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Kodak EasyShare Z5010 Digital Camera Bundle with 21x Optical Zoom and HD Video Capture (Includes Rechargeable Batteries, HDMI Cable, 8 GB Memory Card)

by Kodak
4.6 out of 5 stars 107 customer reviews

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  • 14-megapixel resolution; HD video capture
  • 21x optical zoom Schneider-Kreuznach lens; optical image stabilization; 25mm wide angle
  • 3-inch LCD screen
  • Kodak's Share button makes sharing your videos and pictures as simple with One Button Upload
  • Bundle includes (4) Ni-MH rechargeable batteries, (4) alkaline batteries, HDMI cable, and 8 GB memory card
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Product Description

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Kodak EasyShare Camera / Z5010

Product Description

Bring your world closer for everyone to see.With its 21X optical zoom, 25 mm wide-angle lens, Smart Capture, and a fast click-to-capture speed, the Kodak EasyShare Camera / Z5010 makes it easy take stunning images in an instant from any distance. Then, press the Kodak Share button to tag to e-mail, Facebook and more. Just press to impress.
Kodak Z5010
When inspiration strikes, you won’t miss a shot. The Kodak EasyShare Z5010 Camera  delivers crisp, beautiful pictures that boost your reputation as the best photographer in the family, if not the neighborhood. Bring your world closer for everyone to see. And once you connect to your PC, your pre-tagged shots will automatically upload to e-mail and your favorite sharing sites with the Kodak Share button app. Just press to impress.

FeaturesOnly KODAK Digital Cameras allow you to simultaneously share to multiple social networks and e-mail1.

Kodak’s Share button makes sharing your videos and pictures as simple with One Button Upload:
    • Just press Share when in review mode
    • Choose your favorite sharing destinations: Facebook, e-mail, Kodak Gallery and Kodak PULSE Digital Frames2, and other popular sharing sites
    • Connect your camera to your computer or insert your memory card and your videos or pictures are automatically uploaded to the destination(s)1
Kodak’s exclusive Share Button:
    • Automatically shares when you connect to a PC1
    • Tags to the largest number of socialnetworks3
    • Uploads friend tags to Facebook
          • Automatically saves up to 20 people tags
          • Instantly recognizes up to five faces in a single image
          •Makes finding and tagging friends easy

Scene and color modes: Get great shots time after time with multiple scene modes, including ortrait, landscape, flower, night portrait, night landscape, fireworks, self-portrait, high-ISO, children, backlight, candlelight, sunset, sport, stage, panorama, and bright

Shoot video the moment it happens:HD video recording is right at your fingertips with our convenient dedicated video record button, which allows you to capture 720p HD

Program and manual mode: Allows you to adjust nearly every aspect of your image, such as: color, white balance, focus, exposure, ISO, shutter speed, aperture, and more

On-camera video and picture editing: Allows you to trim and convert video into action stills up to 9 frames as well as crop, picture rotate, and apply Kodak Perfect Touch for ultimate sharing

Beautiful pictures, more often—automatically
Powerful 21X Wide-Angle Optical Zoom. The 21X SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH VARIOGON Wide-Angle Optical Zoom Lens (25 mm equivalent) was designed to zoom in closer and faster to deliver crisp, steady shots for extrordinary creative performance.

FeaturesKodak's Smart Capture feature: Beautiful pictures, more often-automatically
Become a better photographer with a smarter camera. Kodak’s innovative Smart Capture feature automatically identifies the scene and adjusts camera settings for a great picture in just about any environment
    • Intelligent scene detection—analyzes the scene to give you better pictures under various conditions
    • Intelligent capture control—automatically adjusts camera exposure, focus, and ISO for clear pictures in any environment, even in low light
    • Intelligent image processing—reduces noise and clears up dark shadows for vibrant, crisp details and true-to-life colors

What’s In the Box: Everything you need to shoot and share
  • Kodak EasyShare Camera / Z1050
  • (4) Kodak Batteries AA
  • (4) Kodak Ni-MH Rechargeable Batteries AA
  • Memory Card
  • Lens cap
  • User Guide

Warranty: One Year

1 All Kodak digital still and video cameras manufactured in 2011 or later.
2 KODAK PULSE Display and KODAK Gallery support still pictures; video not supported.
3 Sharing sites vary by region

Product Details

Style: Camera Bundle
Manual [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 4.9 x 4.1 x 3.6 inches ; 15.7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds
  • ASIN: B005KG3NW6
  • Item model number: Z5010
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,937 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: September 13, 2011

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Three stars stands for "It's Okay" in the Amazon review system.... Just "okay"
I must say, I'd love to see Kodak be the number one USA digital camera maker, they have been in the photo industry so very long and have been a respected camera company for decades.
Sticker on the bottom says this one is made in Indonesia.

