|Release Date in Philippines|
|Model||EASYSHARE Z650 Zoom Digital Camera|
|Compatible memory cards||mmc,sd|
|Internal memory||32 MB|
|Display diagonal||5.08 cm (2")|
|Display resolution (numeric)||201000 pixels|
|Ports & interfaces|
|Weight & dimensions|
|ISO sensitivity||100, 200, 400, 800|
|Flash modes||Auto,Red-eye reduction|
|Self-timer delay||2,10 s|
|Battery technology||Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH)|
|Battery type||KODAK EASYSHARE|
Reviewed on 2006-09-12
Around this time last month I reviewed the Kodak P712, a 12x zoom, 7.1 megapixel high-end camera costing around £300. This week I've got its kid brother on the test bench. Where the P712 was aimed at the enthusiast photographer market, the EasyShare Z650 ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-08-03
KODAKs EasyShare Z650 zoom it one of the latest models in its Z-series line. This 6.1-megapixel model offers aspiring photographers exceptional performance and greater photographic control through its professional-quality SCHENIDER-KREUZNACH VARIOGON ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-07-06
Full manual exposure controls; 10X optical zoom.
No image stabilization; noticeable fringing and artifacts; ISO 800 not available at full resolution; no manual white balance or focus; choppy video.
<b>Spec:</b> Digital camera, 6,100,000 pixels, LCD display - TFT active matrix - 2 in - Color<br /> <b>Good:</b> Full manual exposure controls; 10X optical zoom.<br /> <b>Bad:</b> No image stabilization; noticeable fringing and artifacts; ISO 800 not available at full resolution; no manual white balance or focus; choppy video.<br /> <b>Bottomline:</b> This budget superzooms price will garner interest, but the Kodak EasyShare Z650s performance and image quality will ward off enthusiasts.<br />Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-06-13
Vibrant, appealing color Good skin tones Auto white balance handles a wide range of lighting well Better than average exposure accuracy Good lens, generally low distortion (some chromatic aberration at wide settings though) Very simple user interface w......
Only average speed from shot to shot Slow to clear the buffer memory, and very slow shot to shot speed after buffer fills Slower than average shutter response at telephoto focal lengths Contrast is a little high, tends to lose highlight and shadow deta......
Kodak Z650 Overview By: Mike PasiniReview Posted: 06/14/2006 The Kodak EasyShare Z650 Zoom updates the previous Z740 with a 6.1 megapixel sensor, a two-inch LCD, live histogram and three more Scene modes. It features the same 10x optical zoom lens in a...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-04-27
Excellent color, generally very good exposure, Versatile 38-380mm zoom range, Very compact, Good handling and easy access to most photographic controls, Decent flash performance, Good white balance in most situations, Both screen and EVF work well in low......
Slightly soft images and lower than average resolution, Some aspects of operation feel slow compared to competition, Over-aggressive noise reduction at ISO 200+ (very soft ISO 400 images), Lack of image stabilization limits use of long end of zoom to brig......
Announced at CES in January 2006, the EasyShare Z650 replaces the Z740 at the top of the Kodaks affordable super zoom range, and offers a lower cost, lower specified alternative to the professional P850. The changes over the previous model are fairl...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-03-01
Big zoom, Sharp pictures
Poor colour representation, AA batteries The Final Word A decent advanced camera that really only has its 10X zoom as a point of differentiation. Notes # This product is no longer available directly from the manufacturer. It may be available in retail ......
Another day, another advanced digital camera. This is what it felt like when we got the Kodak Z650 into the office. Sure, it is big, has full advanced functionality and boasts a 10X optical zoom lens, but compared to the current crop of advanced models...Read more >