Reviews and Problems with Kodak EASYSHARE Z1085 IS
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Kodak EasyShare Z1085 IS
21 May 2008
Excerpt: Kodak is rebuilding its empire by delivering dead-simple products, and the Z1085 IS is no exception: It’s one of three point-and-shoots pioneering Kodak’s Smart Capture Mode, which selects the scene mode and edits the picture before processing it (the other models are the $199 M1033 and the $279 V1273).
Summary: Kodak's EasyShare Z1085 is a decent but not outstanding advanced compact camera. It has some nifty features, but the images aren't quite up to scratch and it can get slow when the small buffer fills up.
Pros: Stabilised 5x optical zoom, 720p video recording, Smart Capture mode works well for amateurs
Cons: Noticeable drop in clarity towards the edges of the frame, buffer is small (which causes slow down), no custom white balance