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Kodak PIXPRO Astro Zoom AZ252-WH 16MP Digital Camera with 25X Optical Zoom and 3" LCD (White)

Price:PKR. 34,751.00 /

Asin: B075P8QN2Y
Product weight: 12.8 Ounces
Product dimentsions: 2.74 x 4.47 x 3.06 inches
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Color: White Discover a world of creativity at your fingertips. The AZ252 is the perfect bridge camera to pursue your passion for photography. With 16 Megapixels, 25x optical zoom and a wider angle lens than traditional models, This camera might just become your new best friend. Kodak PIXPRO digital cameras - tell your story.

Product Dimensions
2.74 x 4.47 x 3.06 inches
Item Weight
12.8 ounces
ASIN
B075P8QN2Y
Item model number
AZ252WH
Batteries
4 AA batteries required. (included)
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
No
Date First Available
January 10, 2017
Manufacturer
JK Imaging Ltd
Jenna
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on November 2, 2018

Review:I think most, if not all, of the negative reviews talking about issues with auto focus have been user error. This is not exactly a point and shoot camera. The main thing that's easy to overlook is that you have to hold the shutter button down halfway until the square on the screen turns green, then you push it the rest of the way down. If you don't do that, the AF doesn't work as intended. If a standard point and shoot is what you're looking for, you probably won't love this camera. But if you don't mind learning how to play with the settings a bit and recognize that its a learning process, this camera is capable of really amazing pictures. I definitely didn't want something too complicated, but I wanted more than a point and shoot, and this is a nice compromise, especially for the price. Of course I'm sure its not going to produce the quality of the more expensive DSLR cameras, but I'm not a pro, I just want decent pictures of my son that my generic Android smart phone can't produce, and this more than fits the bill. And like I said, I wasn't impressed with the point and shoot cameras in my price range, especially with a fast moving toddler in a variety of scenes. I needed something with more customizable features and this camera fits my needs exactly. Read more

AmyLovesAmazon
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 23, 2018

Review:Takes great photos. Has a decent size screen. Wide screen so you can get more in the photo. Has a nice trip to hold it. I recommend a tripod for better photo quality. Comes with neck strap and a lens cap and a USB to plug it into your laptop. I can edit photos too. Has a bunch of scene modes. Even one for dogs and cats. Can take video. Read more

MGS Va Beach
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on June 16, 2018

Review:Purchased this as a gift for my daughter, primarily for the zoom and the auto focus pictures, but there are lots of other cool pictures. She complained from the beginning that it didn't take good pictures. I didn't believe her initially, but I have tried several times to take close ups/zoom and even distant pics, but I have not been impressed at all with the auto focus. My phone camera takes better pictures, disappointed for the price I paid. I will keep reading the directions, but I have purchased several similar cameras over my lifetime, this has been one of the poorer auto focus cameras. Read more

JAD110
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 20, 2019

Review:This is a very nice camera for the price. It is well made, works well, and is easy to operate but standard alkaline do not last very long. Be sure to carry extra batteries with you especially if you intend to record very many videos. Read more

A Customer
Rating:2.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on February 5, 2019

Review:UPDATE: I dropped another star because when turned OFF, in theory doing nothing but maintaining the clock, it kills a set of 4 Lithium Energizer AAs in less than 9 months. In July last year, I had to replace the batteries from the last time they died on their own, then I took 3 pictures that day and put it back in its case until today (April 2021) and now they are dead. Unless it just happened to die right before today, it probably killed the batteries earlier than that. For comparison, I have an old Canon a720 (only uses 2 AAs) which was sitting around for about the same amount of time, and it's still working. Original review below, not modified. This camera is a bit hard to compare given how few major brand models are still available (Kodak Pixpro is a 3rd party generic which licensed the brand name). The overall image quality is slightly beneath what you used to get from a Canon, but current Canon models in this range and a little higher have almost no manual controls. So the upside here is manual controls at a lower price which fits the image quality. Not bad. My biggest complaint is that the auto-focus can get confused and, despite having a manual mode with both aperture and shutter speed control, there is no manual focus. When taking a macro picture, it constantly focused slightly behind where I wanted it (despite setting it to center/spot). I had to pre-focus with a half press and then slide the camera back. Being able to set a long shutter time to get night shots is normally a benefit of manual controls, but when it's a distant shot at night the auto focus can't find anything to focus on so you get a well-exposed blur. No way to set it manually, not even a forced infinity toggle. This would be nothing but a menu option in a camera which already has numerous on-screen settings (eg, the auto/macro menu which pops up), but I guess whoever designed this just didn't know that this is something you might need. It's still not a bad deal if you want a long zoom during the day and won't be doing macro shots too close. Read more

Katalin E Csikos
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on December 15, 2020

Review:I had hard time finding a good cameras, but this one seems like a keeper. I still have to practice some manual setting, but I'm satisfied with this camera. Since I have it, I did not changed the batteries yet and I'm using it for few months now. Read more

Bobby
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2020

Review:Bought on February 3rd 2020.... dead on March 17 2020.... Will not turn on most of the time. When it does turn on it is only for a moment then shuts off. My return window ended on March 4. Not sure what to do now. Update: I called the phone number that was supplied with the camera for customer service and spoke to a very nice lady named Dawn. She fast tracked the RMA process for me and I should have a replacement by next week. I am still not sure how I feel about the camera and will reserve any opinion until this plays out and I have used the new one for awhile. However I will say that I am VERY impressed with Kodaks customer support. By the time I was off the phone with Dawn I already had an email from her with the RMA form and a label to print out at no cost to me. That's impressive. I would add that Dawn told me that this camera does not usually like the Ultra SD cards. Mine worked fine during the time the camera functioned. So just a word of warning and information for anyone contemplating purchasing this camera. Read more

Amazon Customer
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Date:Reviewed in Germany on February 7, 2021

Review:I don't believe this is a 16mp true camera. It is revealing that some settings only allow for 8mp, not more. I believe the 16mp result is made by double exposing the ccd, and for some reason the result just doesn't work. The focus and clarity is inconsistent across the plane and many images are blurry. We have a ten year old Nikon that has a maximum 10mp capability and the images in comparison are clear as a bell. Digital camera makers are struggling to compete with good mobile phone cameras. Horrible products like this only hasten the demise of the category. My phone, in this case, takes much better photos. Read more

TODO PARA CONSTRUCCION
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Date:Reviewed in Mexico on November 7, 2020

Review:nos apoyan buscamos como solucinar ese problema errro LENS OBSTRUCCION, RE-START CAMARA YA TRATAMSO DE MOVERLA Y NO S EPUEDE NSO APOYA ALGUIN PF O APOCO TENGO QUE DEVOLVERLA PARA GARANTIA Read more

Daniel Sniper
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Date:Reviewed in Canada on March 25, 2021

Review:The Camera is just 2 months old. Took a picture at 5 FT distance and try to zoom the image. The image was totally BLUR at 16M Pixel. Try with Nikon Coolpix 7M Pixel with the same scenario, picture came out perfectly clear and sharp. Try to get in touch with KODAK Warranty customer service ... NO ANSWER. I just put the KODAK away and buy 2 more NIKON COOLPIX150 for less price work awesome. Read more

Georgia
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Date:Reviewed in Canada on February 1, 2020

Review:Really nothing special about this camera. Great for someone or a young teen who is just getting into photography but if you're looking for a really high quality camera this on isnt it. Read more

Carrie LaRocque
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Date:Reviewed in Canada on December 2, 2020

Review:Bought for daughter in photography class. She loves it. Always outside snapping pictures. Well worth the purchase. Great value and quality. Read more