Kodak S-1 Micro Four Thirds Hands-on Photos

March 20, 2014 | Mark Goldstein | Compact System Camera, Lenses | 5 Comments | |
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Want to see exactly what the new Kodak S-1 compact system camera looks like in the flesh?

Check out our extensive hands-on gallery of photos of the Kodak S-1 compact system camera, including the black and white versions and the three new lenses (12-45mm, 42.5-160mm and 400mm fieldscope).

A gallery of 60 hands-on photos of the new Kodak S-1 compact system camera.

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#1 Steve

Product shots aren't good - I can't even make out if the 12-45 is f/6.3 or f/6.7, although it hardly matters - f/6_anything is an instant fail.

12:34 am - Friday, March 21, 2014

#2 Dan

Can I ask how did the camera feel when you were holding it? It seem to have a cheap plastic look but I have heard it does look better in the flesh. Have to say the lenses do look cheaply made.

1:12 pm - Friday, March 21, 2014

#3 Mark Goldstein

Steve, it's f/6.3.

Dan, the S-1 body felt surprisingly good in the flesh, certainly on a par with some of the cheaper CSCs on the market.

The lenses have an all-plastic construction that wasn't so good, however, and didn't match the quality of the body.

1:16 pm - Friday, March 21, 2014

#4 Dan

Cheers, looking forward to your review it (And the Sigma Quattro....please please please).

9:31 pm - Friday, March 21, 2014

#5 Shamael

that was a short story, except what it looks like, we know nothing of interest yet.

7:17 am - Saturday, March 22, 2014