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Kodak Easy Share ZD8612

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  • ZD8612 IS 8.1MP Digital Camera - Black
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ZD8612 IS 8.1MP Digital Camera - Black

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  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0026JQ8AE
  • Item model number: 8612
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,322 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 20, 2009

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Michaela on December 31, 2009
I'm no photography expert -- strictly point and click. This is my first digital camera. I'm pretty computer literate but know a very little bit about manipulating digital photos using very basic programs -- mostly I know how to fix color balance, crop and resize. From my very amateur perspective: the photos are excellent, I love the video capability, and the automated functions (zoom, light level, etc) work very well.

There are 2 major drawbacks to this camera, though: there is no direct viewer, so you can only use the LCD display, which is very hard to see in daylight. And there's a huge lag time between photos -- it takes several seconds for the camera to reset itself to take a photo, unless you use a feature that I never remember to turn on until afterwards. There's also a long lag between the time you press the button to take the photo, and the time the photo is actually taken. Very frustrating if you're trying to catch those moments-that-occur-in-a-split-second.

The zoom is great, but you MUST have a tripod to use it to fullest advantage -- it's a very long exposure. I don't like the EasyShare digital editing program at all, and use PaintShop Pro instead. I got an LCD cover/shade for the display -- protects it, and makes it easier to use in direct sunlight.

Wouldn't buy it again, but it was a good starter digital camera (I got it at a terrific price from a redbrick store -- much less than what it's being sold for here) and now I know what to look for next time.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By P. BENNETT on November 9, 2011
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My first introduction to this camera was through my wife's uncle. He walked in with a shiny black camera stuck onto a walking stick, and he looked like some cyberpunk out for some birding. He tipped the viewing screen towards me and zoomed in on a shot of his grand-daughter playing softball. She was in the act of swinging her bat and the ball hung motionless in space before her like a fat toad. He winked at me and said, "99 bucks!"

I had to have it. Amazon had it, of course, and it was the best deal in town. I awaited its arrival with great anticipation.

When I charged it up and charged out the door, I was immediately struck by the amazing power of its zoom. This camera has the best zoom I have ever used outside of an expensive SLR. I was focusing in on things miles away, and the photos came out clear as a bell. The 'auto' setting is clever enough to take great photos under almost all circumstances. It's light, and yet large enough to hold comfortably.

It wasn't without its problems, of course. It wouldn't start up when I wanted it to (it has a sliding start button which brings to mind cranking up a Model-T), and it doesn't shut down when I expect it to. It frequently shifts into a twilight zone where it won't take photos and neither will it turn off completely. There is no low battery warning, and so my first inking of power trouble is when it flips into "Kodak Share" mode and then shuts off.

However, I was willing to trade all these negatives for great photos. Over time I have explored the other camera settings, and become aquainted with their faults. The macro setting in particular is weak: I had gotten used to the spectacular closeups available from my Canon, and this Kodak is a very poor substitute.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Digit on May 17, 2011
compared to my samsung 8.1 megapixel picture camera , i like this one way better...

i use regular AA batteries ... i thought i needed a special battery but found out i don't.

this camera takes the best looking natural pictures out of any of the camera's i have had... which is not many.

my experience is that any time flash is applied it causes un-natural glare... so i try not to use it when possible on any of my camera's , and i really like the ISO mode on this camera... i can take pictures in low light and still get a good picture.

i also like the make... it holds steady in my hand.

personal opinion: a tripod is a good thing with any high zoom camera.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By John Janaro on March 28, 2012
Before you read this review, I must warn you that I am only 14 years old (I am writing on behalf of my dad). Keep that in mind as you read this. I make no claim to be a photography expert. My dad and I bought this 2008 model at a local flea market for 40 dollars. The former owners made no complaints about it and it seemed to be a good camera. This is the second camera that I have had, although I have seen and worked with many others. There are many pros and cons to this camera. I'll start with the pros.

1. The zoom on this camera is phenomenal (12x). I wouldn't bother with the digital zoom.

2. There is little delay between pushing the shutter button and taking the picture.

3. It is constantly focusing and refocusing and if you have a stable hand you can get an extremely clear picture.

4. The lens is so large that the flash is not necessary for any setting (I haven't used it since day 1).

5. It has several specialized settings for particular scenes such as snow, sunset, beach, stage, mountains, etc. It has 2 timer settings one for 2 seconds and one for 10 seconds.

6. It has a gripper on the right side for easy handling as well as a strap.

7. Though it is big it is light for its size.

8. I fully agree with what another reviewer said about its durability. It has withstood many drops and crashes and even a slap shot at it.

9. Since it does not need to use the flash the batteries (I use AA rechargeable batteries) last a considerable amount of time. I would recommend getting about 8 rechargeable batteries and a charger and use those.

10. Though it only takes 8 MP pictures, they are very good, in fact just as good as the standard 14 MP picture.
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