Written on: 24/12/2008
I got mine very cheap as a refurb. Before I purchased I read the available reviews, most of their comments seemed to hinge on 2 issues. The cameras hunger for batteries and its slowness. Having already got some high capacity AA rechargeable batteries for another camera , I tried these in the 1275 and they work a treat. Just use these high cap 2000mA( or better) rechargeables, keep them well charged and carry some spares. The slowness I think may well be down to my choice of memory card.... (read more)
Written on: 18/07/2008
I already have two excellent bridge type cameras, konica-Minolta Z10 and Kodak 612. I use these a lot. The Z10 so quick and easy to use. However, I also wanted a high pixel count camera for occasional use and the Z1275 looked OK. I read quite a few reviews, and a lot of them were frankly poor,and put me off. However having seen a Z1275 at a real bargain price I investigated further. It seemed that most of its problems stem from inadequate batteries and asking it too do to much too quickly.... (read more)
Written on: 02/02/2008 by Darrensaintdarren (1 review written)
I got the camera for Christmas 07, it was working so well, I was really chuffed with it. Then in the middle of January I turned the camera on to look at the pics and the screen was messed up, thick black line down the right side and grey line running across the top which makes it near impossible to look at the pictures. On returning it to Kodak they informed me that I 'must' have did it myself through being careless and want a further £90 to repair the screen. I am outraged and refuse to pay... (read more)
Written on: 10/01/2008 by hfs (16 reviews written)
I got the Kodak EasyShare Z1275 camera for Christmas 2007. Nice versatile little digital camera.
You can choose 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratios with the 4:3 topping out at 12 Mega pixels and the 16:9 topping out at 9 Mega pixels. Basically, the 16:9 just crops off what the 4:3 would have captured, saving you the effort of cropping it in photo editing software.
It'll will also shoot a short movie clip if you want and has a built in microphone if you want to narrate while "filming". The 5x optical... (read more)
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