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|Seller Notes:||“Good working condition with minor scratches-see pics.”|
|Optical Zoom:||12x||Screen Size:||2.5"|
|Weight:||12oz.||Type:||Point & Shoot|
|Features:||Auto Focus, Exposure Compensation||Connectivity:||USB|
|The Kodak EASYSHARE Z1012 IS digital camera is the perfect choice for both the beginning shutterbug and the seasoned pro. This Kodak digital camera has the ease of use needed for those just getting started, and the additional features that a professional would love. The 12X zoom is fast, making catching that special picture that much easier. The Kodak EASYSHARE1012 IS with 10.1 MP ensures crispness and clarity of printing. This digital camera is sleek in design, easy to carry, and offers the performance equal to camera equipment three times its size. With a 0.23 second click speed, this Kodak digital camera will make sure that the action shots are not missed, and have the clear, precise image of a professional shot. The Kodak EASYSHARE Z1012 IS has true HD-quality for both still pictures in 16:9 format, while the video uses less memory with MPEG-4 compression. Getting this digital camera will complete any photographer's needs.|
|MPN||132 4748, 1324748|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||100159157|
|Product Key Features|
|Features||Auto Focus, Exposure Compensation|
|Type||Point & Shoot|
|Additional Product Features|
|Light Sensitivity MAX||3200|
|MAX Video Resolution||1280x720|
|Exposure Compensation||±2 Ev Range, in 1/3 Ev Steps|
|Light Sensitivity||Iso 64, Iso Auto (64-1600), Iso 1600, Iso 400, Iso 100, Iso 3200 (3mpix), Iso 800, Iso 200|
|Exposure Metering||Center-Weighted, Multi-Segment, SPOT|
|Exposure Modes||Manual, Shutter-Priority, Automatic, Program, Aperture-Priority|
|Integrated Memory Size||32MB|
|Battery Form Factor||Standard Form Factor|
|Digital Video Format||MPEG-4|
|Additional Features||Exposure Compensation, Self Timer, 720p HD Movie Recording, Autofocus, Auto White Balance|
|White Balance||Daylight / Sunny (Preset), Tungsten (Preset), Fluorescent (Preset), Auto, Shade (Preset)|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||33-396mm|
|Special Effects||Low Color, Neutral, High Color, Black & White, Sepia|
|Supported Flash Memory||SDHC Memory Card, SD Memory Card|
|Flash Type||Pop-Up Flash|
|Auto Focus Type||TTL Contrast Detection|
|Still Image Format||JPEG|
|Camera Type||Point & Shoot|
|Shooting Programs||Night Landscape, Snow, Flower, Landscape, Night Portrait, Children, Portrait Mode, Fireworks, Text, Sports Mode, Back Light, Beach, Museum|
|Camera Flash Features||Auto Flash, Red-Eye Reduction Flash, Flash OFF!, Fill-In Flash|
|Screen Details||LCD Display-Tft Active Matrix-Color|
|Shooting Modes||Frame Movie Mode|
|Flash Modes||OFF! Mode, Fill-In Mode, Red-Eye Reduction, Auto Mode|
|Expansion Slot||1X SD Memory Card|
|Connector Types||1X USB, 1X Docking Station, 1X Composite Video/Audio Output|
|Microphone Type||Microphone-Built-In-Electret Condenser-mono|
|Microphone Operation Mode||mono|
|Focus Adjustment||Manual, Automatic, Autofocus & Manual Focus|
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Easy to use
Good image quality
Perfect camera for photographer
Several years ago I had a Kodak easyshsre z6012 which I loved. When Kodak quit the business I was heartbroken and thought I could no longer use the camera. My partner just gave me this camera - the 1012 - and I am thoroughly enjoying using it again. I don't like the pocket size point and shoot - I love the Kodak Easyshare 1012!
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: pdw200
Great compact camera with BIG zoom & good value!
