I counted only six steps in the zoom range from wide-angle to telephoto. On the bottom of the V you’ll find the memory card and battery compartment, a plastic tripod mount, the dock connector, and the speaker. A nice arrangement, standard for Kodak. The calla lily faired much better, but it was shot in the shade. These should not be major issue for the typical V buyer, as they will mostly be making small prints or downsizing photos on their computer.

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Kodak Easyshare V Digital Camera Full Review – DigitalCameraReview

The ISO and shots have both noise and noise reduction artifacting, and are quite soft as a result. No White Balance Settings: Yes Rear Display Size inches: Be the first to review this item.

Attractive design, well balanced in the hand Available in multiple colors with matching accessories Easy-to-learn controls EasyShare system from camera to dock to Gallery Joystick makes menu navigation second nature Good 3x optical zoom lens Good ISO 1, performance.

No Longer Available Update Location close. The color and detail was not much different between the two either. The V eschews those features and instead goes for headline grabbing resolution at a bargain price. The incorporated Digital Image Stabilization and anti-blur technology reduces blur caused by camera shake, subject movement, and low-light conditions by boosting the camera sensitivity.

Ready to kodai out of the box Get shooting right away—the V’s ready to go. Kodak claims a fully charged KLIC holds enough juice for exposures. Once you connect to your computer, the V8803 software will send the pictures to the chosen recipients. It provides an easy way to view, edit, organize, print or view a slide show from your computer, and the exclusive One Touch to Better Pictures feature automatically adjusts the settings on your inkjet printer to give you traditional quality photos when printing on Kodak Inkjet Photo Papers.


I’d have really liked a switch. Most users will have no difficulty using the V right out of the box.

The calla lily faired much better, but it was shot in the shade. That said, the buildings are sharp, and purple fringing is well controlled.

At ISO there’s a slight loss of detail in the yellow flower while the noise patterns are much more evident across the grey and black areas of the card. The EasyShare V did a pretty nice job with our macro test shot. Mediocre battery life, frustrating AF system, wonky delete function, weak flash, slow, above average image noise.

The main thing to see on the back of the EasyShare V is its large 2. There are a couple of other ways you charge the camera’s battery.

The fill-flash tends to work well, as does the red eye reduction, but the power of this is not great. Basic features are all here, like slideshows, image protection, DPOF print marking, thumbnail view, and zoom and scroll. As you can probably tell, you will not be able to swap memory cards while the V is on a tripod. Want to see how the photo quality looks?


In Burst mode, the LCD lags way behind the shutter, so you have no idea what you’re capturing. Even slightly askew, the colors shift and the image disappears. On top of that, the default zone metering system is far too easily fooled by bright conditions, even when the light is falling on the subject right in the middle of the frame.

Kodak Easyshare V803 Digital Camera Full Review

Flash options There are three basic modes – auto flash, fill-flash and red eye reduction. In terms of ergonomics the V is a bit of a letdown. Basic Specifications Full model name: On the bottom of the V you’ll find the memory card and battery compartment, a plastic tripod mount, the dock connector, and the speaker.

The LCD is usable outdoors, but it is like most digicams in its class very susceptible to glare and fades noticeably as the light gets brighter.

Shutter lag full AF, with flash: