Play, Edit, and Print Functions
LCD Monitor: The Kodak EasyShare M320 has a large 2.7" LCD
monitor featuring approximately 237,000 pixels for framing your shots and
viewing your recorded images. The camera has no separate optical viewfinder.
There are two LCD Monitor settings: High Power and Power Save.
Image Sensor: For optimal image quality, the camera uses a 1/2.5" CCD
image sensor with approximately 9.2-million total pixels and 9.0-million
Recording Media: The M320 has a built-in internal 16MB memory. Only approximately 10MB is
available for recording still or moving images (with mono audio).
The camera can also record on optional SD or SDHC Memory Cards with a capacity
of up to 32GB. When the Image Storage setting is Auto, the camera stores images
on an SD card if one is inserted. If not, the image is stored in the internal
memory. The Internal Memory setting always stores the image on the internal
memory, even if a card is installed.
Note: You can copy pictures/videos from an inserted media card to
the internal media or from the internal memory to an inserted media card.
Image Formats: Still images are recorded in
JPEG (Exif 2.21), while movies are recorded in QuickTime format (CODEC: Motion
JPEG, Audio data: G.711).
Still Image Resolution/Aspect Ratio: The M320 can record
pictures in three aspect ratios: 4:3 (default), 3:2 (best choice for 4x6
prints), and 16:9 (best choice for viewing on an HDTV). You can choose from the
following still image resolutions in each aspect ratio:
||9.0 MP (3496 x 2626)
5.0 MP (2592 x 1944)
3.1 MP (2048 x 1536)
1.2 MP (1280 x 960)
||8.0 MP (3472 x 2314)
2.2 MP (1800 x 1200)
6.8 MP (3472 x 1952)
12.1 MP (1920 x 1080)
Optics: The camera features a
Kodak AF 3x Optical Aspheric Lens. Combined with the 5x digital zoom, the telephoto capabilities
are extended to
a total zoom of approximately 15x. The lens has a focal length of 34-102mm (35mm equivalent).
Note: The optical zoom is not available during video recording.
AF Zone: The camera
utilizes TTL (through-the-lens) automatic focusing with selectable focus areas:
- Multi-Zone: Evaluates 5 zones to give an even picture focus.
Ideal for general picture taking.
- Center-Zone: Evaluates the small area centered in the lens. Ideal
when you need precise focus.
Framing Marks: Framing
marks indicate the camera's focus area.
The camera features the following focus ranges:
23.6" to infinity
Macro Mode: for sharpness and detail at close range
- Wide: 3.9"
- Telephoto: 23.6" to 27.6"
to infinity (W)
Face Detection Technology: The M320 features face detection
technology which automatically locates faces (up to 3) and adjusts the camera settings for
optimum shots of family and friends.
Burst Shooting: When the Burst Mode is selected, you can
take up to 3 pictures in quick succession (about 1.4 frames per second)
while the shutter button is held down. The focus and exposure are set with
the first picture. This mode is not available in Panorama mode.
Self-Timer: The self-timer starts when the shutter button is
pressed. The delay time can be set to 10 seconds (so you have time to get into
the scene), 2 seconds (for a steady shutter release on a tripod), or 2 shot. In
the 2 shot mode, the first picture is taken after a 10-second delay, and the
second picture is taken 8 seconds later.
Shooting Modes: The M320 has a Mode Dial on the top of the camera
for selecting the following shooting modes:
- Auto: The scene is analyzed for other content and for lighting.
- Landscape: Used for distant scenes.
- Blur Reduction: Reduces blur caused by camera shake or
- Close-Up: Use for close-range shots. Use available light
instead of flash, if possible.
- High ISO: Suitable for picture of people indoors, in low
- Scene: Point-and-shoot simplicity when taking
pictures in the following situations: Portrait, Flower, Sunset,
Backlight, Candle Light, Children, Manner/Museum, Text, Beach, Snow,
Fireworks, Self-Portrait, Night Portrait, Night Landscape, and Sports.
- Panorama: For stitching together up to 3 pictures into a
- Video: For capturing video with sound. The M320 can record up to 80 minutes of video in the
- VGA (640 x 480 @ 30 fps)
- QVGA (320 x 240 @ 30 fps)
Exposure Compensation: If you are shooting against a bright background or strong backlight, you may
need to correct the exposure so that the subject doesn't come out too dark. You
can set the adjustments from -2 to +2 in 1/3-step increments.
Long Time Exposure: You can choose how long the shutter of the camera
stays open. You can select 0.5, 1, 2, or 4 seconds.
The ISO speed can be set to 80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1000, or Auto.
Exposure Metering Modes:
You can select from the following metering modes:
Multi-Pattern: Evaluates lighting conditions throughout
the image to give an optimum picture exposure.
