Kodak EasyShare M341
Released September, 2009
The Pros:Fits comfortably in a pocket, not too bulky. Can take the larger 32Gb capacity SD cards. Batteries last a long time before they run out.
The Cons:Doesn't come with an SD card and you need one right away to store images. Makes a noticeable clicking sound when shooting.
The EasyShare M341 is a lower-end, affordable, consumer digital camera from Kodak. The M341 features a resolution of 12.2 megapixels, but only 3x optical zoom, and few advanced features. 'Smart Capture' technology detects scene composition and conditions and adjusts camera settings automatically.
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Other consumer-friendly additions include blur reduction, partly to compensate for the lack of optical or digital image stabilization, face detection, scene modes, and multimedia slideshow. Pictures, though not video, can be captured in 16:9 HD quality and transmitted to Kodak's Theatre HD Player accessory. Included EasyShare software facilitates the upload of photos and video to YouTube or Kodak Gallery.
- 12.2MP resolution
- 3x optical zoom
- 2.7" color LCD
- Smart Capture technology
- Blur reduction
- Face detection
- Scene modes
- 3 color modes
- HD picture capture
- EasyShare software
- 8-1/1400 sec. shutter speed
User Reviews (1)
fits comfortably in a pocket, not too bulky
can take the larger 32Gb capacity SD cards
batteries last a long time before they run out
comes in some eye-catching fashionable colors
has a nice color balance, photos rarely need any touchups after
extremely easy to work with, just pick it up and go with no instruction needed
doesn't come with an SD card and you need one right away to store images
makes a noticeable clicking sound when shooting
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