’s free and foolproof, but Kodak EasyShare 7.1 still lags behind other free editors, such as Google Picasa 3 and Picnik, thanks to a dearth of clever editing features. For users who aren’t wed to Kodak Gallery, we’d suggest one of these other two options. But for people who have simple editing needs and like the idea of storing and sharing their photos in Kodak Gallery, EasyShare’s integration with the site could outweigh its lackluster feature set.
  • Pros: Simple interface, Integrates with Kodak Gallery, Emphasis on sharing and creating, Uploads video clips directly to YouTube,
  • Cons: Editing tools not comprehensive, Lengthy installation, Not Mac-compatible,
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Overall 8

Kodak EasyShare M1033

30 October 2008
  • Excerpt: Kodak's M series cameras have mostly succeeded in changing my opinion about the utility of their compact and ultra-compact offerings. The company has always been good at packing in features, but the performance has of late been disappointing – which I believe is truly a case of the megapixel count being overplayed in all those product marketing meetings. The M-series, however, really performs.
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Overall 8
Value for money 8
Features 8
Performance 8

Expert Review

23 September 2008
  • Summary: The Kodak offers great video and still image captures and a user-friendly interface. The lack of TV out is a counterpoint though.
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Kodak - EasyShare M1033 10.1-MP Digital Camera

Personal Electronics buzz
24 August 2008
  • Excerpt: My Kodak EasyShare M1033 gave me the quality I wanted at a reasonable price of only $199.99. I could not find a 10 MP digital camera anywhere else for the price I paid. I noticed that all Kodak products are delivering the same great quality and sharp pictures.
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Kodak M1033

Steve's Digicams
5 August 2008
  • Excerpt: In The United States? Check out these stores: In Europe? Check out these stores: Physical Views The EasyShare M1033 compared in size to a CD. Continue on to Features & Controls EasyShare M1033 Specifications Standard features Sensor type 1 / 2.3 in. CCD CCD total pixels 10.3 MP (3279 × 2774) Effective pixels 10.1 MP (3672 × 2748) Zoom 3X optical, 5X continuous digital Lens 35-105 mm (35 mm equiv.
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10 megapixel digital camera

Consumer Electronics Net
29 April 2008
  • Excerpt: The Kodak EasyShare line of digital cameras is one of the most successful digital camera line for the company because they are really easy to use, and their user interfaces are some of the easiest to navigate. The company has recently shipped the Kodak EasyShare M1033, a sub $200, 10 megapixel digital camera that features a 3X optical zoom lens (35-105 35mm equivalent) and a 3-inch wide angle LCD. The camera is small, at 126 grams, and measures in at 83.7x57.8x20.7mm.
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Kodak M1033

6 January 2009
  • Excerpt: Kodak M1033 is yet another new entry into the digital photography market of India. Launched by the world leader - Kodak Company, the camera boasts of a classy body and looks, teamed with easy going features. The camera features are extremely easy to operate, making the handling task immensely comfortable. Kodak M1033 provides a satisfying 10 mega pixel resolution.
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Overall 7

A simple compact camera for first-time users.

Good Gear Guide.au
30 October 2008
  • Summary: If you're not a stickler for quality and just want something that's small and easy to use when photographing your kids at play or your mates at the beach, the M1033 is a decent option.
  • Pros: Simple to use, clean layout, useful long exposure mode, good macro mode
  • Cons: Pictures look blotchy and feathered when viewed at their full size, no manual mode
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Overall 4

Kodak EasyShare M1033 review

21 July 2008
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