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Kodak Easyshare P880 8 MP Digital Camera with 5.8x Wide Angle Optical Zoom


Kodak Easyshare P880 8 MP Digital Camera with 5.8x Wide Angle Optical Zoom


The Kodak EasyShare P880 has a professional quality wide angle lens for enhanced creative capability. Capture images with clarity and detail using 8.0 MegaPixels of resolution. Share your creations with one-touch simplicity. Contrast & Sharpness – high, normal, low First burst mode – Approx. 2 fps, maximum 12 images in standard JPEG mode at full resolution Time lapse burst mode Adjustable Auto and Manual Exposure – Program mode (P) – Camera sets optimal shutter speed and aperture combination; Aperture priority mode (A) – Choose aperture, the camera sets shutter speed; Shutter priority mode (S) – Choose shutter speed, the camera sets aperture; Custom mode (C) – Allows you to create your own capture mode Auto/Manual/Macro Focus modes 2.5 inch LCD (6.4 cm) indoor & outdoor LCD with adjustable brightness settings Shutter speed – Automatic at1/2-1/4000 seconds, Manual at 16-1/4000 seconds Self-timer – 10 seconds, 2 seconds On-camera video editing, including trim, cut, split, merge, fast forward, and rewind Built-in electronic-flash EasyShare compatible – Dock is optional Weight without batteries – 17.6 ounces, 500 grams Dimensions – Width 4.5 Height 3.1 Depth 2.4 inches (115 80 60 mm)

  • 8-megapixel digital camera captures enough detail for photo-quality 16 x 22-inch prints
  • 5.8x optical zoom; 2.5-inch high-resolution LCD display
  • New RAW file support, with JPEG and TIFF capture; RAW editing with Kodak EasyShare software v5.1 (included)
  • Includes high-resolution electronic viewfinder and hot shoe flash connector and PC flash sync (built-in flash also included)
  • Powered by Lithium-ion battery (battery and charger included)

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  1. 110 of 111 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The EasyShare Flagship…, February 22, 2006
    By 
    S. Reddick “sredd68″ (Newark, NJ United States) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Kodak Easyshare P880 8 MP Digital Camera with 5.8x Wide Angle Optical Zoom (Electronics)
    This is the best of the current line of EasyShare cameras. The 8 megapixels, RAW, Manual Zoom and Focus rings. I’ve been using this camera for the past two to three months and I have to say it’s one heck of a camera. This camera is read to go almost as soon as you turn it on because it’s manual zoom there’s no need for the camera to run a check on the zoom motor. That check delays the readiness of most zoom cameras. It has multiple scene modes and the PASM manual modes plus three C (custom modes) in which you can save your favorite settings. It also has an improved video mode. This camera even has a “Bulb” mode (this is where you can set how long the shutter stays open by holding the shutter button up to 60 secs, helpful when the 16 maximum programmed shutter opening isn’t long enough). It has a hotshoe for an external flash gun (P20 Zoom Flash) which gives you more flexibility and power when the ambient light and the onboard flash isn’t good enough. Kodak has placed buttons on the back and top of the camera that control the most of the main functions of the camera with out having to bring up the main menu and search for them, they are White Balance, ISO, Metering, Flash, Focus, and Digital Zoom. This camera has so many options that I could spend the next hour writing about them. I really recommend going to the Kodak website and checking out the specs.

    Let’s get to the most important feature of this machine…the pictures. The quality is very good, the lens captures a lot of detail and is really sharp. My wife and I just had our second child, I brought the camera to the hospital and took some pictures of out newborn, some color and some black & white, they came out so well that we didn’t order the usual hospital photos. The results were so good that when visitors come to our home they find it hard to believe that the photos were not professionally done. I’ve also taken landscapes and macros with this camera and I must say I have not been disappointed yet.

