Retro Digital P&S: Kodak EasyShare M753

Retro Digital P&S: Kodak EasyShare M753


Digital Imaging Reporter‘s Flashback Friday posts feature colorful, retro point-and-shoot digicams that are now in demand. Sought after by a range of photographers wanting a different imaging experience, you can find preowned models in your local camera stores. Today we spotlight the Kodak EasyShare M753 point-and-shoot camera.

Kodak EasyShare M753

The EasyShare M753 is part of a sleek line of zoom digital cameras Kodak released in mid 2007. Further, the Kodak EasyShare M series consists of four fashionable cameras: the M753, M853, M873 and M883.


Notably, the M753 has a 3x optical zoom, 37–111mm-equivalent f/2.8–5.2 lens and 7-megapixel resolution (CCD sensor). This allows you to print clear, crisp images up to 30×40 inches in size. Moreover, you can view the memories captured with the camera on its vibrant 2.5-inch LCD screen. The point-and-shoot camera also records 640×480 30-fps video.

The pocketable EasyShare M series point-and-shoot cameras have features that make picture-taking simple. From ISO settings of 80–1200 that help produce clearer pictures in low light to digital image stabilization and Kodak Perfect Touch technology.


Kodak offered the ultracompact M753 P&S in a choice of colors: denim, plum, pink bliss, sterling, copper and black onyx. At launch, it had a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $149.95.

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