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Kodak Easyshare Z7590 5 MP Digital Camera with 10xOptical Zoom

by Kodak

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  • 5.0-megapixel CCD captures enough detail for photo-quality prints up to 13 x 17-inch prints
  • 10x optical zoom Schneider-Kreuznach Variogon lens
  • 2.2-inch high-resolution indoor/outdoor display
  • Up to 80 minutes of continuous VGA (640 x 480) video with audio capture
  • Powered by lithium-ion battery (rechargeable battery and charger included); stores images on SD memory cards
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Kodak
  • Model: Z7590
  • Optical Sensor Resolution: 5 MP
  • Optical Sensor Technology: CCD
  • Optical zoom: 10 x
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Product Details

Product Manual [6.75mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 6 x 4 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00080APH0
  • Item model number: Z7590
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,312 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 28, 2005

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Transcend the ordinary with high zoom, pro-quality optics. A 10x optical zoom (35mm equivalent: 38-380mm) Schneider-Kreuznach Variogon lens gives you all the power you need to zoom in close with incredible detail. 3x advanced digital zoom lets you go the extra distance when you need it. 5.0 megapixels give you plenty of resolution to create stunning-quality prints up to 13 x 17 inches or crop without losing image quality. High-speed, low-light autofocus system with dual sensors with a remarkably fast 0.2-second click-to-capture speed, gives you sharp pictures even in challenging lighting situations.

Render every composition in sharp detail and true-to-life color.

  • Thanks to the exclusive Kodak Color Science Image Processing Chip, the Z7590 captures natural details, accurate flesh tones, bright whites, and rich colors even in difficult lighting situations
  • Each time you click the shutter, the Kodak Color Science Chip performs an instantaneous and advanced analysis of collected scene data to identify and correct multiple factors that influence picture quality
Never walk away with less than your best shot.
  • A large 2.2 inches (5.6 centimeters) high-resolution indoor/outdoor display and electronic view finder let you accurately compose your subject matter then evaluate the details of your picture before you move on
  • View brilliant, sharp images even in direct sunlight
  • Auto picture-rotation lets you to see your pictures right-side-up whether you shot it horizontally or vertically
  • 32 MB internal memory plus SD/MMC card expansion slot lets you keep shooting longer
  • Review modes let you fast-magnify up to 8X with zoom control, fast-scroll through pictures, or view multi-up
  • Convenient options let you protect pictures from accidental erasure and organize pictures into albums
Awaken the artist inside with a full palette of creative controls.

Manual controls

  • Exposure compensation--(+/- 2.0 EV in 0.3 EV steps)
  • Aperture--wide (f2.8-8.0) and tele (f3.7-8.0)
  • Shutter speed--automatic: 1/8-1/1700 sec.; manual: 16-1/1000 sec.
  • ISO equivalents--automatic: 80-160; selectable: 80,100, 200, 400, 800
  • Autofocus--multi-zone, center weighted, selectable: left, center, right
  • Exposure metering type--auto: TTL-AE matrix metering; selectable: multi-pattern, center-weighted, center spot
  • White balance--auto, daylight, tungsten, fluorescent, open shade
  • Flash compensation--1.0 EV in 1/2 EV steps
  • Flash mode--auto, red-eye, fill, off--for the right light every time
Custom mode
  • Custom mode allows you to create your own capture mode
  • The Z7590 remembers your settings until you change them
  • Set your preference for PASM, picture quality, jpeg compression, resolution, color, and sharpness
Program auto, aperture priority, shutter priority, and custom modes
  • Program mode (P)--camera sets optimal shutter speed and aperture combination
  • Aperture priority mode (A)--you choose aperture, the camera sets shutter speed
  • Shutter priority mode (S)--you choose shutter speed, the camera sets aperture
Histogram feature
  • Verify the exposure of your pictures using the histogram feature
Continuous shooting and bracketing modes
  • First burst mode--captures up to 5 frames in rapid succession at 2 frames per second
  • Last burst mode--captures up to 30 frames at 2 frames per second, with the last 4 frames saved
  • Autoexposure bracketing--3 images with user-selectable brackets (+/-0.3, +/-0.7 or +/-1.0 EV)
16 programmed scene modes
  • Portrait modes--portrait, self-portrait, night portrait, backlight
  • Landscape modes--landscape, night landscape, fireworks
  • Bright scene modes--beach and snow
  • Action modes--sport and children
  • Close-up modes--macro and flower
  • Party mode--use for photos of people in indoor setting in lower light
  • Text/Documents mode--ensures sharp text when photographing documents
  • Manner/Museum mode--use when sound or flash are not desired
5 color modes
  • High color
  • Low color
  • Natural color
  • Sepia
  • Black and white
Movie mode
  • Continuous video with audio and on-camera playback
  • Select VGA (640 x 480) at 12 frames per second for maximum resolution or QVGA (320 x 240) at 20 frames per second for maximum frame rate.
  • Shoot in continuous video mode or one of three optional video clip lengths
  • Up to 80 minutes depending upon size of external memory card
  • QuickTime video (MPEG-4 compression) format allows for universal sharing
Share your creations with one-touch simplicity
The Z7590 is part of the Kodak EasyShare System, so simple sharing starts right on the back of your camera.

