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Kodak EasyShare Mini M200 4 Star Rating: Cheapism Good Pick
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Summary:

This mini camera lives up to its name, according to Kodak EasyShare Mini M200 reviews. Kodak notes that the camera is only about the size of a credit card -- so small that a PC Mag reviewer wonders if it's a little too small. Although the camera is simple to use, according to reviews, PC Mag warns that photo quality is hurt by the fact that the camera has no image stabilization. Photos shot in anything but bright light are liable to come out blurry, according to this review. Tech Crunch, too, says the camera performs poorly in low light. The site's review also points out that the buttons are tiny, which could be a problem for those with big hands. Ephotozine points out the camera's fast shutter and focusing ability but finds that the default mode produces dull colors. The camera does earn praise for ease of use in this review.

The 10-megapixel resolution on the EasyShare Mini M200 is the lowest among the cameras we reviewed, but that's still sufficient to print 5x7 or even 8x10 photos. This camera has 3x optical and 5x digital zoom, but it lacks any kind of image stabilization. The Kodak EasyShare Mini M200 supports SD and SDHC memory cards.

Users who have posted Kodak EasyShare Mini M200 reviews on Amazon appreciate that this camera is small, sturdy, and inexpensive, making it a good option for kids. It's not going to be comfortable for those with larger hands to use, and the photo quality is nothing to brag about. However, reviews say this is a very cheap camera that's easy to operate, and its buttons seem ready-made for younger folks with small fingers.

by Michael Sweet (Google+ Profile) – March 5, 2013
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