Navigate Review Jump to review page Shutter Lag manual focus: In comparison, the PowerShot A starts up and shoots in only 2. Every Canon shot came back sharp, but a handful of the Kodak’s images were blurry, given the camera’s lack of optical image stabilization check out the slideshow for a side-by-side comparison shot. The menu system on the M is very easy to read and navigate, but it feels completely dated.
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The LCD on the M is a definite bright spot.
Kodak EasyShare M340
With innovative features like Smart Capture, the M automatically adjusts camera settings to deliver beautiful pictures, more often—automatically. If you like things simple, you won’t mind, but similar shooters like the PowerShot Koak make things more interesting by using shaded icons with more color and some animation.
Capture the details in low light conditions and fast action situations with high ISO up to Yes Auto Focus Type: Fast recycle and boot-up m40. Blur reduction Reduce blur caused by camera shake, subject movement, or fast-action situations The camera automatically minimizes the effects of camera shake to deliver a clearer picture. Shutter Lag manual focus: No DxO Sensor Score: Power comes from a proprietary KLIC lithium-ion rechargeable battery pack, and an AC adapter for in-camera charging is included in the bundle.
Kodak M Review – Specifications
They’re an increasingly rare option these days, but one that adds a good degree of versatility, letting you get the shot when you can’t make out the LCD in bright sunlight, or save battery life by disabling the LCD when accurate framing isn’t vital.
Get the digital camera you want at the cost you can afford to pay. The camera shoots in standard definition by at 24 frames per second.
The M, by comparison, averaged 2, lines at its outer edges, a decrease of only 15 percent. Show off your pictures Get a good look at your pictures on the large 6.
Compare the digital cameras mentioned above side by side. Yes Rear Display Size inches: Buy the Kodak M Up to 5x Auto Focus Auto Focus: For framing images, there’s a 2. Video produced by the M is just okay.
Who says you can’t have it all? Li-ion Rechargeable Batteries Included: For the price, that’s a decent lens, but the camera runs into shooting trouble elsewhere. Despite its very affordable price, high-quality screen, and compact body, the Kodak EasyShare M’s flimsy build, and worse, its lack of optical image stabilization spoil the deal.
M340 / Black
Yes White Balance Settings: The M determines exposures with a multi-pattern, center-weighted, or center spot TTL metering system, and offers 2. The controls are so-so: In comparison, the PowerShot A starts up and shoots in only 2. Auto, daylight, tungsten, fluorescent, open shade Shutter Speed Range: M Alternate Model Number s: It has kodal smaller screen 2.
In the best-case scenario, the camera can power up and fire a shot in 2. Give your pictures the life they deserve. There’s a dial on top of the camera that lets you choose modes, and the zoom toggle is on the back of the camera, rather than on the top, so it’s a little tough to manipulate.
Lacks optical image stabilization.