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Kodak EasyShare V1233
The Kodak EasyShare has a 12 Megapixel sensor, capable of producing a print up to 30x40" poster prints without loss to resolution. Photos are also taken in high definition for viewing on HDTV's. The video functions feature MPEG-4 compression which will allow you to record more video using less memory and video book marking to mark specific spots in your video. The ISO 3200 allows for easier to see photos in low light situations.
- 12 megapixels
- 3x optical/ 5x digital zoom
- 2.5-inch LCD display
- ISO 64-3200
- HD Movie Mode with Sound (1280 x 720, 30fps, MPEG-4 codec)
- Lithium-ion battery
- Part Number: 8715740
- UPC: 041778722787
- Release Date: Dec 06, 2007
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Kodak EasyShare V1233 Reviews
Kodak EasyShare V1233 Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users
- 3.0 out of 5
If we look at its features, Its a best buy . because a 12MP HD camera for this price is great. but the main problem of this camera( In most of kodak cameras) is that its software gets hangd if you are taking pictures at relatively low temperature(around 10 deg.).
- 1.0 out of 5
I've owned this camera for about 1-1/2 years and it is far and away the most unreliable digital camera I've owned. We took it on our honeymoon last summer and took tons of photos. One of the last days of our trip, when I deleted one photo, the camera deleted ALL photos w/o warning. Called customer service when I returned and they told me I didn't know how to operate the camera, because this "couldn't happen". Sent it in for warranty repair (had to pay for shipping myself) and it came back with a whole new computer board inside. Worked fine for a few months and then on vacation last week it just shut down. Won't charge, won't turn on or off. That's it, I replaced it with another brand! As someone else said to me, what good is a camera if you can't rely on it when you're on vacation? This camera has never been dropped or exposed to water or dust; we treat cameras very carefully in my household. Don't waste your money on this one, you'll be replacing it within a year or so!
- 4.0 out of 5
This camera is a really good camera, it takes really good photos. I took a lot of marco and landscape shots, but the only problem with this camera is that its kind of an easy breaker. My lens broke the first time. Then my screen, but I could still take photos with the broken screen, and it was pretty cool quality, I could make like 8x10 photos, and they would look crystal, crystal clear. I hope someone buys this camera, its a really good one. Just be careful with it. Its priceless. :D
And, buy insurance?
- 1.0 out of 5
This camera broke twice in less than 10 months. the first time it would turn off as soon as you turned it on. So I sent it in and it was gone for a month. (I of course had to pay to ship it) When I got it back I used it for two weeks and now horizontal lines appear on almost ever picture I take. I contacted Kodak's customer support again and they told me the camera was now out of warranty, despite being gone for a month to be repaired. When I explained to them my situation they said I can have the camera repaired again for $80 plus tax and shipping or get a new camera from their store for 15% off. The low quality of Kodak's product and the "too bad" way their customer service treated me with was appalling. I will never buy from Kodak again.
- 5.0 out of 5
...I have ever own. It produces the best pictures I have taken. I love the features, and it is one again so very simple to use. :)
- 1.0 out of 5
Bought this as anniversary gift to my husband because it had sleek design, compact yet good enough size for his big hands, and it had Li-ion battery! Photos produced had white horizontal lines, worse when shot outdoors. No history of being dropped nor subjected to water or too much dust. Very carefully handled and rarely used (like 0-3 shots a day). Sent it back last week to Kodak for free repair (still covered by warranty, but what if it was just over a year?). Very expensive (bought it at $297 Nov 2007) for this disappointing outcome. (He had Kodak 4 MP prior to this that suddenly went dead—no nothing—and we suspected kids probably dropped it. Now with this event on the newer one, we are no longer sure whether the first one was dropped or it was a manufaturer's defect. Owned it for about 4 years. Good enough life span.)
Buy at your own risk. Higher MP is not better. Check out http://6mpixel.org/en/
I myself own Finepix F10 6 MP. Very satisfied with its performance, despite being abused to sprinkles of water/oil and dust (I use it for foodblogging photos). My first Finepix was 1 MP and lasted until I decided to upgrade to F10, despite having been dropped at least 3 times (one was at 4 ft ht protected only by a case). Quality wise, photos are comparable to those of kodak (or even better), but then that is subject to user's expertise level.