Kodak EasyShare Z1275 Brief Review


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  • 12 megapixels
  • 5x optical zoom / 5x digital zoom
  • Auto and manual focus
  • Digital image stabilization
  • Auto and manual exposure
  • JPEG file format
  • 2.5-inch LCD display
  • ISO 100-1600
  • Movie mode with sound
  • HD Video Settings (1280 x 720 / 30fps, MPEG-4)
  • Continuous video recording (Up to 80 minutes / 2GB)
  • Secure Digital memory storage (64 MB internal)
  • 2 AA Batteries
  • Release Date: 2007-06-19
  • Final Grade: 66 3.3 Star Rating: Recommended

3.3 Star Rating: Recommended

Kodak EasyShare Z1275
12 megapixels; 5x optical zoom / 5x digital zoom; Auto and manual focus; Digital image stabilization; Auto and manual exposure; JPEG file format; 2.5-inch LCD display; ISO 100-1600; Movie mode with sound; HD Video Settings (1280 x 720 / 30fps, MPEG-4) ; Continuous video recording (Up to 80 minutes / 2GB); Secure Digital memory storage (64 MB internal); 2 AA Batteries
By Digital Admin, Last updated on: 6/6/2014

Try a newer Kodak, like the Z950. Here's what we had to say about the Z1275 when it was released in June 2007:

The Kodak Z1275 is a mid-rage zoom camera that keeps it nice and small. The 5x optical zoom is a nice boost, and will give photographers a little extra range without bulking up the body too much. The 12-megapixel sensor is massive, certainly the largest we've seen in any camera as of the Summer of 2007. Such a large megapixel count will let you produce digital prints up to 30" x 40" if you wanted. Maybe that's overkill for the average person, but the editing and cropping potential is nice for advanced users. Furthermore, the Z1275 features HD-quality video recording. It can take videos in 720p high definition resolution for up to 80 minutes (provided you use a 2GB memory card). In many ways, this makes the Z1275 something of a hybrid digital camera/camcorder; a very versatile little gadget for people who might have a need for a dual-use device.


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