I love the BIG zoom line of Kodak bridge cameras! The Z1012 has 10 Megapixels and 12x optical zoom, and it's light enough to be able to hold steady even zoomed out 12x. There's also an optical viewfinder if you prefer, rather that composing your shots from the LCD. Battery life is excellent with CRV3 or KLIC-8000 (or equivalent) rechargable battery packs. It also accepts up to class 10 SDHC flash memory cards. However, this particular camera arrived with a scratch on the front element lens, but the Kodak CCD sensor & software seem to be compensating for it as I've seen no evidence of the scratch in dozens of photos under every lighting condition.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: maui-babe
Nice basic camera
This is a great camera for a beginner [like me]. It is not tto complicated, yet offers all of the bells and whistles [except the lens is not removable hence the "Good" and not "Excellent" rating] of a much more expensive rig without the need to be a techno-geek. It feels great in the hand, is easy to manipulate, and the zoom focus is fast, sharp, and crisp. In the sport mode one can snap pix fast, furious, and timely at any event. Has the look of a much more expensive rig with the options to use it through the view finder or turn on the generous 2.5" view screen in the back. Te only drawback [and it is not a slight one] is that it is a battery hog. I used two of the throw away types rated for 300 pix each in less than 250 pix. I may have it set to an energy consumng mode, but as is it will double the cost quickly. I solved it by goin back out to eBay and bought an aftermarket charger for $18US. Have not had the chance to see how these batteries do, but it has to be cheaper than disposable batteries. All-in-all a great buy and a versatile camera. I highly recommend it for the beginner phtographer. Happy Hunting!
Good, inexpensive camera with lots of options
The camera is a good in-between for those that like point-and-shoots but would like DSLR-like options. Point-and-shoots tend to have lower optical zooms (usually in the 3X-6X range), while this camera has a nice 12X zoom with image stabilization. You can't change lenses like you could with a DSLR, but you can do a fair amount just with what you get in the Z1012 IS. On the usability side, the menus are pretty easy to figure out. If you get into some of the more manual controls, you do have to learn how to use a knob/button combination in the upper right corner to change settings, but if you are at the point where you are willing to adjust apertures, exposures, etc., you can probably learn how to use that spinning button:-) There can be a bit of a lag here and there when changing menus and storing photos (I'm using an 8GB class 10 card), but nothing horribly long. As far as power consumption. Make sure you get a rechargeable battery pack! I started off with basic AA batteries and went through 4 in about 10 pictures with the flash! Switching to rechargeable AA's resulted in a slight improvement (maybe two dozen photos before needing to change the batteries), but that still means carrying quite a bit of extra equipment around. I ended up purchasing a Kodak Klic-8000 and charger for under $10, and with that I can take a LOT more photos (I haven't actually gotten a low battery alert yet, and I used it at a basketball game where I took at least 30 pictures all with the flash on). If it is anything like my previous Kodak camera and battery pack combination, I expect to be able to get several hundred photos per charge. Lastly, let me mention one function that isn't often mentioned. This camera, like many point and shoot cameras, will record digital video. It takes up a fair amount of space (I'm calculating something like 8GB/1 hour or a little over 100MB/minute) and you have a cap of 29 minutes per individual session. But something you don't often see is that you can use the zoom function while recording. Most cameras lock the zoom lens, so you are stuck at whatever magnification you started off at! The noise of the motor controlling the lens isn't very loud, so zooming in and out isn't so bad while recording. Overall, if you can get a camera like this for under $100, you're doing well. If you are considering paying above that, you might as well move up to $199 and catch one of the newer Sony or Nikon cameras on sale.
Kodak EASYSHARE Z1012 IS 10.1
My opinion rollercoastered with this camera, bummed out, then not so. It eats batteries up. I used Eneloop rechargeables, and they would last about an hour, then the low battery Icon came on. However I could use it for quite awhile before it stopped working. The telephoto lens moves quick, so the camera loses focus, and you have to reacquire the image. The position of the zoom is awkward for me. It is so close to the eyepiece (I just prefer it over the screen). Zooming out and back is difficult to get my thumb on the rocker switch. I like to protect my investment with a uv lens. But the setup is ridiculous. I bought a lens and an adapter. It is a nutty tube then the filter screws on to it. The camera lens then goes back and forth inside this stupid tube. With no zoom, it has a port hole effect on the pictures. I threw it away. The flash is ok, but like all small digital cameras, not effective enough. Now after all that, the camera amazes me. I love the panoramic feature. It takes great movies, though I don’t like the mov format. The camera has many features, all of which I have not explored. I bought it for a trip to Disney World. And I have to admit it took great pictures. All in all I am happy with the camera. Especially the price, $160 @ auction, of course at Disney World it seems the Nikon D70 – D80 was all the rage. So the bottom line is the camera is packed with features and is a fun camera to use. And after two weeks at Disney World, I still haven’t explored all the features…HD pic etc.