  • Exclusive Share button lets you tag favorite pictures to print or email later
  • Favorites feature lets you share your on-camera collection at a moment's notice
Kodak EasyShare Software (included)
  • Works seamlessly with Kodak EasyShare Cameras and Docks to enable one-button transferring and sharing
  • The simple way to view, edit, organize, print, or view a slide show from your computer
  • Exclusive One Touch to Better Pictures feature automatically adjusts the settings on your inkjet printer to give you traditional-quality photos when printing on Kodak Inkjet Photo Papers
What's in the box
Kodak EasyShare Z7590 Zoom digital camera with 32 MB internal memory, high-capacity Kodak EasyShare Li-Ion rechargeable battery (1700mAh) and rapid battery charger kit, audio-video and USB cables, neck strap, lens cap with strap, Getting Started kit (with Kodak EasyShare software), custom camera insert for optional Kodak EasyShare camera and printer docks

Product Description

Create a digital masterpiece with this splendid Kodak EasyShare 5MP digital camera. Capture sharp detail with the 10x optical zoom plus 3x advanced digital zoom with the Kodak Retinar aspheric all-glass optical zoom lens. The camera creates vibrant, unbelievable quality prints up to 20x30" and has multi-zone autofocus with enhanced low-light performance. The LCD is a 2.2" high-resolution indoor/outdoor display and includes VGA video mode with audio. Other features include compatibility with Kodak EasyShare camera and printer docks; print, e-mail, and organize your photos with just one touch of the Share button; 32MB internal memory with SD/MMC card expansion slot; built-in flash with red-eye reduction; self-timer; real image optical viewfinder and Kodak EasyShare software. Imported. 2-4/5Hx2-1/5Wx3-4/5L".

