Summary Kodak DX7590

Prices Price
Camera only
Score Snapsort rank
Among similar cameras
#n/a of 5
Specifications Key specs
Help 10x
Screen size
Help 2.2"
Help f/2.8
Screen resolution
Help 153k dots
Wide angle
Help 38 mm
Movie format
Help 480p @ 13fps
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The Kodak DX7590 vs other recent digicams

Built-in flash Built-in flash Help
Usually standard
Viewfinder Doesn't use battery, see more detail Help
External flash External flash Help
Better lighting

The Kodak DX7590 vs other recent super zooms

Size Quite small Help
Standard size (97×81×80 mm)
Weight Light Help
400 g
Thickness Thin Help


The Kodak DX7590 vs other recent digicams

Screen resolution Very low resolution screen Help
153k dots
Light sensitivity Poor maximum light sensitivity Help
800 ISO
True resolution Lower true resolution Help
5 MP
Sensor type Sensor type Help
Fastest shutter speed Slow shutter speed Help
1/1000 of a second
Popularity Not so popular Help
Among snapsort users
Continuous shooting Slow continuous shooting Help
2 fps
Touch screen No touch screen Help
More buttons
Sensor size Slightly smaller than average sensor Help
1/2.5" 5.75x4.31mm
Announced Old Help
August 2004
Longest exposure Short exposures Help
16 seconds

The Kodak DX7590 vs other recent super zooms

Zoom Poor zoom Help
Screen size Small screen Help
Screen flips out Fixed screen Help
Less flexible
Wide angle Very poor wide angle lens Help
38 mm
Image stabilization No image stabilization Help
Risk of blur


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Avatar for Claus Kerke Claus Kerke (9:47 AM, October 20, 2012)
I use the DX7590 for seven years and I am still a fan of it. I prefer to make quick snapshots, not so much interested in detailed settings, rather prefer the predefined programs which all do the job for my taste. I bought from a Hongkong dealer the optional wide angel and tele converter lenses some years ago, which was adding a lot of fun to the camera. I use also filters from my old analog camera, thanks to the converter tube. Now and then I thought of upgrading to a Nikon or Canon, but after checking what I really need I stick still to the DX7590. Very good value for the money!