With a large touchscreen and sharing functionality built-in, this budget compact seems perfect for younger users on a tight budget. The What Digital Camera Kodak Easyshare Touch review digs deeper to see whether it's a winner all round...
Kodak Easyshare Touch Review
Value & Verdict
Kodak Easyshare Touch review – Value
Compacts with 460k-dot capacitive touchscreens are practically non-existant for anywhere near this price, so if this is what you’re buying it for it’s an absolute steal. If, however, you’re looking for the best image quality at the lowest price, you can do far better elsewhere.
Kodak Easyshare Touch review – Verdict
The Easyshare Touch has by far the best touchscreen for a compact of this price, and it’s full of clever and intuitive touches which simplify its operation, but there’s plenty of room for improvement with its images.
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White Balance:Auto, daylight, tungsten, fluorescent, open shade
Memory Card:microSD, MicroSDHC, internal memory 64MB
LCD:3in capacitive touchscreen LCD, 460,000 dots
Exposure Modes:Smart Capture, Program, 16 scene
Metering System:Multi, center-weighted, spot
Sensor:1/2.3in CCD, 14.5MP total, 14MP effective
Connectivity:USB 2.0, micro-HDMI
Flash Modes:Auto, fill, red-eye reduction, off
Weight:150 g (including battery and memory card)
Power:Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery KLIC-7006 (supplied)
ISO Range:ISO 100-1600
Shutter Speeds:1/8–1/1600 sec. (up to 8sec. in Long Time Exposure mode)
File Formats:JPEG, MotionJPEG