- Page 1 Kodak EasyShare P712 Review
- Page 2 Kodak EasyShare P712 Review
- Page 3 Kodak EasyShare P712 Review
- Page 4 Feature Table Review
- Page 5 Test Shots – Full Resolution Crops Review
- Page 6 Test Shots – Exposure Evaluation Review
- Page 7 Test Shots – Exposure Evaluation Review
- Page 8 Test Shots – Exposure Evaluation Review
A range of test shots are shown over the next three pages. Here, the full size image has been reduced for bandwidth purposes, and a crop taken from the original full resolution image has been placed below it in order for you to gain an appreciation of the overall quality. The following pages consist of resized images so that you can evaluate the overall exposure. For those with a dial-up connection, please be patient while the pages download.
Note: the Kodak P712 has ISO settings at 1/3-stop intervals from ISO 64 to 400. In the interests of saving space, only the whole-stop values are shown here. These shots were taken indoors using diffuse natural daylight.
1/10th sec, f6.3, ISO 64
At the minimum ISO setting, the image is clear and noise-free, although this was the closest the camera would focus.
1/15th sec, f6.3, ISO 100
At 100 ISO the image is still clear and noise free, with excellent colour rendition.
1/25th sec, f6.3, ISO 200
At 200 ISO there is some image noise, and colour speckling in the darker areas, but overall the image remains good and quite usable.
1/60th sec, f6.3, ISO 400
At the highest ISO setting there is some image noise across the whole image, and the colour speckling has spread to mid-tone areas as well, but on the whole it’s still pretty good.
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