Kodak Easyshare V803 Reviews

Cameras.co.uk has a review of the Kodak Easyshare V803 and writes, “At first glance I was impressed by the quality of the photos I took with the Easyshare V803. When I looked closer I found some issues that concerned me. These include noise levels and general soft focusing. … Often when reviewing digital cameras it is difficult to come up with compelling reasons why a digital camera should be bought or why it should be avoided. This is true of the Kodak Easyshare V803. It does some things very well, such as producing a bright indoor portrait and also a bright macro shot. There are though one or two significant areas where it didn’t perform as I would have liked it to.”

ePhotoZine has a review of the Kodak Easyshare V803 and writes, “The headline feature of the camera is a whopping 8Mp resolution in a compact body at a very affordable price. With such a low price other features have to be sacrificed, so it’s just a paltry 3x optical zoom and this is pretty poor, lacking any kind of smoothness when zooming in. What’s perhaps less palatable is that the zone metering system isn’t very good, losing highlights on shots where it blatantly should pick up the bright areas right in the middle. Also, the focussing is somewhat hit and miss and gives up very easily. Throw in noisy images and only the fact that it’s a cheap 8Mp camera and that the colour rendition is pretty good saves this from a good hiding. Even so, the performance is lacking in almost every department, and so it can only be recommended if you really need a big resolution at a very low price.”

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