Kodak EasyShare C713
Released November, 2008
The Pros:Auto shooting mode accurately predicts proper scene settings, better than other Kodak models. Highly affordable for this feature set and optical zoom. HD photo mode produces highly detailed shots, much better quality than expected from a point and shoot at this price point.
The Cons:SD card slot and battery slot are difficult to open. No built-in speaker so audio from video playback does not come through. Noticeable time lag after taking shots with flash.
The Kodak EasyShare C713 is a low-grade compact digital camera with a 7.0 MP resolution for high-quality prints up to 20” x 30”. A peer to the equally priced EasyShare C613, the EasyShare C713 adds along support for HD still capture, but features a downgraded SD (versus SD/MMC) expansion slot.
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Like its peer, the C713 features a Kodak AF 3X Optical Aspheric Zoom Lens that allows for capturing great details from up close and far away as well. In addition to capturing JEG/EXIF images, the EasyShare C713 also supports QuickTime motion JPEG videos with audio in VGA(15fps) or QVGA(29fps) resolution. Additional features of the Kodak EasyShare C613 digital camera include Digital Image Stabilization for automatic blur-reduction caused by camera shakes, and picture enhancing and editing functions. The Kodak EasyShare C713 retails for $79.95 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.
- Low-Grade Compact Digital
- 3X Optical Ashperic Zoom Lens
- JPEG Image Capture
- HD Still Capture
- QuickTime Video Capture w/Audio
- Digital Image Stabilization
- Picture Editing
- 16MB Internal Memory
- SD Expansion Slot
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
- Zoom: 3X Optical
- LCD: 2.4"
- Storage: 16MB
- Weight: 137g
- Dimensions: 91mm x 65.7mm x 37.3mm
User Reviews (1)
Auto shooting mode accurately predicts proper scene settings, better than other Kodak models
Highly affordable for this feature set and optical zoom
HD photo mode produces highly detailed shots, much better quality than expected from a point and shoot at this price point
Intuitive menu design makes it user-friendly, ideal for first-time owners
SD card slot and battery slot are difficult to open
No built-in speaker so audio from video playback does not come through
Noticeable time lag after taking shots with flash
High ISO (low-light) mode produces grainy shots, quality suffers noticeably
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