Kodak EasyShare M583
Released June, 2011
The Pros:Very sleek, aesthetically pleasing casing. Crisp, vibrant image quality. Powerful performance in a very compact size.
The Cons:LCD display is very hard to see in direct sunlight. Lacks any kind of time/date stamp option. Of the 64MB of built-in storage, only 28MB is available for use with only microSD expansion.
The Kodak EasyShare M583 is an entry-level, compact digital camera released in 2011 alongside the M522, M532, and M552. It is the most powerful unit in the series, as it incorporates a larger 3.0” LCD display and a much more powerful 28mm, wide-angle 8x optical zoom lens.
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The former means it’s easier to playback videos, while the latter translates to better quality images. It also captures 720p videos and includes a Share function for tagging content, and then having it automatically uploaded to one’s computer upon establishing a USB connection. There’s also the option to have certain files automatically emailed or forwarded to a social network.
- Compact Digital Camera
- 14MP Sensor
- 28mm Wide-Angle 8x Optical Zoom
- 3.0" LCD Display
- HD Still Image Capture
- 720p Video Capture
- One-Touch Record
- Smart Capture
- Face Recognition
- Multiple Scene/Artistic Modes
- Image Stabilization
- Scene/Art Effects
- Kodak Share
- Li-Ion Battery
- USB AC Adapter
- Wrist Strap
- USB Cable
- 1-Year Warranty
- Kodak EasyShare M583 Black | 8627630
- Kodak EasyShare M583 Red | 8146847
- Kodak EasyShare M583 Purple | 1596683
- Kodak EasyShare M583 Blue | 1819457
User Reviews (2)
Very sleek, aesthetically pleasing casing.
Crisp, vibrant image quality.
Powerful performance in a very compact size.
Auto settings mode works great in almost any situation.
LCD display is very hard to see in direct sunlight.
Lacks any kind of time/date stamp option.
Of the 64MB of built-in storage, only 28MB is available for use with only microSD expansion.
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