Kodak EasyShare Z950 Review

4.0
September 17, 2009 | Gavin Stoker |

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#1 Glenn Fernandes

This model has a decent look. It is very easy to operate. The features are really very nice. I like the Kodak Smart Capture feature. Beginners as well as experienced photographers will love using this camera.

6:19 am - Monday, September 21, 2009

#2 r4i firmware

I love Kodak Easy Share Cameras. This is my 5th one. I gave two of them to my children who also love them. I love getting the newest models. I have not found a point and shoot that I like better and I have tried several other brand name cameras.

5:49 am - Tuesday, December 15, 2009

#3 Arkabrata chattopadhyay

I have brought the camera in India on February’ 2010. The camera has a satisfactory product. indoor as well as outdoor. Video quality is to good in this range, but Batary condition is not up-to the mark as Li-on slot. its give only 200-225 snap after one time charging

12:56 pm - Wednesday, March 24, 2010

#4 Charalabos

In the specifications it says that the f-numbers it supports are f/3.5–f/4.8
But in one of the sample images it says that you used f/8.5 ! Is this a mistake or can you really set it at f/8.5?

5:04 pm - Monday, June 28, 2010

#5 eniwetok

When it comes to the tiny battery, what was Kodak thinking??? It’s a PUNY 1050mAh battery… less that 40% of one modern AA rechargeable! Obviously it’s a ploy. When consumers realize how little life it has, they’ll have to buy 2 or 3 just to make sure they have enough power for any occasion. This camera isn’t mine. I would only buy a camera that still used AA batteries.

11:33 pm - Wednesday, August 11, 2010

#6 Kevin

I’ve got this camera and the Kodak Z915 as well. I’ve found that the only thing the Z950 has over the Z915 is a manual focus setting and HD video capability. As the Z950 sells for about $180 and the Z915 only $120, the Z915 is much the better buy. Plus, the Z950 has two rather annoying traits- one is that the case “creaks” when you push the top buttons. The other is that it has a useless and dorky illuminated HD logo on the top that serves no purpose and wastes power, which this power hungry camera cannot afford. Unless you really need HD video and can’t live with VGA video, buy the Z915.

3:23 am - Wednesday, November 17, 2010

#7 jp

Three of our six Z950 cameras have either needed lens repair or experienced the stuck-lens/drain capacitor/reinsert battery issue.

The failure rate and type are anachronistically unacceptable.

4:22 am - Saturday, March 3, 2012

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