Center-Weighted: Evaluates the lighting conditions of
the subject centered in the lens.
Similar to Center-Weighted, except the
metering is concentrated on a smaller area of the subject centered in the
The M320 has a built-in
flash. You can select Auto (flash fires in low
light), Fill (flash always fires), Red Eye (pre-flash fires before the main
flash to reduce red eye phenomenon) or Off (flash doesn't fire). The
flash has a working range (@ ISO 320) of 2' to 9.8' in Wide Angle and 2' to 5.6' in
Note: The camera saves the flash setting, even after the
camera is turned off.
White Balance: You can choose from the following white
balance settings (available in Program and Panorama modes):
The camera sets the white balance automatically according to shooting
For recording in natural outdoor lighting.
Corrects the orange cast of incandescent light bulbs.
Fluorescent: Corrects the green cast of fluorescent lighting.
- Open Shade:
For pictures in shade of natural lighting.
Sharpness: This function controls picture sharpness. You can choose
High, Normal, or Low.
Color Modes: You can
choose the look and feel of the photos you take by selecting one of the
following Color Mode effects: High Color,
Natural Color, Low Color, Black & White, or Sepia.
Play, Edit, and Print
Orientation Sensor: When the orientation sensor is
activated, the camera rotates pictures to their correct orientation during
Quick View: After you take a picture/video, the LCD briefly displays
Blur Warning: A Blur Icon is displayed during Quick View or Review of
Index View: You can view up to 9 picture/video thumbnails at once.
Multimedia Slide Show: Use Multimedia Slide Show to
display your pictures/videos on the camera's LCD screen. You can play all
pictures/videos, or select images to include in the slide show. You can even
save a slide show for later viewing.
Image Magnification: When
viewing a still picture, you can magnify the image
up to 8x. You can also pan around the zoomed image to view a particular portion
of the picture.
Editing Photos: The digital camera offers the following editing
functions for still images.
- Cropping Pictures: You can crop a picture so that only the
desired portion of the picture remains.
- Kodak Perfect Touch Technology: Kodak Perfect Touch Technology
helps ensure better, brighter pictures.
- Note: You cannot apply Perfect Touch Technology to videos,
panoramic pictures, or pictures to which Perfect Touch Technology is
- Sound Tags: You can record a voice or sound tag up to 1
minute long to an image while in the replay mode.
- Note: Only one sound tag can be added to each picture (not to
Editing Videos: The Kodak digital camera offers the following video
- Making a Picture: You can choose a single frame from a video,
then make a picture suitable for a 4x6-inch print.
- Trimming Video: You can remove an unwanted start or end from a
video, saving only the desired portion.
- Video Action Print: From a video, you can make a 4x6-inch print
which includes 4, 9, or 16 still frames of a video.
The protect feature allows you to protect important images from accidental
Share Button: Using the Share button on the back of
the camera allows you to print and email images.
Printing Images: The M320 is compatible with PictBridge technology,
allowing you to print directly to a PictBridge enabled printer via USB cable.
When printing, you can select one of the following options:
- Current Picture: You can select the picture you want to print,
then choose the number of copies.
- Tagged Picture: You can print pictures that are tagged for
printing, and choose a print size.
- Index Print: You can print thumbnails of all pictures, and, if
the printer is capable, select a print size.
- All Pictures: You can print all pictures in the internal memory
or on a card, then choose the number of copies.
The Kodak EasyShare M320 is powered by the supplied KLIC-7001 rechargeable
Lithium-Ion battery pack (3.7V/770mAh). The battery pack can be charged in the
camera using the supplied USB cable, plugged into your computer, or used
with the supplied AC adapter. A fully charged battery has enough power for
300-350 pictures. When fully depleted, the battery recharges in about 3 hours.
Auto Power Off: The camera can be set to automatically turn off after
a 1, 3, 5, or 10 minutes of inactivity.
EasyShare Software (version 8.0): With the supplied EasyShare software,
you can do the following:
- Organize your pictures with your own tags and star ratings, then use the
search feature to quickly find any picture in your collection.
- Edit your pictures with ease--select from a variety of simple tools that
reduce red-eye, improve lighting, remove wrinkles and blemishes, and add
- Create photo projects online or at home-choose from hundreds of
templates and designs to create album pages, cards, invitations and much
- Share your photos and videos with family and friends at the Kodak
Gallery or YouTube.
- Operating System: Windows XP or later, Macintosh OS X
10.3 or higher
- Web Browser: Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher, Safari 1.1 or
- 600 MHz processor or greater
- 128 MB RAM
- 200 MB hard drive disk space available
- CD-ROM drive
- Available USB port
- Color Monitor, 800 x 600 display resolution, 16-bit minimum