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Kodak EASYSHARE V803 Zoom
4.9 out of 10

Kodak EASYSHARE V803 Zoom

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Kodak EasyShare V803 Digital Camera Review

PhotoAxe
10 January 2008
  • Excerpt: This high resolution point-and-shot camera comes in 8 different colors of its fancy slim design, made of metal and plastic, with few buttons. No manual controls, no viewfinder: definitely a family camera.
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Overall 8
8.2
Design 8
8.0
Value for money 9
8.5
Performance 9
8.5
Picture quality 8
8.0

Kodak EasyShare V803

What Digital Camera
4 June 2007
  • Excerpt: The 8-megapixel Kodak EasyShare V803 offers a 3x zoom, a 2.5in LCD display and is available in eight colours.
  • Pros: Rapid reviewing image, good details, value for money.
  • Cons: Slightly bulky body, LCD tends to ‘streak’.
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I Like Cameras
16 April 2007
Overall 6
6.0

Expert Review

PhotoRadar
10 April 2007
  • Conclusion: In its attempt to produce an impressive 8MP compact, Kodak has done the right thing by choosing a larger CCD sensor. However, the only aspect of the camera that's worthy of praise is the colour reproduction.
  • Pros: Attractive priceDecent CCD
  • Cons: Soft lensOver-zealous compressionSnail-like shutter response
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Digital Camera Review
30 March 2007
  • Summary: For the past decade, compact digital cameras have consistently been among the most popular hi-tech products. Canon, Nikon, Fuji, Olympus, Kodak, Sony, Pentax, and Panasonic relentlessly field new models and the competition for consumer digicam dollars is ferocious.
  • Pros: Cheap, 8 megapixels
  • Cons: Mediocre battery life, Frustrating AF system, Wonky delete function, Weak flash
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Dc Resource
30 March 2007
  • Excerpt: The EasyShare V803 ($199) is the latest model in Kodak's stylish V-series of digital cameras. Most of the features are pretty pedestrian: an 8 Megapixel CCD, 3X optical zoom, 2.5" LCD, tons of point-and-shoot features, and a VGA movie mode.
  • Pros: Good photo quality in most situations, Considerably cheaper than the competition, Stylish, well built, comes in an unbelievable eight colors, Large 2.5" LCD display (but see issues below), Tons of scene modes, including in-camera panorama stitching; just be sure to avoid the two high ISO scenes, ...
  • Cons: Sluggish performance, Unimpressive high ISO image quality; long exposures are noisier than they need be due to ISO setting locked on Auto, Redeye, despite dual reduction system, Flash is on the weak side, LCD washes out in bright light; not terribly sharp either; no optical viewfinder, No manual ...
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Overall 6
6.3

Kodak EasyShare V803

Photoxels
5 March 2007
  • Summary: The Kodak EasyShare V803 is an easy-to-use digital camera that produces good image quality at a very affordable price. It is ultra compact with a flush design and is available in no less than 8 different colours. Optional accessories further enable you to personalize the camera.
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Overall 8
8.0
Design 6
6.0
Value for money 8
8.0
Features 8
8.0
Picture quality 6
6.0
Overall quality 8
8.0

Kodak Easyshare V803

digicambuyer.co.uk
11 December 2008
  • Conclusion: The V803 is a camera which can't be beaten on price-as an entry level model the quality of output is acceptable and the price unbelievable
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Overall 6
6.0

Kodak EasyShare V803

Tech2
22 January 2008
  • Excerpt: My biggest complaint with the Kodak V series digicams have mostly been design-related. The boxy-metallic build with tiny buttons are definitely not the way I like to use my cameras. Thankfully, at least one of those issues have been fixed in the new 8 megapixel model—the V803.
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Overall 5
5.0
Value for money 3
2.5
Features 5
5.0
Ease of use 5
5.0
Performance 3
2.5
Picture quality 5
5.0

Expert Review

Digital Camera Magazine
28 June 2007
  • Summary: Kodak was on the verge of producing a budget compact that had all the ingredients to e a winner. A soft lens and aggressive compression mean that the goal was missed by a mile. A greatshame and wasted opportunity for a company that's made some great cameras lately.
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