Review of Kodak EasyShare C875

by Johan on December 22, 2006

Review of Kodak EasyShare C875

PCmag has a deep review comprehensive reviews the Kodak EasyShare C875 camera. This sleek camera features a 8.0MP CCD sensor, 5x Schneider-Kreuznach Variogon optical zoom lens, 32MB of internal memory, an SD/MMC card slot, and video recording capabilities (30fps @ 640 x 480). Here is the verdict.

In my experience, Kodak has consistently offered well-performing point-and-shoot devices, and I was happy to see very little noticeable shutter lag in the C875. Resolution averaged 1,850 lines, which is excellent for an 8MP camera. The bootup time was a respectable 3 seconds, and the 1.7-second recycle time was excellent. There was no pincushion distortion in my test shot, but there was a little more barrel distortion than I’d like to see, especially with just a 37mm wide-angle end of the zoom.

Via PCmag.

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