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Kodak EasyShare V705 Eden Prairie MN

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Ritz Camera and Proex Portrait (Photofinishing, Portrait Studio and Cameras)
(952) 941-5232
Tower Square 574 Prairie Center Drive Suite 100
Eden Prairie, MN
 
Best Buy Co., Inc.
(612) 291-6120
7601 Penn Avenue South
Richfield, MN
 
Ritz Camera & Image
(612) 332-3232
80 S 8th St
Minneapolis, MN
 
West Photo
(612) 379-2321
21 University Ave NE
Minneapolis, MN
 
Metro Sound & Lighting
(651) 647-9342
1731 W University Av
St. Paul, MN
 
Ritz Camera and Proex Portrait (Photofinishing, Portrait Studio and Cameras)
(651) 699-4394
Highland Village 2130 Ford Parkway
Saint Paul, MN
 
National Camera & Video
(612) 332-3728
930 Hennepin Ave
Minneapolis, MN
 
Penco Artists Supply Whse
(612) 333-3330
718 Washington Av N
Minneapolis, MN
 
3w Electronics of Minneapolis
(612) 522-5961
5130 Camden Ave N
Minneapolis, MN
 
National Camera Exchange
(651) 636-0693
2401 Fairview Ave N
St. Paul, MN
 

Kodak EasyShare V705 Review at Cameratown.com

Kodak EasyShare V705 Review

Reader Score: 8.71 (out of 10)
Review: "When Kodak introduced the V570 at CES last January, some editors, including myself, were confused by Kodak's decision to include a fixed-focal-length 23mm lens, along with a 3X optical 39mm-to-117mm zoom lens, in the company's first dual-lens camera. Then, when Kodak announced the V610, with its 10X optical zoom (combined) dual-lens design, the V570 seemed like the proof-of-concept for the dual-lens genre. Kodak's newest design in this space, the V705, goes back to the V570's lens combo, upping the sensor to a 7.1-megapixel CCD, adding a few features, and offering three colors: Silver Essence, Midnight Black, and Absolute Pink.

The Kodak EasyShare V705 is, without a doubt, a snapshooter's camera. With its fast performance and decent feature set, lots of casual shooters will probably like it. The one problem is that the dual-lens/dual-sensor design comes with a price tag that makes this camera compete with cameras such as Sony's Cyber Shot DSC-T9, which has one fewer megapixel but offers slightly less noise at comparable ISOs...." ...

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