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Kodak EasyShare DX-7590
Review by Elizabeth Giargiari - February 2005

Product Introduction
Kodak has introduced another model to its fleet of award-winning EasyShare cameras - the new EasyShare Z7590. The new Z7590 is identical to the previous DX7590 with two exceptions; the Z7590 features PictBridge compatibility and a live histogram, features not available on the EasyShare DX7590 model. Aside from these two new attributes, the models are identical; featuring the same image sensor, optics, ISO range, shutter speeds, aperture range, and software. Cameratown had just received the DX7590 to review when Kodak announced the Z7590 replacement. We were told by Kodak at PMA 2005 that we could consider the test results for this unit to be similar to the Z-series replacement. When we get our hands on the new Z7590 we will put it through all the standard tests and bring you the results.

The popularity of the preceeding DX-series over the last year has inspired this new generation of cameras. Expanding upon the features of its predecessors, Kodak has created the EasyShare DX7590 and the soon to be released Z7590. Possessing a unique combination of sophisticated features and exceptional performance, enhanced with Kodak's trademark ease, the DX7590 gives amateur photographers the opportunity to capture images like a professional.

With all sorts of features loaded into one compact unit, the Kodak EasyShare DX7590 possesses a 5.36-megapixel resolution CCD (effective 5.0 MP or 2576 x 1932 pixels) with a professional quality Schneider-Kreuznach Variogon 10X optical zoom lens; exclusive Kodak Color Science image processing chip; extra high-resolution electronic viewfinder (311,000 pixels) with diopter; large, 2.2-inch high-resolution indoor/outdoor LCD screen; dual-sensor, low-light precision auto-focus (TTL plus phase detection); selectable or automatic exposure matrix metering; 32-MB internal memory; SD/MMC card expansion slot; manual and custom controls settings for optimal creative picture-taking; 22 scene and color modes; compression options; flash compensation with external flash synch (capable of synching at any shutter speed) for illumination of subjects beyond the 16-foot pop-up flash; rapid click-to-capture capability (just 0.2 seconds); and so much more. PLUS, included in the box* was a Kodak Li-Ion 1700 mAh rechargeable battery with a 5-volt DC adapter; custom dock insert with EasyShare Camera Dock 6000; USB cable; audio/video cable for television viewing; neck strap; lens cap with strap; and User's Guide, a quick "Start Here!" guide, and Kodak's instructional "Getting Started" EasyShare software CD (compatible with Windows 98 and up, as well as Mac operating systems).

*U.S. only; Package contents may vary by country.

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