Kodak Easyshare Z981 Manual User Guide and Troubleshooting

KODAK EASYSHARE Z981 The KODAK EASYSHARE Z981 Digital Camera series features: 14-megapixel resolution for stunning prints up to 30 x 40 inches; 26x optical zoom and 26mm wide-angle lens (SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH VARIOGON optical zoom lens); 3-inch bright LCD; One-button upload to YouTube, Facebook, Flickr, and Kodak Gallery sites, plus e-mail; 64 MB internal memory with SDHC/SD card expansion slot; TTL imager AF system focus type; 64, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400 ISO Sensitivity; and many more advanced features from Kodak.

The following page provides detail information regarding the Kodak Easyshare Z981 manual, user guide, operating instruction and troubleshooting procedures.

This Kodak Easyshare Z981 manual and user guide is divided into sections as follows:

> Product Overview
> Do more with your camera, this section includes instructions on how to: take a video, use the flash, use the optical zoom, delete pictures/videos; P, A, S, and M modes, use the menu button to change settings.
> Share and tag pictures, this section covers: choose networking sites to show; manage email addresses and KODAK PULSE Digital Frames; tag pictures; and a smarter way to find your pictures
> Solve camera problems
> Appendix

Get more information on Kodak Easyshare Z981 manual and user guide here [source: kodak.com].

4 thoughts on “Kodak Easyshare Z981 Manual User Guide and Troubleshooting

  1. Iain

    Dustin, I would go into Adobe Photoshop an use the appropriate tools. Regarding Adobe Photoshop, I completed an eight hour course at the local college, I reckon this is the best way to go. Its easy to pick up if you have a good lecturer. Its quite amazing what one can do although it is time consuming. I have Adobe Elemets 5, I think version 7 is now available if not 8, it covers a lot of things and is much cheaper than the full Adobe Photoshop. Cost $140 aud a few years ago.

  2. kodak easyshare z981

    I have a kodak easyshare z981 and I love it except for inside people shots. It seems so slow that my kids make jokes about how long they have to stand still. But we went to Yukon Territory the first 2 weeks of Sept and took hundreds of pictures. Magnificent shots and the zoom was phenomenal! I stick to a small point and shoot camera for inside shots except for ones in a gym or theater. The charger with the kodak easyshare z981 is a joke but batteries do seem to hold a charge for a while. The lens cover on all my older Kodak Easyshares were horrible and would never stay on but this camera seems to have fixed that problem because the cover does stay put.


    It is disgusting that Kodak sold me a camera without a manual. I cannot download pictures to my appraisal program It is useless to me. I called to request a manual and Kodak wants to charge for the manual. I understand it is now free with purchase–I recommend you check the contents.


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