Kodak EASYSHARE V1003 Digital Camera

Kodak EASYSHARE V1003 Digital Camera

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10.0 MP for prints up to 30 x 40 (76 x 102cm)3x optical zoom lensCustomize with on-camera settings, including the Favorites featureKodak Perfect Touch TechnologyDigital IS using anti-blur mode

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10.0 MP for prints up to 30 x 40 (76 x 102cm)3x optical zoom lensCustomize with on-camera settings, including the Favorites featureKodak Perfect Touch TechnologyDigital IS using anti-blur mode


Quick Glance
LCD Screen Size2.5 in
Memory Card SupportSecure Digital (SD) Card, MultiMediaCard (MMC)
Effective Megapixels10.2 Megapixel
Camera TypeCompact Camera
Lens MountFixed
Image StabilizationElectronic
Normalized-Optical Zoom3
Image Processor
Total Pixels10400000
Image SensorCCD
Other Features
Maximum Video Capture Resolution640 x 480
Interface Connection1 x USB, 1 x Audio/Video Out, 1 x Docking Station, 1 x DC Power In
FlashAuto Flash, Red-eye Reduction, Flash OFF
Lens Features
Optical Zoom3 X
Digital Zoom4x
Max Aperture2.8 1/f
Installed Memory32 MB
Height2.1 in
Weight5.00 oz
Width4.1 in
Depth1.0 in
Warranty Information1 Year
Additional Specifications
Viewfinder TypeNo
Image FormatJPEG
Continuous Shooting Speed1 frames/s (fps)
Normalized-Installed Memory32
Product LineEasyShare
Max Focal Length108 mm
Shortest Shutter Speed1/1448 Second
Video Capture FormatMPEG-4
Longest Shutter Speed8 Second
Product ModelV1003
Brand NameKodak
Number of Resolution Modes7
Number of Scene Modes22
Metering CharacteristicsCenter-weighted, Multi-Segment, Spot, TTL
Minimum Shutter Speed8 sec.
White Balance ModesAutoDaylightTungstenFluorescentOpen Shade
Exposure Compensation Range (±)2 EV
Min Focus Distance2 in
Bulb SettingNo
Maximum Frame Rate30 fps
Max Zoom12 X
Camera ModesScene Modes:PortraitSportLandscapeClose UpNight PortraitNight LandscapeSnowBeachText/DocumentFireworksFlowerMuseum/MannerSelf-PortraitHigh ISOChildrenBacklightPanningCandlelightSunsetCustomPanoramaAnti BlurColor Modes:High ColorNatural Color (Default)Low ColorSepiaBlack and WhiteDrive Modes:Single ShotSelf-Timer: 2 and 10 Sec2-Shot Self-Timer: 10 and 18 SecDelay Shutter (2 sec)Burst (1 fps up to 4 frames)
HD Movie ModeNo
Shutter Lag0.4 second(s)
Frequency BandMovie with sound recordingAF Assist Light32MB internal memory/24MB available for picture storageSensitivity:Auto: ISO 80-160ISO 80ISO 100ISO 200ISO 400ISO 800ISO 1600
Maximum Shutter Speed1448 1/x sec.
Exposure SettingsAuto Exposure
Battery IncludeYes
Maximum Frame Rate30 frames/s (fps)
White BalanceAuto, Preset Modes
Focus FeaturesAuto Focus, Multiple Point Focusing, Spot Focus
Normalized-Digital Zoom4
Software IncludedKodak Easyshare
General FeaturesPhoto Date/Time Stamping, Pictbridge Support, Self Timer
Maximum Image Resolution3648 x 2736
Autofocus TypePassive
Included ComponentsCables - USB, Carrying Strap, Cradle Stand
Image Sensor Quantity1
Power SourceLithium Ion Battery
Image Sensor Size0.55 in
Battery Built-inNo
ISO Equivalencies100, 1600, 200, 400, 80, 800
Max Horizontal Image Resolution3648 pixels
Min Focal Length36 mm
Normalized-Number of Image Sensor Pixels10.38
Max Vertical Image Resolution2736 pixels
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2 Ratings | 3 Reviews

3 out of 5 stars

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  • Best Camera I have ever owned

    By Yahoo! Shopping User  Sep 16, 2007

    I love this camera it is very easy to use.

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  • v1003

    By Yahoo! Shopping User  Aug 16, 2007

    ### I needed a new camera for a mission trip to Panama. I knew I'd be spending 4 days in a remote location, power is not dependable but the rain forrest is breathtaking. This camera worked beautifully. It is easy to carry , weighs almost nothing and hold...s a charge for ages. I took over 200 pics and reviewed some several times in between charges. I love that I don't have to buy batteries for it, I can just charge it up like I do my cell phone. The quality of the 10mp pix are amazing. Everyone else on this trip with a small digital were jealous of mine. The only ones not were those with nice, big , really good cameras. I'm very pleased with the price and the size so I can just slip it in my purse or pocket and have it handy anytime, anyplace. No regrets after a good test. Read more Less

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  • I like it.

    By Yahoo Shopping User  Aug 2, 2008

    ### Was looking for a camera to take with me for various outings. Something small enough to carry easily. I wanted the image stabilization for "action" shots, either me moving or the subject moving. I figured having the option of up to 10MB would be good...for nice detail, I'm not going to make photos with this, I'm going to be using this with a 21 inch monitor. Why be limited to something that is specifically built to take 3x5 photos? There are plenty of settings that still need some exploring. I wasn't liking the software because of the registration process that creates a Kodak album which tries to upload your photos. I prefer to use my computer's built in device controllers for getting my pictures out. Memory cards are fairly inexpensive, so having a spare shouldn't limit your photo opportunities. The Li-Ion battery holds a charge for quite some time, so it's almost always ready to use. If batteries are a concern, there are probably spare batteries available as a backup option for you more hardcore photobugs. Of course these types of camera users already would have this in mind. I've not run out of memory yet using a 2GB memory card, nor has the battery failed in the "field". I don't take many pictures, but feel confident it would last a weekend if necessary. Read more Less

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Pro Reviews

  • Kodak EasyShare V1003

    The Imaging Resource

    If you do a lot of shooting on tripods when indoors, and the rest of your shooting outdoors, and you don't mind heavily saturated colors, the Kodak V1003 takes a pretty good image overall, and it's very stylish, smooth, and pocket-friendly. Read more

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