Kodak M532 camera review

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Digital camera review – price, features and specs of the Kodak M532 digital camera

Kodak M532 review – Kodak M532 is a 14-megapixel slim pocket camera with wide 4x optical zoom and large 2.7-inch LCD screen.

Kodak M532 camera   Kodak EasyShare M532

The M532 is one of the cheapest Kodak digital cameras but it offers good quality high resolution pictures. Kodak M532 is also packed with features such as 720p HD video recording.
The M532 camera has an intelligent Share button that allows you to share the photos you’ve take through e-mail or some of the popular social networks like Facebook, Twitter or FLICKR. You can also share the videos from your camera directly on YouTube.
The 4x wide optical zoom (28 mm wide-angle lens) is also a very nice feature for such a cheap pocket camera.

Kodak M532 has a nice 2.7-inch LCD (230K TFT) screen for viewing your media. The screen is bright and pictures look nice even in daylight.
With the M532 you can choose one of the many scene modes – sport, program AE, portrait, landscape, sunset, close-up, backlight, candlelight, children, bright, fireworks, self portrait, night portrait, night landscape, blur reduction, panorama, high ISO, long-time exposure
Face recognition, Face detection are also available in this camera.
The flash also has several working modes: auto, fill, red-eye reduction or turned off.
Kodak M532 uses digital image stabilization.
The M532 comes with Kodak rechargeable Li-ion Battery (KLIC-7006) and adapter for charging the battery.
As you see Kodak M532 has plenty to offer and all this comes at a very low price. You can find this camera for about $60.
There are four different colors for this camera to choose from – white, blue, green and red.

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