Easyshare z740 Camera

Easyshare z740

My first digital camera was something of a joke. My husband bought it for me, but he had no idea what he was doing, and he did the best he could. That was a long time ago though, and since that time I have found a digital that I can use for years to come. Though they may come up with newer models with more features, I am quite content with the one I was given last Christmas. I chose a Kodak Easyshare z740 and I have not looked back since.

I first saw the Easyshare z740 when I went to a concert a few years go. A girl there had that model of camera, and I could not believe the quality of the pictures she got from it. Not only were the picture crisp and clean, they were huge. The Easyshare z740 also took video with sound, and if you have a large memory stick, you can take more pictures in one go than you could possible ever need. Once I saw what it could do, I had to have one.

It was a year and a half before I could get my own Easyshare z740, but it was well worth the wait. I got it for Christmas last year, and my husband looked very pleased with himself. He knew he had gotten the right one this time, and he also knew that I love to take pictures. The Easyshare z740 was the perfect gift, and it’s not often a man can be absolutely sure he’s chosen the right thing at the right time.

Even though the Easyshare z740 has been out for quite a while now, you can usually still find it for sale at most major retailers. Though I’m not sure why, I think it might be because it is such an amazing camera. There are later models like this one, but this one still seems to be a good seller.

The Easyshare z740 has 10x zoom, and there are a lot of people that need that kind of power. I take a lot of concert pictures and the zoom is essential or you might as well not take a camera with you at all. On top of that, you can take a lot of pictures in the largest picture size without resorting to digital zoom. That means you can crop away much of the picture to frame just what you want without compromising the integrity and clarity of the picture.


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