Kodak Easyshare camera provides users the option to adjust the color and lighting of their pictures. It also allows users to set the focus distance and choose sound effects for each function.
Users can use the Exposure Compensation feature to lighten or darken a picture. They can also modify a picture’s resolution.
Users can use the Focus Mode to select a concentrated or large region of focus. Users can select Auto for general usage. They can select Macro for close-up images or Infinity for distant objects.
Kodak Easyshare camera users can rely on the device’s self-timer feature to take shots in quick succession or after a timed delay. The camera enables users to dictate how long the shutter remains open.
Users can use the color mode to adjust color tones. The mode has five levels. Vivid Color increases saturation while Full Color is for balanced colors. Basic Color captures accurate colors. The Black and White mode produces black and white pictures, while Sepia creates an antique look.
The AF Control feature enables users to pick an auto-focus setting. The camera’s red-eye reduction feature reduces the chance of red-eye by firing the flash before taking the picture. The Kodak Easyshare camera allows users to experiment with various sound effects for individual functions and choose volume. Finally, this camera allows users to store images in the internal memory or a card.