Kodak EasyShare M1033
Released January, 2001
The Pros:Nice image quality. USB charging capability. Decent HD video.
The Cons:Slow shot-to-shot response time. Known issue with power button not responding; workaround (pop battery out & in) only works sometimes. Known issue with false High Temperature error causing shutdown; workaround (take a photo immediately upon powering on) only works sometimes.
The Kodak EasyShare M1033 is a mid-grade compact digital camera with a 10.0 MP resolution for high-quality prints up to 30” x 40”. It features a 3X optical zoom Kodak Retinar Aspheric Lens that also allows for 5x digital zoom for even larger pictures.
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In addition, the M1033 supports high-definition image capture in 16:9 format, as well as high-definition video capture with MPEG-4 compression and in 720p(30fps) resolution. Additional features of the Kodak EasyShare M1033 digital camera include regular video capture up to QVGA(30fps), a Smart Capture feature that automatically adjusts camera settings for superior-quality images, automatic face detection, and an SD/SDHC card expansion slot for those seeking more memory. The Kodak EasyShare M1033 retails for $159.95 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.
- Mid-Grade Compact Digital
- 3X Optical Aspheric Zoom Lens
- JPEG Image Capture
- HD Still Capture in 16:9
- QuickTime Video Capture (Up to QVGA)
- MPEG-4 HD Video Capture (720p)
- Smart Capture
- Automatic Face Detection
- 32MB Internal Memory
- SD/SDHC Expansion Slot
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
- Resolution: 10.0 MP
- Zoom: 3X Optical
- LCD: 3.0"
- Storage: 32MB
- Weight: 126g
- Dimensions: 93.7mm x 57.8mm x 20.7mm
User Reviews (4)
Wide screen HD format option
Slow shot-to-shot response time
Known issue with power button not responding; workaround (pop battery out & in) only works sometimes
Known issue with false High Temperature error causing shutdown; workaround (take a photo immediately upon powering on) only works sometimes
Has 'electronic image stabilization' AKA no image stabilization, not optical image stabilization
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