Kodak EasyShare 14MP Digital Camera with 5x Wide Angle Optical Zoom and 3.0 Inch LCD (Midnight Black) M575

Kodak EasyShare M575 14MP Digital Camera with 5x Wide Angle Optical Zoom and 3.0 Inch LCD (Midnight Black)

Kodak EasyShare M575 14MP Digital Camera with 5x Wide Angle Optical Zoom and 3.0 Inch LCD (Midnight Black) Rating:
List Price: $139.00
Sale Price: $71.99
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Product Description

The Kodak EasyShare M575 digital camera features a unique stylish slim body with a 14MP 5x wide optical zoom and a 3.0" LCD. This smart camera has Smart Finder with Face Recognition, Smart Capture, and features the Smart Share destination tag to YouTube™ , Facebook, Flickr , Kodak Gallery, and email via the Share button for upload when you connect to your computer.

Details

  • 14-megapixel resolution for stunning prints up to 30 x 40 inches
  • 5x optical zoom; 28 mm wide-angle lens
  • 3-inch LCD with KODAK Color Science Technology
  • Kodak's Smart Capture feature
  • Capture images to SD/SDHC memory cards (not included)

Kodak EasyShare M575 14MP Digital Camera with 5x Wide Angle Optical Zoom and 3.0 Inch LCD (Midnight Black) out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 953 user reviews
Eastman Kodak Company Kodak EasyShare M575 14MP Digital Camera with 5x Wide Angle Optical Zoom and 3.0 Inch LCD (Midnight Black) The Kodak EasyShare M575 digital camera features a unique stylish slim body with a 14MP 5x wide optical zoom and a 3.0" LCD. This smart camera has Smart Finder with Face Recognition, Smart Capture, and features the Smart Share destination tag to YouTube™ , Facebook, Flickr , Kodak Gallery, and email via the Share button for upload when you connect to your computer. $139.00 http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51nPkss7lhL._SL160_.jpg
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10 Responses to “Kodak EasyShare 14MP Digital Camera with 5x Wide Angle Optical Zoom and 3.0 Inch LCD (Midnight Black) M575”

  1. Barbara Kolb Says:

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    I am not sure what the reviewers where talking about when they posted such negative feedback. I have only had my camera for a couple of days, so i will update my post in a couple weeks to let you know how my camera is working. However, i take a lot of pics of my kids and have had no problem with the quality of my pictures that I have taken. They are clear and very nice, not grainy.

    I also love the looks of this camera. I had owned a kodak before this camera and loved it that is why i bought the newer version, they make them very “dummy” proof! ;-) I hate trying to figure out what all the buttons are for and what they mean, kodak is very simple to figure out! I LOVE IT!

  2. Dinopepsia Says:

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    This camera charges through a single standard micro usb connector. When you connect the camera to your computer it charges as you transfer your pictures. No need for a separate plug-in charger or another proprietary cable while travelling. I am unaware of any other camera that has this feature.

  3. J. Maitland Says:

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    This camera is a overall nice little camera to have. If I could, I would give it 3 1/2 stars. It has nice features like 14 mega pixels (which isn’t necessarily better) and a really nice 3 inch screen. It is lacking any good manual settings, so if you’re into having those this wouldn’t be a good camera for you. It does take HD video which is nice. I definitely wasn’t blown away with image quality either. Sometimes I will get an amazing picture with beautiful colors, and other times most of the pics I will get are blurry. I have noticed that this camera is really bad at capturing a crisp image in overcast outdoor lighting. Overall this is best for the person who wants a casual camera for taking nice pictures of family events and people. Especially because it has a cool feature called face RECOGNIZATION in addition to face detection. The recognization part comes in when you can tag someones face in a pic, and it will recognize that same face in other pics and put all pics of that same person into their own folder on the camera. Good for social events.

  4. Roger E. Mundinger Says:

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    The M-575 takes great photos and video but it is missing s very simple feature I enjoy with my Z-650 and M-883.

    It doesn’t have a automatic date stamp feature. Seems like that would be a simple software feature to add. I also had a problem of the battery going flat within 24 hours (without using the camera).I tried two batteries with the same results. I sent it back in for repair and hope that will fix the problem. Other than that it is a very neat “Point and Shoot” camera. Kodak EasyShare M575 14MP Digital Camera with 5x Wide Angle Optical Zoom and 3.0 Inch LCD (Flame Red)

  5. D. Shalitzke Says:

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    I’m not sure what the last reviewer was talking about. We have this camera for 2 weeks now, and we love it. it takes beautiful, well exposed pictures, and is very easy to use. Perhaps the last reviewer works for Panasonic?!

