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Old Jan 15, 2006, 9:48 PM   #11
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Truly other than a less than perfect battery life, I cannot find many problems with the V-530 or V-550 (if you want an optical viewfinder).The V-530is a very impressive ultra small camera. And my observation is this: the samller and handier the camera is, the more you will use it.

Here is another, no flash, ISO 400, hand held example phototaken with the V-530 camera at the Smithsonian Museum.

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Old Jan 15, 2006, 9:51 PM   #12
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how does the these kodak focus in low light? does it connect instantly or does it have to hunt awhile? This is what's frustrating with my canon sd300, Sony I'm confident with the low light assist ability.
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Personally, I am very impressed with how fast the Kodak V-530 can focus. For example, here is a photo taken today as we drove to Oregon. It was taken while we drove along WITHOUT stopping, at 75mph, and I think it it quite impressive.

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