|Release Date in Singapore|
|Model||EasyShare P880 Digital Camera|
|Compatible memory cards||mmc,sd|
|Internal memory||32 MB|
|Display diagonal||6.35 cm (2.5")|
|Ports & interfaces|
|Weight & dimensions|
|Scene modes||Backlight, beach, Candlelight, Documents, Museum, Night landscape, Night portrait, Portrait, Sports, Sunset, Landscape|
|Battery technology||Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)|
Reviewed on 2006-01-25
Wide-angle end of the zoom gives you a wide (24mm) view. Good video capabilities, with zooming. Precise control with zoom ring.
Noticeable shutter lag. Picture sharpness could be better. Flash shots so-so.
The Kodak EasyShare P880 ($599.95 list) has some fancy features and good video capabilities, but it falls short on the basics. Theres noticeable shutter lag, the quality of its flash shots is uninspiring, and pictures are not as sharp as those from ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-01-19
Excellent color, good resolution, Generally very good exposure, Very useful - and pretty much unique - 24-140mm zoom range, Manual (mechanical) zooming, Manual focus ring, Sharp lens, good edge-to-edge consistency even at 24mm, Lens thread for optional fi......
Focus slow in low light and at long end of zoom, Flash wont fire when battery is low, but picture still taken, Occasional focus errors at long end of zoom, ISO 400 JPEGs quite soft due to noise reduction, ISO 800 and 1600 only available at 0.8MP resolutio......
In August 2005 Kodak announced a new class of advanced digital cameras with the introduction of the P series, which it hopes will provide an alternative to entry-level DSLRs. The first two models are the EasyShare P850 (reviewed December 2005), and ...Read more >
Reviewed on 2005-12-20
<b>Spec:</b> Digital camera, 8,000,000 pixels, LCD display - - 2.5 in - Color<br> <b>Good:</b> Very wide (for digital) 24mm lens; user-friendly and comfortable SLR-like body design; solid shooting speed in JPEG format.<br> <b>Bad:</b> Photo quality unacceptable for an advanced amateur camera; raw implementation close to useless; slow shooter when using uncompressed file modes.<br> <b>Bottomline:</b> The Kodak EasyShare P880 is a user-friendly camera with a wide-angle lens and pedestrian photo quality that will either please or frustrate users, depending upon their needs.<br>Read more >
Reviewed on 2005-11-27
If this camera was around $500 or less it would be a really good deal.Read more >
Reviewed on 2005-11-23
Reviewed on 2005-11-17
The P880 Zoom is the flagship of Kodaks new EASYSHARE P-Series of advanced digital cameras. The Easyshare P880 Zoom is an affordable, high performance camera for serious photographers. It incorporates a 24-140mm (35mm equiv) wide-angle, Schneider-KRE...Read more >
Reviewed on 2006-02-01
Great features, Huge battery life
Below average image quality, huge write time for TIFF files The Final Word The Kodak P880 would have been a great camera but for problems with image quality, and massive write times for the advanced file formats. Notes # This product is no longer avail......
Like its little brother, theRead more >