Kodak M575 summary
Kodak M575 is Kodak's Ultracompact digital camera initially announced on January of 2010. It features a 14 MegaPixel, CCD 1/2.3" size sensor with a full resolution of 4288 x 3216.
The M575 places at #89 out of 151 in Ultracompact cameras and over-all #1036 out of 1422 for digital cameras in our list. Please try out our Smart camera filter to get camera listings based on your customized requirements.
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Kodak M575 history
The Kodak M575 comes with a history of related digital cameras. Listed below, you can view all previous and brand new models alongside important features.
Kodak M575 Gallery
You can view the M575 from various angles in the gallery underneath.
Kodak M575 Pros and Cons
Here is a list of upsides and downsides of the Kodak M575 based on aspects that are normally regarded as crucial in a digital camera.
Kodak M575 Sensor features
The sensor dimension on the Kodak M575 is 6.17mm x 4.55mm (1/2.3"). The 28 mm² sensor has the ability to capture 4288 x 3216 pixels with aspect ratios of 4:3, 3:2 and 16:9.Instagram's $20 billion Ad success
The CCD sensor boasts 14MP and includes a standard ISO range of 80 to 1000. Sadly, RAW photos are not supported therefore you have less room to maneuver in post.
The graphic below illustrates the M575's sensor size in comparison to other popular sizes. The M575 sensor comes with a crop factor of 5.8 and is outlined in green.Handle those 8K RED files like a boss
To get a sense of various aspect ratios, you should refer to the graphic below.
Kodak M575 dimensions
Kodak M575 weighs 0.34 pounds (152g / 5.36 ounces) and features external size of 99mm x 58mm x 19mm (3.9" x 2.3" x 0.7"). The weight of average Ultracompact camera is 121g and the Kodak M575 is more heavy compared to other competitors.400 Megapixel mode coming to Fujifilm GFX 100
Below is a pic of the Kodak M575 besides a softdrink to help you have a feel for its size.
The top view directly below will illustrate the button arrangement on the M575.
Kodak M575 Lens features
The M575 comes with a fixed lens giving a focal range of 28-140mm giving it a 5.0 x zoom which is definitely not outstanding however it is likely to be convenient in certain cases.
At it's widest 28mm, it provides an aperture of f which is beneficial in low light events and getting good bokeh. It would also allow you to use a much lower ISO for getting better images.
Kodak M575 Connectivity
The M575 has the following connectivity:
- USB Yes
Digital cameras which have NFC or Bluetooth compatibility can be used wirelessly with smartphones. You can easily transfer images and usually change camera settings without connecting straight with the camera.
A few apps also allow a Liveview and release the shutter if you are not close to the camera. If the camera provides a HDMI out, it can be hooked up to an external monitor. A lot of cameras will allow you to charge the battery pack with the USB port.
Kodak M575 Video features
The highest possible video resolution on the Kodak M575 is 1280 x 720 and it can save in Motion JPEG file format. 720p is awful by today's standards. You should really aim for a minimum FUll HD resolution for good video. The body does not offer a mic or headphone jack which means that you have zero control over your sound. It is probably a better idea to look at a different camera in case you need better sound in your videos.
Kodak M575 Weather Sealing
There is no environment proofing on the Kodak M575 so you have to be careful in rainy and dusty situations.
Kodak M575 Screen and Viewfinder
The Kodak M575 features a 3 inch fixed display screen with a resolution of 230 thousand dots.
Please be aware that the display offers no touch support.Unsplash partners with Institutions to bring historical archive photos
The View Finder details regarding Kodak M575 are the following:
- ViewFinder None
Viewfinders can be very beneficial in bright outdoor situations which can make the camera screen washed out and hard to view.
Kodak M575 Shutter features
The highest shutter speed is 1/1400 seconds.
Kodak M575 Flash and Hot shoe features
Kodak M575 has got just integrated flash without external flash support.
Kodak M575 Autofocusing features
Kodak M575 has got only Contrast Based Auto Focus and doesn't have Phase Detect Auto Focus. Phase Detection autofocusing is a lot more snappier & precise compared to Contrast Based autofocusing.
Kodak M575 does not have manual focusing. Manual focusing option can be good in low light conditions or you want to have more accurate control on focus.
Kodak M575 Battery life
The average Ultracompact camera battery life is 214. Nikon L32 offers the best (320) battery life in this group of cameras.
Listed below is a collection of Ultracompact cameras that come with the highest battery life:
Kodak M575 for varying kinds of photography
The following illustration indicates a rundown of the Kodak M575 for varying kinds of photography. To find out more, visit the specific paragraph below.
Kodak M575 Portrait photography highlights
The Kodak M575 gets a rating of 29 which is subpar, and means the camera is not really acceptable to use for portrait photography. Taking portraits leans greatly towards sensor specs, support for RAW photos and ability to utilize external lighting.
Kodak M575 Street photography advice
Having a moderate points total of 48, the Kodak M575 is somewhat adequate for street photography. A decent street photography camera comes with a perfect balance of image quality and portability.
Sports photography with Kodak M575
A subpar sports photography rating of 27 means the Kodak M575 is not really acceptable for taking pictures of sports. A camera needs fantastic focusing plus shutter speeds for sports photography.
Travel photography with Kodak M575
Size is extremely crucial when picking a travel camera. In general, the Kodak M575 gets a very good 68 as a travel camera which is a fine choice to purchase for your vacations.
Kodak M575 as a Landscape photography camera
For anybody who is planning to purchase a camera for landscape photos, the most vital aspect is going to be image quality. The Kodak M575 and it's subpar rating of 41 as a landscape camera is not really acceptable amongst it's competitors.
Kodak M575 Vlogging features
A vlogging camera preferably should posses a moving display, mic input and ideally IBIS. Considering every thing, the Kodak M575 is not really acceptable as a vlog camera as it delivers a subpar rating of 28.
Kodak M575 Alternatives
If you are in the market for replacements to the M575, below is a number of the highest scored cameras which fall within the category of Ultracompact.
The graph below provides you an overview of the M575 versus it's highest rated competitors shown above.
Following are several cameras you might look into as alternative options. To read a thorough comparison, go to the "compare" link.