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I have tried the different automatic settings and they are all blurry. The outside football pictures are good until the sun starts going down. (Which most games are played… Read more ›
This Camera takes great photos the only thing needed is a finger to push the button. I use one at work, one at camp and my wife has one too. Read more ›
I was IN LOVE with this camera! It took WONDERFUL pictures compared to my old camera- but in March of 2009, the "power ring" began sticking. I have to use something firm,… Read more ›
I love the fact that you can go in and change the settings and that makes for control over taking great pictures! This is my first real digital camera and I'm using it for… Read more ›
I used it quite a bit - the usual stuff - family parties,…Outdoor shooting was pretty good - especially if the lighting is good the camera gave pretty good pictures. In… Read more ›
My favorite feature is that it takes excellent, close-up portraits. They come out looking as good as a professional photograph from a studio. Unfortunately, we had a small… Read more ›
The pictures on the Kodak are very crisp. This camera is very easy to use. I am an ameture and have had great success with it. Read more ›
I am not a professional photographer, so wanted something easy to use, yet with excellent photos - this Kodak Easyshare Z7590 is perfect. I love the 10x Optical Zoom that I… Read more ›
Kodak Easyshare Z7590 is recommended with no hesitation for advanced amateurs or those who wish to become advanced amateurs and those professionals who want a second easy… Read more ›
It will also permit close-ups of my son playing baseball. Aside from the zoom, this camera sports all kinds of photographic niceties that are extremely easy to use. For… Read more ›
With so many new electronic gadgets - all with different buttons and ways of doing things - it's very good to see a device that has its features well organized, simple to… Read more ›
Have seen professional photographers work with all their different lens and equipment and that is great if one gets paid for their photos - but I wanted just an easy to use… Read more ›
When I first got it I thought the material would be more hard but even though it…The functions are easy to learn and if you love taking pictures youll love this camera. Read more ›
There is a number of built-in automatic modes, which is convenient for people who don't want to be bothered with shutter speed and aperture. The full automatic modes… Read more ›
Can still be a bit confusing, however, considering the number of settings, etc... I will admit, however, that the number of settings was a plus when trying to decide what… Read more ›
For example, the camera has a wheel that turns to different modes: (Automatic, Aperture, Shutter, Scene,…Each mode is clearly marked (for a change), and easy to identify. Read more ›
There is a number of built-in automatic modes, which is convenient…The full automatic modes produce high quality pictures if appropriate mode is selected for the scene. Read more ›
The few semi-automatic modes, in which you can adjust a subset of parameters, really make the camera…In the fully manual mode, you can control all settings on the camera. Read more ›
Histogram is useful for making sure your shots are balanced. Battery life is excellent with these cameras and two batteries lasted me 5 days in Disneyland without recharging. Read more ›
With the right memory card, you can store thousands of photos, although I usually upload after each photo shoot. The battery life is awesome. I just wish there was a… Read more ›
Flawlessly connects to all our computers (Mac with OS 10.2). Battery life is always a factor, and the Easyshare battery life is great! This is a perfect first camera for… Read more ›
With my Kodak, I have to recharge the camera maybe once every few months. We use the camera a few times a month and we are very happy with the battery life. The pictures… Read more ›
I was concerned when reviewing the pics…I love the rechargeable battery too-my HP digital camera goes through batteries like crazy...Also, the Amazon price is a SUPER deal! Read more ›
The histogram is an added plus as you can see and adjust the exposure before hand and the battery that lasts for more than 2,5 hours with full use of the LCD is great. The… Read more ›
I have yet to master it fully but I've bought many accessories for it and I'm excited to win yet…Durable and nice LCD screen as well as long lasting Lithium-Ion battery. Read more ›
It has good enough picture quality for the price. Nice build, big LCD screen... A couple of things bug me, though. In manual modes, the camera is still controlling the way… Read more ›
The big 2,2 inches (56 cm) LCD screen was my assistant in taking pictures under the harsh light of southern Mediterranean as it is a real bright screen and can been easily… Read more ›
I just know this camera takes excellent photos. They're very crisp, and the colors are true. My only complaint is the camera is horrible in low-light. Read more ›
However, if your are for more pale colors and smoother color-wise images, the free Kodak Easyshare software will allow you to manipulate images to your taste in a very easy… Read more ›
Well, it was very difficult to tell the difference between photos of…I like bright colors and contrast and this is how Kodak Easyshare Z7590 delivers the initial images. Read more ›
Feels comfortable in my hand but grip could be larger (my fingernails hit the side of the lens). The 10x zoom is great, and almost never seen in this price range. The… Read more ›
No regrets whatsoever!!! I love the zoom and the lens... pics almost look as if i took pics from my old 35mm camera. Read more ›
This condition gets worse as you get closer to the subject or if the camera is low to the ground (bright flash will appear on ground with a large empty area where camera… Read more ›
"Whoever came up with the redeye reduction system for Kodak deserves a raise -- their recent cameras have all faired well in our flash photo tests. That includes the Z740..." Read more ›
I LOVE this camera!!!!! It is very easy to use and easy to hold. It feels very stable in my hands!!!!. Read more ›
The pictures came out excellent! It's easy to use, the quality is great, and the price was right - I have no complaints. Read more ›
I think that the camera is good but it has flaws. Like in video mode you cannot zoom in or out while recording. You have to stop recording and adjust then start again. Read more ›
The weak flash makes this…Add the lens extender to protect the great lens and the flash output goes down even more since the light sensor is now behind the lens extender. Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

97 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Dimis on September 20, 2005
I reside in mainland Europe. I bought KODAK EasyShare Z7590 in June 2005. I have used a Canon AE-1 program with normal and telephoto 27-105mm lenses for the last 25 years. I have also used a digital HP C-20 1Mpxl. since 1999. I used to shoot on ASA100, 400 Kodak and Agpha films and on ASA60, 100 Agpha & Kodak slides. I mainly shoot portraits, landscape, close-ups. I consider myself an advanced amateur.

I have been waiting for digital SLRs to become cheaper as I did not want to reconcile my photo taking. I used HP C-20 for computer images only and therefore I carried both the Canon and the HP with me on trips.

