Thursday, March 29, 2012

Kodak EasyShare Mini M200

The Kodak EasyShare Mini M200 2.5in screen is small by today's standards but it's as big as the camera can accommodate. The Kodak EasyShare Mini M200 plastic shell feels reasonably  although the exposed USB socket is liable to gather dirt. Flash-lit shots were between four and eight seconds apart, but the camera Kodak EasyShare Mini M200 filled the gaps with extra shots without the flash – an unorthodox approach that makes some sense.

- 2.5 in bright LCD: Relive moments and view pictures with brilliance and clarity with brighter  vibrant details thanks to KODAK Color Science
echargeable  Enjoy in-camera charging and higher voltage and energy capacity with the smaller---lighter  battery

Shoot video with ease
- Record life----motion up to with video
 - Features include audio capture and---camera editing
  - Enjoy video print options including 9-up  plus view and share single frames

Scene and color modes
   shots time after time with multiple scene including sport--portrait--bright--fireworks--and backlight
  - Have fun with five different color modes full and basic color black & white and sepia

Capture feature Beautiful pictures automatically
Become a better photographer with a innovative Smart Capture feature automatically identifies the scene and adjusts camera settings for a great picture in just about any Display and KODAK Gallery support still pictures; video not supported.
 Kodak Easy Share Mini M200

but it has lens with real 3x zoom and real buttons for shutter release and so on.

Do you have big  You will have trouble with this camera Kodak EasyShare M565
Are you thinking of giving your kid or teen a camera? The LCD screen is necessarily small and but it’s bright enough and responsive. The camera’s so simple that there’s very little to navigate to.

Here are a couple sample shots.
Flash photography pops just fine.

The Easy share decent little device for someone who can’t stand using their phone as a camera, but doesn’t want the cost or quality of  real point and shoots.

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