Kodak EasyShare C195 Review

Posted by Stefan on September 13th, 2010 in Uncategorized | No Comments

The 3.8-inch Kodak EasyShare C195 digital camera is a fine combination of sturdiness and performance. Its 33-165 mm lens, image stabilizer (blur reduction), and a nice flowing silver line at the front left does make it more stylish and elegant. The camera is lightweight at 177 grams (with battery and SD card) and is considered to be an impressive HD quality picture taker. With a high ISO of up to 1000, it does better in low lighting conditions, than many of its counterparts. Not only is it a smart capture digital camera, but, has a broad dynamic range with enhanced smile detection and can take multi continuous shots – without compromising on image or video quality. This makes the Kodak EasyShare C195 a great choice in wedding, birthday parties or any other celebrations. It features a 14.5 megapixel camera and its 5X optical zoom lens (with a 5X digital zoom too) supports the optical image stabilization (OIS) technology that reduces blur due to camera shake when using a slow shutter speed. With the Digital Imaging Core (DIGIC) image processor, it captures moving objects effortlessly. The camera stores images on an SD/SDHC memory card with a maximum capacity of 4 gigabytes. The rechargeable Lithium or AA alkaline batteries can capture up to 180 minutes of VGA video recording or approximately 220 pictures on a single charge. It sports a mini USB jack, relocating stored media from camera to PC) after the PC is synchronized with Kodak EasyShare C195 using the propriety software). This stout little camera, with its sturdy wrist wrap, is available at a price of approximately $100. A quick check of the pricing at amazon reveal that the camera is available for $92.25 at the time of writing.

You can record HD videos at 30fps VGA (640 x 480) and QVGA (320 x 240) with complete ease. The internal memory is only 32MB, but with a SD/SDHC card slot can be expanded up to 4GB – allowing almost 300 full resolution of image captures and about 200 minutes of 640 x 480 video recording. Its low-distortion microphone helps you to capture clear audio, and the playback feature helps you view videos and images on a three-inch touch screen. The captured media can easily be transferred from the camera to the PC via a USB cable. You can even edit pictures or video with the built-in picture/video editor, with features like adding a date stamp, rotating the picture to either side, copy and paste stuff. This one-of-a-kind rugged pocked video camera can be purchased at all leading stores, online or offline.

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