The autofocus range is:
Macro: 4 to 28 inches (0.10 to
0.7 m) in wideangle
The built-in flash has modes for auto, fill, red-eye and forced off. The working
flash range in wide is 0.6 - 3.8m (2 - 12.5 ft.) and in telephoto from
0.6 - 2.2m (2 - 7 ft.) at ISO 140.
The eyelevel finder is coupled to the zoom lens and offers an 80% field of view.
It has a dioptric adjustment dial.
The LED "ready" light indicates autofocus lock and camera busy status.
Controls on the back: Upper right corner is the zoom lens control (functions as the - and
+ control of image enlargement in playback). The "i" button turns the LCD on/off and
controls the amount of information that is displayed over the image.
The Share button lets you select images for printing, e-mailing, or to mark as a
favorite. There's a dedicated Delete button to erase images during review. The Menu
button calls up and dismisses the menus. The Review button puts the camera into playback
mode. The 4-way selector lets you navigate menus and
accept selections by pressing its OK button.
Controls on the top: the shutter release, popup flash release (not shown), Drive mode
button to select selftimer, or one of two burst modes, the Focus mode selects macro,
landscape (infinity) or normal, the Flash mode button cycles through the Auto, Red-Eye,
Fill and Off modes. The Mode Dial/Power switch has positions for: Movie, PAS (Program AE, Aperture
priority, Shutter-speed priority), Macro, Landscape, Sport, Scene (13 pre-programmed
settings for specific shooting conditions and subjects), AUTO, OFF and Favorites.
I/O ports are on the sides: The USB 2.0 port is located inside the SD card compartment and works with the Kodak EasyShare Sofware to make image downloading fast and easy even without the use of the optional Easy Share Camera Dock or Printer Dock. The USB cable can also be plugged into any Pictbridge compatible photo printer for direct, computer-less printing. This port also facilitates the A-V output cable with selectable NTSC or PAL format and monoraul audio for connection to a TV set.
On the other side is a 3V DC IN jack for an optional AC power adapter. Not shown is
the docking connector on the bottom of the camera.
The Z700 Zoom comes with 16MB of internal memory and is equipped with a SD/MMC card slot that accepts any capacity SD or MMC flash card.
Shown here is the extremely spacious
Delkin 1GB SD card which gives you enough memory to capture approx.
784 4MP images or 72 minutes of VGA video -- now that's a vacation card!
Power is supplied by two AA type batteries, one CRV3 or the optional Kodak NiMH battery
pack that is included with the Kodak EasyShare Camera and Printer Docks. Kodak recommends
against the use of alkalines - and so do we - use high capacity NiMH rechargeables or the rechargeable CR-V3 batteries instead - they'll save you
Click to view our Printer Dock mini-review
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