Kodak keeps getting better, more megapixels and better shots.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This is my 3rd Kodak camera. I keep them all about 2-3 years and then upgrade. The old ones are not out of date or unusable by no means. I give them to younger family members to use. This camera, Z1485 IS, is outshining my previous cameras though. First off, it is PINK and every girl loves pink. But really it is any awesome camera. It has 14 mega pixels and the zoom gets really close to objects not normally seen by previous versions.
Excerpt: I bought this camera a week before we went to Disney. I love it. Not only does it take great pictures, it is very easy to use. It has a smart mode that detects the correct mode (landscape, portrait, etc.) for you. All you have to do is point and click. If you want to pick the scene mode you can manually change it. While at Disney we took great pictures of fireworks, action and outside shots. I have also taken some great pictures of flowers and fall scenery.
Excerpt: I used a Kodak Z712IS for a couple of years and wanted a bit more resolution so I bought a Kodak Z1495 IS. I lover the little camera. It is very light and fits nicely either in my pocket or in its leather hip case. Pictures are extremely crisp and when it is coupled with the Kodak Easy Share software downiloading is a snap. I added a rechargable battery and an 8GB memory stick and I can take all of my vacation pictures on one stick.
Excerpt: This is a great everyday camera. It has 14 mega pixels which is great for plowing your pictures into big sizes and still have it stay clear. The color mode is also great because you can take a black & white picture right away and not have to wait to download it to your computer to change the setting. The only problem with mine is that the battery for it doesn’t last long. So I constantly have to charge it.
Excerpt: I enjoy using this camera. The pictures are great and there are far more features than I probably needed. My biggest complaint was using the Kodak Easyshare Photo Gallary software. It would lock up when downloading pictures and was useless. I called Kodak service and the suggested I remove it from my computer and use the windows photo editor. This is working much better for me. One feature I wish the camera had is a battery indicator, so be sure to carry a spare.
Excerpt: I have had this Kodak for over a year and absolutely love the picture quality. The only issue I have with the camera is you have to take the time to make sure it goes into focus. You can not take quick shots or they come out very blury.
Excerpt: I had a very short time with this camera. It lasted maybe six months total. It is a good camera for younger people or just for fun. I tried to take semi-professional pictures with this but was unsuccessful. On a lighter note, if you just use the camera for pleasure it is good. It is small so you can fit in a purse or pocket. The picture quality isn't bad but not good enough for my tastes. The batteries and chargers were ridiculously expensive.
Excerpt: The Kodak Easyshare Z1485 is the best Easyshare I have ever had. It has the best quality and features of all the Easyshares I have owned before. I love the different settings you have to choose from. The nighttime setting is exceptional. Pictures are very clear and bright. The closeup feature is very good. I believe the Z1485 is the top of line when it comes to the Easyshare products. I would highly reccomend this camera to anyone.
Excerpt: This camera is ok. I've had it for almost a year. It takes clear pictures, but sometimes it gets blurry for no reason or it makes the lighting look weird. Also mine after about 6 months the lens wouldn't open anymore, I have to force it open. Overall I wouldn't recommend it. Reviewer is an employee or otherwise affiliated with the brand.