I'll have to judge photo quality against our Canon Powershot A630 & A640 in the same price range, I use more expensive Canon cameras but unfair to compare to this price range.

Kodak must have designed the Z5010 to hit a price point I guess, since it's the latest 2011 release but is far less in the specifictions and features than their slightly more expensive (MSRP) Z990 MAX that came out earlier this year.

After a hundred test shots in various situations and lighting I find it will take decent photos when there is lots of nice bright sun, and will take some okay photos with the built in flash, but makes way too much noise if you use it for low light photography.

Most all the shots I've taken are pretty soft at all settings... All cameras have a "sweet" spot but so far I've not been able to find one with this camera. 14 whopping MP and you can't crop in more than a couple of steps before the shot turns to a mess. I don't want to post photos here since most any will look good at the greatly reduced display size showing on Amazon.

The Z5010 lists "IS" Image stabilization but I can't see that it works much or at all, so many motion blur shots without that much hand shake on my part. Same with the video IS

Start up times from off are pretty good at around 4 seconds

Controls are fast and easy to use

Fast one button press to go from camera to photo review and back again...
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First I'd like to say that if you already own or prefer Kodak cameras, you will probably like this one. I think Kodak has a large following of brand-loyal users who have stuck with Kodak since film camera days. Kodak isn't my first choice for digital cameras; my opinion is the Fuji line has better picture quality. The pictures I've taken with this camera are too soft for my own personal preference. Maybe you like softer photos though. I also found it odd that outdoors on an overcast day at 4 PM that the flash would pop up and fire when on other cameras it would not under the same circumstances. I couldn't decide whether to give this camera 3 or 4 stars, it's OK and I like it, but there are other better cameras I love.

> The Mode Dial seems substantial and I like the clicking sound it makes when dialing it.
> Burst Mode (easy access on top of camera shared with self-timer button): You can hold the shutter down and take up to 31 pictures at once, depending on the picture size you have chosen - this ranges from 8 to 31 shots, one after another (but you cannot use the flash with burst).
> HD videos - 720p and they seem fairly decent quality so far - I uploaded a short video on YouTube under the user name Yarii41.
> You can choose to put the date on the picture (or not) in the set-up menu.

> Battery compartment door is flimsy. A little hard to close and latch down with the batteries inside.
> Zooming out to 21X can be somewhat blurry - a tripod is ESSENTIAL if you can't keep the camera steady.
> Lens cap - I prefer the other style that opens/retracts when the camera is turned on/off.
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A friend of mine asked the other day why anyone would buy a camera when their iphone took such quality pictures. Now this guy isn't a rube who thinks an iphone is the best quality out there, he knows that there are expensive cameras that take professional quality pictures are out there, DSLRs they are called. He wasn't dismissing those as much as he was questioning the need for the point and shoot models. Those are the cameras for people who don't fancy themselves photographers, they just want to take pictures.

That's the group I'm in. I like taking pictures, good pictures even, and often lots of them. But I don't want to spend a lot of time thinking about the camera or the lighting or the shot quality. I see something I like, I want to take a picture of it.

I have professional photographers for friends and while I envy their fancy cameras, and the pictures they take, I know I don't have the interest to put in the time to learn the details about all the specific settings, and the lingo that goes with it. I know a little, enough to get by, but like I said I just want to take pictures.

And because I often want to take pictures of things that are far away, like birds or scenery or other distant objects, I love the ultrazoom category of cameras that have arisen in the last decade. They provide a great ability to zoom in, without having to pay thousands of dollars for a fancy lens.

My first ultrazoom was the Canon S2IS, which I loved. When it finally broke, I got a SX20IS. I like it, though honestly I think the S2IS took better pictures. While the larger megapixel size (14MP!) sounds more impressive, the trouble is that the sensor in the camera doesn't really translate higher quality, just bigger picture size.
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