Kodak Z1485 IS

September 30, 2008 | Mark Goldstein | Digital Compact Cameras | 4 Comments | |

Kodak Z1485 ISThe Kodak Z1485 IS is a new 14 megapixel camera with 5x optical zoom lens. Quietly making its debut at last week’s Photokina show, the Kodak Z1485 IS features a focal length of 35-175 mm with optical image stabilization, ISO 100 to ISO 1600 (with 3200 and 6400 available at lower resolution), new Smart Capture feature which adjusts the camera settings for great pictures in just about any environment, a Manual mode that lets you choose both the aperture and shutter speed, and HD quality video recording. Available in black, blue and pink, the Kodak Z1485 IS costs $299.95 and is available now.

Update: We have a gallery of photos of the Kodak Z1485 IS - click the continue link below…

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#1 phillip

The Kodak Z1485 IS - is great little camera too a point i have only had this camera for just a week and already i have discoverd the when the standard
battery power go's and you put AA NHI-MHI IN the camera tells you the charged batter's are dead when there not thats the only fault with it unless
this was one out of the batch that i had .anybody knows different please tell me . happy shooting

8:59 pm - Friday, May 8, 2009

#2 Greg

Would it work with KODAK EASYSHARE PRINTER DOCK PLUS, quite old printer by Kodak.

Can I use PICBRIDGE or USB cable??


11:58 pm - Tuesday, September 1, 2009

#3 Richard

What is an Error LO3 on a blue screen? Camera has been a problem since early when the battery was used up and we changed to AA's. Koda Easy share Z1485 IS model. Thanks

4:06 pm - Sunday, August 22, 2010

#4 Tig

Greg yes I think it works with that device. Do not have one but saw that easy share printer in the manual and in software options available (as with drivers for downloading from Kodaks web site for the camera). [Sidenote: Have a different printer so did not need to necessarily purchase easy share printer.]

I have this and used it with the Kodak Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery/KLIC 8000 (available separately). Does anyone know the shelf life for one of these batteries? We have recharged it about 14-18 times in the last 12 months of use. Last time I put it on the charger, camera worked fine. The charger showed a green light when it was done charging, but when we put it back in the camera, it did not come on. Tried adjusting the knobs on top and do not get any activity. (It only goes in one way. So it cannot be put in backwards.)

If any one uses these batteries alot, please post and let us know how often you have to replace them or how many recharges you get, or it you occassionally get one battery that does NOT perform well, compared to similar batteries of the same make (KLIC 8000).

Other thoughts:
The panorama feature works well. On zoom images can be out of focus if you do not hold camera steady, so the optical image stabilizing feature did not seem to work well for me. I ended up using a pole, to help stabilize when standing and zooming for improved quality.

As for battery, does anyone know the shelf life of a LI-rechargable; Kodak Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery/KLIC 8000? (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000H92BTM/ref=olp_product_details?ie=UTF8&me;=&seller;= )


5:49 am - Monday, September 27, 2010