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Kodak includes alkaline disposables in the product bundle, so be sure to factor in the cost of some rechargeables and a charger when making your purchase, unless you already have these on hand.
List pricing for the Kodak Easy Share C813 is set at about US0.
V-Series had a number of innovations, such as dual-lens technology, first introduced with the V570.
The V-Series line has now discontinued, superseded by higher-end M-Series cameras.
The Kodak Easy Share C813 is based around an eight megapixel CCD imager coupled to a Kodak-branded 3x zoom lens with a 36 - 108mm equivalent focal range - a rather tight wide angle to a moderate telephoto.
As befits its budget pricing, the Kodak C813 has a 2.4-inch 115K pixel LCD display and there's no optical viewfinder.
Typically, Z-Series cameras have higher optical zooms than any other series.
The DX series is now discontinued; the higher-end DX Series models eventually became the Z-Series.
They're an increasingly rare option these days, but cameras with optical viewfinders add a good degree of versatility, letting you get the shot when you can't make out the LCD in bright sunlight, or save battery life by disabling the LCD when accurate framing isn't vital.
It's a shame that the C813 lacks the option, but certainly understandable given the pricepoint.
Five white balance settings are available including an auto mode, and ISO sensitivity is controlled automatically from 80 to 200, or manually from 80 to 1250 equivalents.
The Easy Share C813 also offers a movie mode, capturing 15 frames-per-second VGA (640x480) or 30 fps QVGA (320x240) clips, in Quick Time Motion JPEG format.