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Kodak EasyShare Z710 Denver CO

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Wolf Camera
(303) 623-1155
Sage Building 610 16th St
Denver, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 797-6108
5295 S. Broadway
Englewood, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 252-1100
10350 Grant Street
Thornton, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 279-9112
Colorado Mills 14255 West Colfax Avenue Unit D
, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 791-4440
9557 South University
Highlands Ranch, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 691-3355
Boulevard Center 1629 S. Colorado Boulevard
Denver, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 424-0430
Wheat Ridge Marketplace 3830 Wadsworth Boulevard
Wheat Ridge, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 973-0202
Southwest Commons 8500 West Crestline Unit H
Littleton, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 771-8404
7939 E. Arapahoe Road
Greenwood Village, CO
 
Wolf Camera
(303) 469-9127
Broomfield Town Centre 1255 C East 1st Ave.
Broomfield, CO
 

Kodak EasyShare Z710 Review at Cameratown.com

Kodak EasyShare Z710 Review

Reader Score: 7.50 (out of 10)
Review: "The "Z" range from Kodak is their "high zoom" range. C is for "point and shoot" (or entry level), V is for Pocket and P is for "performance" (full blown bridge cameras). That kind of tells you what you need to know about this camera - not enough features to count as performance, too big to be compact and too advanced to be a point and shoot. That's a bit of a glib summary but the Z710 is pretty much a 7 million pixel bridge camera with a huge zoom lens. It has the usual features you'd expect from a bridge (including PAS&M modes for full picture control) - but its main trick is that huge lens.

Reading this review you may think I hated the Z710 - that isn't true. I was just terribly disappointed. I like Kodak cameras and usually they can be relied on to give you great performance for your money...."

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