Conclusion: Often when reviewing digital cameras it is difficult to come up with compelling reasons why a digital camera should be bought or why it should be avoided. This is true of the Kodak Easyshare V803. It does some things very well, such as producing a bright indoor portrait and also a bright macro shot. There are though one or two significant areas where it didn't perform as I would have liked it to.
Pros: Lack of red eye, Bright macro shot
Cons: Soft focusing away from centre, Noise levels can be high, Shutter delay with flash
Summary: The Kodak Easyshare V803 is a stylish, well-built and very easy-to-use point
and shoot camera that looks, feels and delivers better image
than its budget price-tag might suggest. The V803 inherits
the styling and build-quality of the more expensive, dual-lens
V705 camera, whilst cutting the price by using a standard