Summary: If you want one of the best consumer-level digital cameras, then consider this one. Not only does it provide quality and performance similar to a professional-level model, but it also supports an easy and convenient picture shooting experience.
Pros: Semi-pro- offers quality and performance similar to professional models, Close- 10x optical zoom with automatic image stabilization, Capable- can easily shoot 12-megapixel stills or HD video within seconds, Flexible- offers a variety of features, such as shooting modes and enhancements, Improved-...
Summary: The Kodak Z950 is a surprising camera. Frankly, I never think that much of Kodak’s camera. It’s just not a stand-out brand to me. But the Z950 was a pleasant surprise, especially when you consider the available control that the camera offers.
Excerpt: Pitching itself at the value end of the market, this Kodak model has plenty of surprises. The sturdily built 12-megapixel Z950 crams an effective 10x optical zoom into a body that will fit in your pocket.
Pros: Great value; rock-solid build; pocket-sized; more manual features than usually offered at the price; easy to use; broader than average zoom range.
Cons: Performance in low light can’t match the others here; slower in operation; bulkier than rival 3x zoom options.
Summary: The Kodak EasyShare Z950 offers great value for money. It enjoys rock-solid build in pocket-sized dimensions, and there are more manual features than usual at this price. It's easy to use, with a broader-than-average zoom range.
Summary: It's perhaps the case with this latest Kodak that if you don't expect too much you're bound to be pleasantly surprised – and after what feels like a run of distinctly average (though typically fairly priced and pitched) showings from the brand, we were.