Kodak EasyShare Max Digital Camera Review
30x zoom at a nice price, but held back by poor design and technical limitations.
The Kodak EasyShare Max is an aggressively-priced ultrazoom that still seeks to deliver all the performance of this segment's leaders. But a few design missteps and technical limitations leave this camera feeling constrained. The interface's slow operation will also frustrate users, and cause more annoyance than the "Easy" Share brand name suggests.
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