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  1. Kodak EasyShare V803 review

    Kodak EasyShare V803 review

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    The problem with many of today's compact digital cameras is the size of the sensor chips that are used in them. Most compacts use a minuscule 1/2.5-inch CCD that's so small even the best lenses struggle to record enough detail

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    Kodak EasyShare Z710 review

    Kodak EasyShare Z710 review

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    Some cameras are built up to reach a certain quality; others are built down to reach a certain price. It's not hard to guess into which category a 10x super- zoom tipping the scales at under £200 might fall

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    Kodak EasyShare V705 review

    Kodak EasyShare V705 review

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    If double vision is something that kicks in after a few pints, it would come as no surprise to hear that Kodak's camera designers have been hitting the bottle. The V705 is a terrifically strange piece of kit, boasting two lenses

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    Kodak EasyShare Z740 review

    Kodak EasyShare Z740 review

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    The EasyShare system is built on admirable intentions - to make the whole image storage, transfer, email and print process accessible to those people who might ordinarily struggle

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    Kodak EasyShare P712 review

    Kodak EasyShare P712 review

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    Poor old Kodak. Not only has the company that once dominated amateur photography had to watch consumer electronics manufacturers muscle in on its turf, it's now losing yet more ground as photographers migrate to digital SLRs.

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    Kodak EasyShare V610 review

    Kodak EasyShare V610 review

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    By dividing a 10x zoom in two and squeezing it into a compact casing not much larger than a mobile phone, Kodak's V610 looks set to divide critics as much as the equally wacky and inspired V570

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    Kodak EasyShare C360 review

    Kodak EasyShare C360 review

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    You can walk into some branches of Tesco nowadays and pick up a 5Mp camera for well under £100, but not with a quality badge on the front, and big names in photography don't come much bigger than Kodak

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    Kodak EasyShare-One review

    Kodak EasyShare-One review

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    Cameras used to be simple. They may have had complicated dials, theymay have even required the use of a separate light meter, but everyone knew what they were for: capturing images.

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    Kodak EasyShare V530 review

    Kodak EasyShare V530 review

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    The company's EasyShare range of digital cameras might be top-sellers in the USA, especially in the women's market, but none of the models have won any beauty contests. That could be about to change with the V550 and V530

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    Kodak EasyShare P850 Zoom review

    Kodak EasyShare P850 Zoom review

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    At last, a manufacturer who realises that it's not all about megapixels. Kodak has gone to great lengths to hone the P850's handling and performance. Indeed the "P" in the title indicates that this compact...

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