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
Conclusion: Kodak renouvelle sa gamme de compact EasyShare avec notamment le V803. Le prix se veut agressif, le look évolue en abandonnant le style carré, et le constructeur présente enfin un compact avec un stabilisateur.