Kodak EZ 200 Reviews
Product Type: Kodak digital cameras
Description:Model ID 129-4529 / Kodak EZ200 - Digital camera - 0.35 Mpix - black / The Kodak EZ200 Digital Camera is an exciting way to get started with digital photography. This small, affordable, easy-to-use camera lets you take still pictures and videos and transfer them right to your ... more
Kodak EZ 200 ... computer for viewing and sharing. The EZ200 camera does not store pictures on a memory card; instead, the camera comes with 4 MB of internal memory for still or video picture taking, powered by 4 AAA batteries when used away from the computer or by USB connection use while connected to the computer.
With its pocket-perfect design, you can take the EZ200 anywhere and snap spontaneous shots easily - just point and shoot. Create short video clips, too. Then e-mail your memories with ease. The EZ200 is also a USB-connected webcam, so you can make live video calls or create personalized video with audio. Its burst mode lets you grab action sequences. And the USB port and Kodak Software make it easy to connect to your computer. With the EZ200, you won't miss a moment. The EZ200 delivers VGA quality that makes pictures perfect for e-mailing, posting on websites, and printing. And its internal memory makes it easy to capture and store up to 128 pictures.
Newest Review: ... Picture quality is not exactly impressive either with a complete lack of a built in flash meaning that pictures can only be ... more
Customer Kodak EZ 200 Reviews (3)
by - written on 31/03/01, updated on 31/03/01 (Very useful, 210 readings)
The EZ200 from Kodak is one of the many low-budget digital cameras which are appearing on the market at the moment. Weighing in at a delightful £90(approximately) there really is little to argue about pricewise but what exactly is it that you get for your money?... Well, the EZ200 allows you to take still photographs, record movies and has the ability to behave just like a webcam. Sounds good? Well movies are a maximum of 10 seconds long, which is not exactly brilliant but we are talking of a very cheap camera here. Picture quality is not exactly impressive either with a complete lack of a built in flash meaning that pictures can only be taken in well lit areas ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/02/01, updated on 13/02/01 (Very useful, 195 readings)
I bought my Kodak EZ200 about two weeks ago, and it has been nothing but a blessing. I have auctions on yahoo, and have up to now had to try and get things to squeeze under my scanner. I can now just point and click, and it is on my computer in seconds! I also hate having to buy film, and having to go and have it developed, so this camera is great, as I dont have to do any of those mundane things. I have wanted a digital camera for months, but they were always too pricey for me, but I went to toys r us and found this one for under £100. I was a little apprehensive, after all you usually get what you pay for, but I thought I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/01, updated on 12/01/01 (Useful, 80 readings)
OK, so the pictures are not the best, but it is quite a cheap camera at around £120, it is very versatile and is extremely easy to use. A great point about this camera is that it comes with a 9 foot USB cable which means you can practically walk aroud the house with it! If you prefer 4AAA bateries will enable portable use. As a still camera, the EZ200 has 4MB of internal memory which has no upgrades or removable memory media, it sissufficient for up to take up to 64 VGA-resolution color pictures (640 by 480 pixels). You can also choose Quarter-VGA mode (320 by 240) and get up to 128 pictures. The camera can then be hooked back up to your ... Read the complete review
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