LCD and Viewfinder
Kodak Sport has a Fixed Type 2.4" LCD screen with a resolution of 112k dots. At only 2.4", the screen is on the smaller side and 112kdot resolution is lower than most of the recent models in this class.
Sport doesn't have a viewfinder and no option for external viewfinder. Lack of a viewfinder can be problematic especially under strong light where visibility of LCD screens goes down dramatically. If you need a Compact camera with a built-in viewfinder in a similar price range, consider Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H50 (Compare) or Canon PowerShot SD780 IS (Digital IXUS 100 IS) (Compare). If the price is not an issue, take a look at our Top Rated Cameras with Viewfinders.
Max Shutter speed
Kodak Sport can shoot continuously at max speed of
and has max shutter speed of 1/1400 sec
Unfortunately Sport doesn't have an external flash shoe so you are limited with the built-in flash.
Kodak Sport features a Contrast Detection autofocusing system. Kodak Sport also features Face detection AF
where it intelligently detects the faces in the frame and locks the focus automatically.
With Kodak Sport, you can record your videos at a highest resolution of 640 x 480 at 30 fps and save in and Motion JPEG formats. 640 x 480 is a low video resolution by todays standards. If video quality is important for you, we recommend you to look at cameras with Full HD, even better 4K / Ultra-HD resolution
Sport has a built-in Mono microphone but no speaker.
Kodak Sport doesn't have any connections for external microphones and headphones. If you need a Compact camera with external microphone connectivity, consider Samsung PL120 or Samsung SH100 in a similar price range.
Connectivity and Storage
Kodak Sport has a USB 2.0 (480 Mbit/sec) port to connect your camera to other devices.
Kodak Sport Features Compared to Main Competitors