What I liked in Kodak z7590 when I first read the specifications was its 10x zoom lense and its full auto and manual buttons. Theoretically it can not focus manually, however the auto focus motor along with the use of the zoom button have the same effect. But, tell me really, how many times have you focused manually with success on a multi-leaf flower. Kodak z7590 focused succesfully every single time with autofocus and macro mode enabled on a number of flowers in sunlight and the shade. I did not even have to change the focus area, which you can do on Kodak z7590.

The histogram is an added plus as you can see and adjust the exposure before hand and the battery that lasts for more than 2,5 hours with full use of the LCD is great. The big 2,2 inches (56 cm) LCD screen was my assistant in taking pictures under the harsh light of southern Mediterranean as it is a real bright screen and can been easily seen in a sunny day.

The 16 auto modes for almost any occasion will help you take nice photos the moment you want to. I have used them heavily and I rely on them fully.
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62 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Albert Yang on October 3, 2005
I owned this camera for three months so far and have taken over 600 pictures with a wide range of subjects. I am amazed with the quality of the pictures it produces. I own a Minolta SLR traditional film camera for years. This light weight and affordable Kodak produces pictures in comparable quality with the expensive film-based SLR. It performed flawlessly so far.

There is a number of built-in automatic modes, which is convenient for people who don't want to be bothered with shutter speed and aperture. The full automatic modes produce high quality pictures if appropriate mode is selected for the scene. The few semi-automatic modes, in which you can adjust a subset of parameters, really make the camera versatile. In the fully manual mode, you can control all settings on the camera.

I also use the flash light adjustment and exposure adjustment quite a lot to compensate for different lighting condition.

The interface is quit intuitive to use in my opinion, I rarely have to refer to the manual to figure out how to use certain feature. The information displayed on the LCD gives full details on various parameters.

Overall I would give it a five-start rating.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By C. Matherne on December 30, 2005
I have a love/hate relationship with the Easyshare line. I bought my first Easyshare (a DX4530) in March 2003. I initially bought it for my business. As a seller on eBay, I needed to be able to take pictures of my items without the time and expense of film developing. I was truly attached to film cameras for my personal pictures, as I was under the belief that digital cameras could never take as good of pictures as a film camera.

I was shocked to find out that my new Easyshare took pictures that were just as good as my film cameras! Within a week, I was using my Easyshare for ALL my pictures and my Olympus Stylus film camera (which I had just bought about 6 months prior) has been sitting in the drawer ever since!

One thing I LOVE about the Easyshare line is they have one of the best Redeye Reduction systems there is in this class! Of course, typically, cameras that are in the $1,000+ range will have a great Redeye Reduction, but, most cameras in the $500 or less range do not have very good Redeye reduction systems. Here is a quote from a review on another website:

"Whoever came up with the redeye reduction system for Kodak deserves a raise -- their recent cameras have all faired well in our flash photo tests. That includes the Z740..."

From: [...] -- Which, by the way, has thorough reviews of most digital cameras.

Both my DX4530 and the Z7570 that I just bought effectively got rid of Redeye. The only incidences in which it didn't work was when the person (my two year old son is a good example) won't look at the camera. The Redeye reduction works by having two flashes. The first flash gets the eyes used to the flash and the 2nd flash is the actual flash.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Avid reader on August 19, 2005
An excellent 5 megapizel 10X optical zoom camera - I highly recommend this camera for the following reasons:

Though not pocket sized, it is compact and light, extremely well designed, and does things that the tiny ones don't do yet. For example, its 10X optical zoom will allow me to take shots of my son when he appears on stage at school. It will also permit close-ups of my son playing baseball. Aside from the zoom, this camera sports all kinds of photographic niceties that are extremely easy to use. For example, the camera has a wheel that turns to different modes: (Automatic, Aperture, Shutter, Scene, etc.) Each mode is clearly marked (for a change), and easy to identify. And when any mode is selected, a printed explanation pops up on the camera's LCD screen. That is clear! That is nice!

My wife, who is a little less of a camera enthusiast than I, can simply turn the wheel to "automatic," and the camera takes over. She can turn the wheel to "video" just as easily, and home movies, sound and all, result.

With so many new electronic gadgets - all with different buttons and ways of doing things - it's very good to see a device that has its features well organized, simple to use and intuitive in design. For example, it makes sense to have all input and output connections placed together and out of the way on one side of the camera. And it also makes sense to have control buttons - well marked, different from each other and grouped together near the shutter release button.

Kodak did very well with this camera and so will you.

Sheldon N. Feinberg MD

Mount Sinai, NY
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