Summary Kodak V1003

Prices Price
Camera only
Score Snapsort rank
Among similar cameras
#n/a of 1
Specifications Key specs
Help 3x
Screen size
Help 2.5"
Help f/2.8
Screen resolution
Help 150k dots
Wide angle
Help 36 mm
Movie format
Help 480p @ 30fps
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Kodak EasyShare V1003Kodak EasyShare V1003


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The Kodak V1003 vs other recent compacts

Aperture Wide aperture Help
Thickness Thin Help
Size Really small Help
Compact (103×55×25 mm)
Weight Light Help
185 g


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The Kodak V1003 vs other recent compacts

Zoom Below average zoom Help
Screen resolution Very low resolution screen Help
150k dots
Image stabilization No image stabilization Help
Risk of blur
Screen flips out Fixed screen Help
Less flexible
Announced Old Help
January 2007
Fastest shutter speed Slow shutter speed Help
1/1448 of a second
Popularity Not so popular Help
Among snapsort users
Wide angle Very poor wide angle lens Help
36 mm
Screen size Very small screen Help
Light sensitivity Very poor maximum light sensitivity Help
1,600 ISO
Sensor type Sensor type Help
Viewfinder Can only preview photos on the screen Help
Longest exposure Short exposures Help
8 seconds


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Kodak EasyShare V1003
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Avatar for Chris Juszak Chris Juszak (7:32 PM, November 26, 2011)
Great compact digital camera. I've owned this for a few years now and I've taken *thousands* of pictures with it. It's also very robust. I've dropped it numerous times onto hard surfaces and it continues to take great point-and-shoot photos. I've owned about half a dozen point-and-shoot digital cameras and this one takes the best pictures. My biggest complaint is that the camera takes a while to reset between taking pictures and it's not a great low-light camera (works fine close range with flash of course, but sometimes a little overexposed). I also like the way it recharges (plug camera right into charger without taking battery out) and the VERY long battery life. For trickier shots (low light without flash, etc) I have a much "fancier" (and much more expensive) DSLR camera. However, this camera works great for 95% of "normal" situations, and is compact and robust for carrying around and traveling.