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Kodak EasyShare Z885
Kodak EasyShare Z885

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Kodak EasyShare Z885

We've given the Z885 a grade of C+.

Editor's Review

The Kodak EasyShare Z885 keeps things interesting with a piano black body and an above-average 5x optical zoom. For point-and-shoot photographers who'd like a little extra boost in their shooting, that's a nice step above the typical 3x.


  • 8.1 megapixels
  • 5x optical zoom / 5x digital zoom
  • Auto focus
  • Auto and manual exposure
  • ISO 80-3200
  • JPEG file format
  • 2.5-inch LCD display
  • Movie mode with sound
  • Secure Digital memory (32MB internal)
  • 2 AA batteries
  • Part Number: EasyShare Z885
  • UPC: 041771685553
  • Release Date: May 01, 2007

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Kodak EasyShare Z885 Reviews

Kodak EasyShare Z885 Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

  • 5.0 out of 5
This camera Rocks!!!! (Judy — 07/01/2009)

I have had this camera over a year now and have never had any problems. Great in low light situations even when you use the video part of it. The video we have taken is awesome. We use it all the time and my husband puts all his videos of our poms on you tube. It's been knocked on the floor a few times and didn't see where the screen was so fragile. It never even got a scratch on it. If you want an easy to use camera this is it. We about another Kodak model and it wasn't near as good as this one so we gave it to my mom to use and she likes it. I would highly recommend this camera to anyone.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Love It (Alice Margins — 12/16/2007)

I got this for my birthday. I wanted more than just a typical point and shoot, and something that would give me phenomenal pictures with good color quality, and I got it. It works beautifully, and it can be as complicated or easy as you want it to be. Whats great is that you can take a pic in a dark room and it can look like all the lights are on. I'm still figuring it out, but so far its great. One downside, the screen is very fragile. I mustve dropped my old kodak a million times and it never broke, this is pretty delicate. Id def. recomend getting a store warranty if they offer one.