Kodak Zi6

76
Global
Score
76

A good product that falls short of greatness.

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Laptop Magazine says:

The Kodak Zi6 is lightweight, easy to use, and takes smooth HD video and crisp Macro photos. And it holds SD Cards, something the Flip Mino and Video Ultra don’t do—all this for $179, the same price as the Flip Mino. The Mino has a more streamlined design, but we’d rather carry and use the Kodak Zi6, despite the lack of built-in video-editing capabilities.
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Breakdown

Portability
7.0
Battery life
7.3
Audio recording quality
5.0
Recording capacity
7.0
Ease of use
8.4
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Specs

Zi6

Type
Consumer
Form factor
Handheld
Sensor type
CMOS
Media type
Internal storage, Memory card
Image stabilization
None
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Specs

Zi6

Type
Consumer
Form factor
Handheld
Sensor type
CMOS
Media type
Internal storage, Memory card
Image stabilization
None
View Full Specs
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