Related Products for "Kodak PixPro AZ521 Digital Camera Batteries"
Home

Related Products for "Kodak PixPro AZ521 Digital Camera Chargers"

Kodak AZ521, 16MP Camera with 52x Optical Zoom, 3" LCD Screen, 1080p Video Recording - Black

$108.02


Kodak PixPro AZ521 Review | PhotographyBLOG

The Kodak PixPro AZ521 is one of the latest cameras from Kodak's new license holder, but is this 52x optical zoom camera worth your cash?Kodak PixPro AZ521 reviewLoveLots of framing optionsSharp and colourful resultsBroad focal rangeHateA bit...

Kodak's consumer digital cameras always appeared to us to show a similar design ethos to old-school American motorcars: big, bold and brassy, with huge grips, dials and knobs that seemed pitched firmly at the sausage-fingered photographer. Perhaps that's why they didn't actually sell as well over here as their nimble-buttoned Japanese equivalents.

However, that was a couple of years back. Another firm, JK Imaging, now holds the license for Kodak-branded cameras - although Kodak US is apparently still closely involved - the EasyShare branding has been replaced with the snappier sounding PixPro, and the 52x optical zoom equipped Kodak PixPro AZ521 bridge model is the latest Kodak to hit the T3 review slab.

With the AZ standing for Astro Zoom, in film speak you could say the range has very much been re-booted for 2013.

Intriguingly, JK Imaging is also one of a handful to have pledged allegiance to the Micro Four Thirds format interchangeable lens system co-developed by Olympus and Panasonic, which means there's a distinct possibility of seeing a Kodak-branded compact system camera at some point.

But not yet - not that you'd want to change the lens on the Kodak AZ521 anyway, as its super-flexible, all-in-one ethos is the whole point. Other than that, the black and gun metal grey camera incorporates a 16.38 effective megapixel 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor and sports a suggested retail price of £249.99, which appears affordable.

Kodak PIXPRO AZ521 16.4 MP Digital Camera - Black | eBay

Compare the Canon PowerShot SX530 HS vs the Kodak PixPro AZ521

Kodak PixPro AZ521 Review - Conclusion | PhotographyBLOG

Kodak's consumer digital cameras always appeared to us to show a similar design ethos to old-school American motorcars: big, bold and brassy, with huge grips, dials and knobs that seemed pitched firmly at the sausage-fingered photographer. Perhaps that's why they didn't actually sell as well over here as their nimble-buttoned Japanese equivalents.

However, that was a couple of years back. Another firm, JK Imaging, now holds the license for Kodak-branded cameras - although Kodak US is apparently still closely involved - the EasyShare branding has been replaced with the snappier sounding PixPro, and the 52x optical zoom equipped Kodak PixPro AZ521 bridge model is the latest Kodak to hit the T3 review slab.

With the AZ standing for Astro Zoom, in film speak you could say the range has very much been re-booted for 2013.

Intriguingly, JK Imaging is also one of a handful to have pledged allegiance to the Micro Four Thirds format interchangeable lens system co-developed by Olympus and Panasonic, which means there's a distinct possibility of seeing a Kodak-branded compact system camera at some point.

But not yet - not that you'd want to change the lens on the Kodak AZ521 anyway, as its super-flexible, all-in-one ethos is the whole point. Other than that, the black and gun metal grey camera incorporates a 16.38 effective megapixel 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor and sports a suggested retail price of £249.99, which appears affordable.

Kodak's consumer digital cameras always appeared to us to show a similar design ethos to old-school American motorcars: big, bold and brassy, with huge grips, dials and knobs that seemed pitched firmly at the sausage-fingered photographer. Perhaps that's why they didn't actually sell as well over here as their nimble-buttoned Japanese equivalents.

However, that was a couple of years back. Another firm, JK Imaging, now holds the license for Kodak-branded cameras - although Kodak US is apparently still closely involved - the EasyShare branding has been replaced with the snappier sounding PixPro, and the 52x optical zoom equipped Kodak PixPro AZ521 bridge model is the latest Kodak to hit the T3 review slab.

With the AZ standing for Astro Zoom, in film speak you could say the range has very much been re-booted for 2013.

Intriguingly, JK Imaging is also one of a handful to have pledged allegiance to the Micro Four Thirds format interchangeable lens system co-developed by Olympus and Panasonic, which means there's a distinct possibility of seeing a Kodak-branded compact system camera at some point.

But not yet - not that you'd want to change the lens on the Kodak AZ521 anyway, as its super-flexible, all-in-one ethos is the whole point. Other than that, the black and gun metal grey camera incorporates a 16.38 effective megapixel 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor and sports a suggested retail price of £249.99, which appears affordable.