  6. Tiffany Says:

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    The kodak name is already an established well known camera. I have got so many complimnets on how professional the pictures look. the service also was speedy, I had no trouble with anything. I will defentely recommend this camera and seller to anyone..

  7. Karl Burrows Says:

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    We have owned many Kodak digital cameras over the past 7 or 8 years and have generally been pleased with the overall functionality and features of all the cameras. All produced great looking images when you had the right lighting with vivid colors and good detail. I have moved on to a Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZR1 (absolutely love it!!), but my wife still liked her Kodak. They are easy to use point and shoot cameras and she likes to be able to get quick pics of our 3 and 5 years olds. Her old Kodak was starting to show its age with lower resolution and buttons starting to not respond, but hey, the camera has taken thousands of pictures over the past 3 or 4 years, so we got our money’s worth.

    Kodak came out with some new models in April and it looked like I finally found a replacement for her current camera. It had up to 14MP resolution, wider angle shooting and a nice overall design. I pre-ordered it and waited a month or so for delivery. Once it arrived, the overall look and feel were very nice. I set it up for my wife and she started taking pictures. I would have thought that with a 14MP camera, we would have sharper, clearer pictures, but that wasn’t the case. Pictures were over saturated and grainy. Picture after picture turned out this way. I adjusted the settings to turn off the constant autofocus and a few other manual settings, but they reset back to the defaults every time I turned the camera back on. I found some presets that seemed to do better, but it is now a 3 or 4 step process to get them, which makes them useless when you are chasing small children. There is one button to change multiple settings now (movie, presets, timer, etc.), so you have to go through the menu on the screen to get to the settings, then scroll through the settings to get the one you want. It used to be one button for presets, one for movie). i also found the buttons clumsy and too close together, making it hard to turn the camera off and on.

    I am extremely disappointed with camera. Features are hard to use, the buttons are clumsy and the pictures are well below acceptable and not suitable for printing or viewing. Images are over saturated and have lots of noise and there is no way to make setting changes quickly. Not what I would have expected from a new Kodak model. I would avoid this camera. I can’t think of anyone that would be satisfied with the quality of the pictures and navigating to features and settings.

    I returned the camera within just a few days after receiving it and am still looking for that perfect point and shoot for my wife.

  8. Ken staten Says:

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    Took this to my family reunion on the 3-4 of July.Everyone was amazed at the picture quality.Had more people use my camera than there own,14 MP makes a big difference.

  9. The Folded Space Says:

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    The M575 is essentially a feature-stripped version of the M580. By reducing the zoom from 10x to 5x and ditching the HDMI output, both price and weight are reduced. In fact, one of the Amazon sellers offers this model for a very low price.

    The capabilities of this model are fairly average, but its wide angle and 720p video mode make it worthwhile. The settings are easy to get to from a fairly logical menu. The screen is bright and sharp – only bettered by cameras with OLED displays. A surprising feature is the long exposure mode. This is more or less shutter priority and isn’t usually found on cameras at this price. I also appreciate the 3:2 aspect ratio because most labs still print this format whereas I was annoyed by the 4:3 and 16:9 shots getting cropped.

    Some may find the lack of HDMI output a problem, but if your main goal is to publish your videos on the web, who needs it? I’ve been using a small Western Digital player to display all my video on a television and didn’t need this feature.

    The worst aspect of this camera and so many others in its class is the high pixel density on a small chip. Kodak is still in the megapixel race when cameras this size should’ve stopped at 10 megapixels. The images can be grainy. A tripod improves any of these. Of course, I find the snapshots quite acceptable.

    I recommend this camera for beginners and penny-pinchers.

  10. Fadil H. Khan Says:

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    This camera is awesome! Incredible photographs..near, far, dark or bright scenes it does not matter you still get great pictures. The colors in the pictures are brilliant and true. One great feature of this camera is its ability to take pictures is quick successions, there is very little wait time between shots…id say 1 sec compared to some sony and cannon cameras that ive researched which are like 3-4 secs.The HD video recording is smooth and beautiful. Night shots are clear and smooth with the lightening bright flash. 14MP well its 14MP I don’t need to say more about that.

    The battery life could be a bit better and the onscreen menu is a bit tricky to navigate but its a small price to pay for the overall great performance of this camera!!!!

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