    Now for the bad news… The auto focus sometimes hunts in low light and low contrast situations which is not really a major problem because you can just turn the manual focus ring and adjust it until you’re satisfied. There’s a lot of noise over ISO 200 (can be corrected with a good noise reduction program i.e. Noise Ninja) and you only have ISO 800 and 1600 at 0.8 megs setting, which is really only good for the web. Slow write times for RAW and Tiff modes and the camera is pretty much inoperable while the camera writes to the memory card. No burst mode when shooting RAW and Tiff modes.

    All in all this is one of the best cameras out now. It’s really a flexible piece of equipment and a very capable backup for DSLR users that have tired of carrying all the extra equipment that goes with owning a DSLR. It is also a very good camera for those not quite ready to make the jump to a DSLR but find they are ready to spread their photographic wings. I recommend it wholeheartedly. Check out the customer images (most of them are mine), very little or no post processing…judge for yourself!

    ****EDIT**** Kodak has recently released a firmware upgrade for this camera that decreases shutter lag, improves the auto focus and exposure and adds a pixel remapping program to remove any malfunctioning pixels on the sensor. I upgraded mine and I highly recommend anyone that owns this camera to do the same. It makes a world of difference in its operation.

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  2. 42 of 42 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    I Am Pleased With This Camera, But…, February 17, 2006
    By 
    Terri L. Doney (Holmes, NY) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Kodak Easyshare P880 8 MP Digital Camera with 5.8x Wide Angle Optical Zoom (Electronics)
    It takes beautiful pictures, sharp, gorgeous color, etc, but it is darned slow to write the higher the resolution. Forget writing in Tiff and Raw if you are taking any pictures that need a fast write speed. Tiff and Raw are only good for portraits and nature. This is not the camera to chase the little ones around with, but my son is now 9 so not much chasing is going on. It is a wonderful portrait or landscape camera though and that is what I purchased it for. It can go all the way down to 1/4000 shutter speed which is excellent, but I am still playing with it in low light situations. It is nice to have an understanding of how cameras work, and when you do, you can use this to it’s advantage. It is a nice alternative to dSLR’s where you spend more for the lens than the body. I can’t justify that at the present time as this meets my needs. I do also have a very fast Minolta Dimage Z2 which my son now uses in case we need something with speed. If you are chasing little ones around, you will not want this camera. If you take mostly portrait, landscape, flowers and such, you will love this camera.

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  3. 31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    It should get 4.5 stars, but I wasn’t given that option…, June 30, 2006
    By 
    1RunningMama (California) –

    This review is from: Kodak Easyshare P880 8 MP Digital Camera with 5.8x Wide Angle Optical Zoom (Electronics)
    There are many PROS to this camera:

    - Kodak quality color (the BEST out there)

    - 24mm wide-angle lens (great for more creative pics)

    - 8MP and TIFF and RAW formats

    - Li-Ion rechargeable battery (no more AAs)

    - Hot shoe flash attachment (see CON about the flash)

    - Fully manual options (good if you’re a photography enthusiast or student)

    - Lens has optional adapter to attach additional lenses

    - The camera even takes video!

    - DSLR features but much smaller, more convenient size.

    - I purchased this camera online for only $399 – you can’t get all these features for a better price!

    And now for the CONS:

    - SERIOUSLY SLOW WRITE SPEED. This was a SERIOUS issue for me. I realized that after I would take a picture, the camera was temporarily inoperable because it was writing the picture to the memory card. A “in progress” message would come on the screen and I was forced to wait – sometimes up to 8 seconds – before I could take another picture or review the one I had just taken. I was about to return the camera because of this. But I downloaded the recent firmware release from Kodak – write speed got a tiny bit better. And then I purchased a pro-quality super-fast secure digital memory card: the SanDisk Extreme III. I found it online for $70 and it makes a WORLD of difference. Don’t buy this camera without that memory card!!

    - The pop-up flash isn’t positioned high enough. My pics usually have a darkened area at the bottom. Hot shoe flash attachment would solve that issue though.

    - One last minor con is that the LCD screen could have more pixels. It’s size of 2.5 inches is great but a csreen that size should have more pixels. The images on the screen look a bit grainy.

    All in all, I LOVE this camera. If the cons I mentioned above were fixed, it would be the perfect camera for me.

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