We got our hands dirty with Kodak's latest offering in their Z series of superzooms — the Kodak EasyShare Z1015 IS, and have quite a bit to share with those of you're looking at investing in a consumer superzoom companion. [Credits @ end]

To start off, while the Z1015 IS is quite sturdy, it's a bit on the heavier side at 375g. The weight feels a little too biased towards the front end of the camera, making it rather lopsidedly heavy for those of you with weak wrists. If it's any consolation though, the camera offers a well textured rubber grip along the front right side (which is where you'd ideally grip it) really comfortable to the touch.

To add to the comfort, the camera boasts a well contoured groove on the right side, that fits the hand perfectly giving you the optimal control for those low light shots. The area around the screen has a glossy finish, adding a bit to the overall aesthetics. To sum it up - the camera has a sturdy body that feels good - like a potential weapon of choice for the consumer who's looking for a little more control.

The LCD display is 3-inch in size and offers a vibrant display of colors. The visibility was quite impressive in outdoor shots too, which is generally where LCDs tend to give a rather dull and inadequate display.

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