Kodak EasyShare C142
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Great value - many features at a low, entry-level price. Takes great pictures outdoors in bright sunlight.
The Cons:Uses AA batteries - no included recharging option. Made with flimsy plastic. Stability issues - will sometimes freeze, requiring the batteries to be removed.
The Kodak EasyShare C142 is a basic consumer camera built for ease of use. It captures images in 10 megapixel detail and has a 3x digital zoom. Kodak software enables a one-button upload to applications like Flickr and Youtube, and a host of on-board features helps to automatically adjust the camera to a variety of conditions for good looking photos.
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The camera's Smart Capture feature determines the correct aperture and shutter speed based on the scene's composition. This works together with face detection to make sure that everyone appears as clearly as possible. Blur reduction functions work together with a high ISO rating to capture fast action shots, even in low light. Other picture editing functions that can be performed on the camera include cropping, undo-delete, picture rotation, self-timer, and text tagging.
- 10 Megapixels
- 3x digital zoom
- One button upload to web
- Smart Capture
- Face detection
- Blur reduction
- Records video
- High ISO
- Picture enhancing and editing
User Reviews (2)
great value - many features at a low, entry-level price
takes great pictures outdoors in bright sunlight
uses AA batteries - no included recharging option
stability issues - will sometimes freeze, requiring the batteries to be removed
takes poor indoor and night photos
slow shutter speed - not great for action shots
included Kodak software is a nightmare to use
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