Kodak Ektra

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Expertrecension från : Richard Easton (trustedreviews.com)

Kodak Ektra

 

As the saying goes, “the best camera you have is the one you have on you”. Anyone who owns a DSLR and a mountain of lenses and accessories can attest to how much of a pain carrying the caboodle around can be. That's why CSC and mirrorless cameras have...

Okt 2016

Expertrecension från : Ajay Kumar, Jim Fisher (pcmag.com)

Kodak Ektra

 

The Kodak Ektra is a unique smartphone that doubles as a solid point-and-shoot camera at an affordable price, but don't expect it to match up to more traditional devices in either regard.

Relatively affordable. Lightweight build. Large image sensor. Smooth overall performance. Solid image quality. Can shoot in Raw.

Mediocre battery life. Outdated software. Lacks fingerprint sensor. Subpar 4K footage. Shutter button has focus lag.

The Kodak Ektra is a $400 Android phone that doubles as a point-and-shoot camera, sparing you the hassle of carrying around two devices. It takes solid pictures and offers a reasonable level of performance for the price. That said, it's not necessarily...

Jul 2017

Expertrecension från : Andrew Hoyle (cnet.com)

This iconic brand should have stayed away from phones

 

Even after a price drop and a software upgrade, this still isn't the camera phone for most.

Er... you can expand its storage with microSD cards?

Disappointing camera. Made from cheap-feeling materials. Poor battery life and sluggish performance. Plus it's way too expensive.

The Ektra tries to be a great camera and a high-end phone at once, but it's not great at being either.

Jul 2017

Expertrecension från : Florian Wimmer (notebookcheck.net)

Kodak Ektra Smartphone Review

 

The camera-smartphone? The Kodak Ektra carries a big name and accordingly wants to pocket the prize for the best smartphone camera. Read on to find out if it does, and whether this smartphone could be something for you.

chic retro case ; stable chassis ; USB-OTG & USB 3.0 ; solid photo apps ; good voice quality ; good front camera ; stylish accessories ; workable performance values

case heats up quite significantly ; bulky plastic chassis ; short battery life ; high energy consumption ; dim, low-contrast display ; relatively expensive ; poorly equipped main camera... ; ... with meager picture quality ; no NFC ; no fingerprint sensor

The Kodak Ektra occupies a niche: It is a smartphone for people who want to stand out with their device and appreciate the retro camera design. Accessories in the form of leather camera cases are a perfect fit for that. But can the smartphone do more...

Jan 2017

Expertrecension från : Andrew Hoyle (cnet.co.uk)

Kodak Ektra review

 

Editors' note: Since our initial review, Kodak has made significant software updates and dropped the price to $400 in the US and £370 in the UK (the US price converts to AU$540). We have edited our original review to reflect the price and slight...

Er... you can expand its storage with microSD cards?

Disappointing camera. Made from cheap-feeling materials. Poor battery life and sluggish performance. Plus it's way too expensive.

The Ektra tries to be a great camera and a high-end phone at once, but it's not great at being either.

Jul 2017

Expertrecension från : Chris Martin (techadvisor.co.uk)

Kodak Ektra smartphone hands-on review

 

Kodak has taken an iconic camera from 1941 and turned it into a phone built for photogaphers. Check out the Kodak Ektra smartphone in our hands-on review.

It's too early to give a verdict on the Kodak Ektra but it has a lot of potential, especially at a cheaper price point compared to flagship phones. We certainly like the unique design so we're looking forward to testing it out properly.

Okt 2016

Expertrecension från : Katharine Byrne (expertreviews.co.uk)

Kodak Ektra review: Hands on with Kodak's very first smartphone

 

Kodak's iconic 1941 Ektra camera has been reborn as a smartphone, and we've been hands on

Still, from what I've seen so far, the Kodak Ektra is definitely one to watch. I just had Google's superb Pixel phone in for testing, which easily has the best smartphone camera I've seen this year, so it will be interesting to see how the Ektra...

Okt 2016

Expertrecension från : Mark Goldstein (photographyblog.com)

Kodak Ektra Review

 

The Kodak Ektra is the secondever smartphone from the famous US company. Designed to be a smartphone for keen photographers, the Kodak Ektra has a 21-megapixel 1/2.4in sensor rear-facing camera with an f/2.0 lens, 6-axis optical image stabilisation and...

The Kodak Ektra certainly looks fantastic in all those glossy online marketing shots, but in reality it doesn't quite live up to its promise, either as a camera or a smartphone.

Jun 2017

Expertrecension från : Nandagopal Rajan (indianexpress.com)

Kodak Ektra review: Great design and concept, but the photos need to be better

 

Kodak Ektra is in fact more a camera than a smartphone, at least it looks so. But is this an idea whose time has come? Well, I used the Kodak Ektra for well over a week and here's our full review.

Aug 2017

Expertrecension från : Joshua Waller (ephotozine.com)

Kodak Ektra Smartphone (2016) Full Review

 

We review the new Kodak Ektra Smartphone - a 21mp camera phone, with 4K video, designed for photographers with manual controls and numerous shooting modes.

The Kodak Ektra Smartphone is one of the only current smartphones to offer the retro look and style of a compact camera. There's also a large two-stage shutter release button, adding the feel of using a real camera. The smartphone doesn't come across...

Jul 2017