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Kodak Zx1

Friday, April 17, 2009 7:36 AM

The consumer electronics world thick with compromise. It is a fact that less than hard knocks Santa Anas, especially as designers keep trying to open a smaller, cheaper batteries with a high-end device characteristics. So we go ga-ga for the Kodak Zi6 pocket camera, a solid and honest all the false strong that the HD-HD Flip Mino and never made to provide a low cost and high quality.

And that's why I feel a little disappointment for fantasy Zi6's successor, Zx1. We were not wrong, this campaign is part of the hardware is solid with a trimmer, more pocket-friendly site, stain-resistant shell, and the same 1.6 megapixel sensor and 4.1mm lens enables a noble Zi6 HD video. But the key to "update" left us completely bumbfounded (a + Bummer aback): namely, lack of space in the pop-out USB.

Of course, there are some hidden features Pot of gold at the end of the rainbow commitment. Trench Kodak USB dock that is not futile. In place, you will receive an HDMI slot. Impressive for a small $ 150 handycam, but only if the practice is ready to lead, or to save the data cable. Revolution started by a phone based on the characteristic: simplicity. No cable, no cable, no cable, no nonsense. If you want to trade comfort for HDMI, this camera is worth pickpockets.

Stregth = Tron Retrofuturistic keyboard line and design. No more stealth start busting stroke. OMG FTW HDMI (if you do not mind the cables). 720p with a maximum of 60fps. Rechargeable Ni-MH AA charger included. Almost 34 percent and 16 percent smaller than the Zi6 light. Available in five colors, including mustard, hot-dog of the yellow.

Weakness = body Tini, low screen (for a one quarter inch) = crappie reproduction. Relatively narrow angle lens. Night and low light shooting the clip is still noisy. Beater horse said: "Is not the whole point of the pocket to avoid the camera toting cable?


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