Kodak EasyShare M530 specs

By Cliff Smith


Quick Glance
Camera type Ultra Compact
Optical Zoom 3
Megapixels 12
Physical Specifications
Dimensions Width 93.7
Depth 56.7
Weight (body only) 127g including battery and memory card
Camera type Ultra Compact
Optical Zoom 3
Megapixels 12
Image Sensor 1/2.3-inch CCD
Optical focal length 36 to 108mm equivalent
Viewfinder No
Shutter speed 1/8 to 1/4000
Auto focus TTL-AF, selectable
Manual focus No
Video (max res/format) 640x480, 30fps
Max output resolution 4026x3026
Other resolutions 4000x3000, 4000x2664, 4000x2248, 2880x2160, 2048x1536, 1920x1088, 1280x960
Focus range Wide: 0.5m to infinity, Tele: 1m to infinity, macro: 0.05m to 0.8m
Exposure control Smart auto, Program auto, 20 scene programs
Exposure metering TTL auto
Exposure compensation +/- 2EV with 1/3 EV steps
Image Stabilisation No
ISO settings Auto, 80-1000
LCD Monitor 2.7-in, 230k dots
Flash range 0.6 to 3.0m at wide, 0.7 to 1.7m at tele
Flash modes Auto, red-eye reduction, fill, off
White balance modes Auto, daylight, tungsten, fluorescent, open shade
Drive modes Single shot, burst
Image formats JPEG, EXIF 2.21
Picture adjustments Colour modes, 5 settings
Movie length 4GB
Self timer 2/10 secs
Memory card slot SD/SDHC
Supplied memory 32MB
Batteries supplied 740mAh Li-ion rechargeable
Charger supplied Yes
A/V output PAL, NTSC
Charging/Computer Connection USB 2.0
Manual Multilingual printed manual, 26 pages in English


September 10, 2010, 5:56 pm

Poor Cliff. You, like me, must really dread the advent of yet another Kodak compact review! Noise, 'painterly'(compression) artefacts and severe CA are the hallmarks of a good 21st century Kodak digital, doncha know.

Still, if it's got the name Kodak on it, it must be good, innit. :-/

Bertie 1

September 11, 2010, 9:49 pm

I wouldn't call the CA in the pics 'severe', Raffles and the peeps who'll buy this camera won't be into pixel peeping and will be happy with their 6 X 4 kiosk prints where the defects you mention will not be noticeable.

Just like the Z915, the M530 will most likely sell like hot cakes and if I didn't own the DX6490 and DX7590, I certainly wouldn't kick it out of bed! IMO it's great value.

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