Search  for anything...

KODAK PIXPRO Astro Zoom AZ255-BK 16MP Digital Camera with 25X Optical Zoom 24mm Wide Angle 1080P Full HD Video and 3" LCD (Black)

  • Based on 23 reviews
Condition: New
Checking for product changes
$166.58 Why this price?
Save $13.41 was $179.99

Buy Now, Pay Later


As low as $28 / mo
  • – 6-month term
  • – No impact to credit
  • – Instant approval decision
  • – More plans available at checkout

Selected Option

Free shipping on this product

Availability: In Stock.
Fulfilled by Amazon

Arrives Wednesday, Feb 8
Order within 18 hours and 6 minutes
Available payment plans shown during checkout

Color: Black


Features

  • 25X Optical Zoom and 24mm Wide Angle
  • 1080P Full HD Video
  • 16 MegaPixel
  • 3" LCD
  • OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) and uses AA Batteries

Description

Discover the new collection of KODAK PIXPRO Digital Cameras and discover a world of creativity at your fingertips. The AZ255 is the perfect bridge camera to explore your love of photography. Ample mega pixels, 25X optical mega zoom and a wider angle lens than traditional models, this camera could easily become your new best friend. KODAK PIXPRO Digital Cameras - Tell your story.


Frequently asked questions

If you place your order now, the estimated arrival date for this product is: Wednesday, Feb 8

Yes, absolutely! You may return this product for a full refund within 30 days of receiving it.

To initiate a return, please visit our Returns Center.

View our full returns policy here.

  • Klarna Financing
  • Klarna Pay in 4
  • ViaBill Easy Monthly Payments
Leasing options through Acima may also be available during checkout.

Learn more about financing & leasing here.

Top Amazon Reviews


  • The quality isn’t too bad
Color: White
I’m an absolute novice when it comes to photography and my way around a digital camera. But I am surprised by the quality based on this cameras price. I plan on attaching lenses once I get the hang of this. It’s very light, but a bit small in my hands. There’s TONS of settings and filters for whatever the need may be. As a beginner I don’t feel too overwhelmed by the features. Very satisfied order. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on January 15, 2023 by T

  • Great Travel Camera, but Why the Whinny Video Lense?
Color: Black
I am an experienced filmmaker and own numerous cameras for film and photography and typically like Kodak products. The KODAK PIXPRO Astro Zoom AZ255-BK is not a bad choice for an inexpensive consumer camera, specifically for travel and if your concerned about theft and loss and the cost of replacement. I liked the vivid and crisp images and overall quality for photography, however I was disappointed by the high-pitched whine of the lens when focusing using the video camera. The instruction manual did not suggest this could be adjusted in the sound or menu so I have to assume the defect is in the design. The camera did not appear to be defective otherwise. Bottom line: If you're looking for a inexpensive camera for photography and don't care about the focus whine while using the video camera than this could be the right choice for you. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on January 14, 2023 by Michael P

  • Good bridge camera for casual users
Color: White
There is a lot to like about this camera for the casual user. Serious photography enthusiasts will find a couple of quirks off-putting, but overall it can take some nice photos, and is a great size for travel. I liked the multiple modes and special scene options. Autofocus works well and you have options for contrast focus, which is a nice feature. The optical zoom range is great for getting in close to distant objects. Color rendition is satisfactory as well. The choice to use AA cells instead of a proprietary rechargeable pack is a smart one, especially for those travelling where it's difficult to find any camera shops. You can use rechargeable AA's to save energy and the environment, while also keeping the option to use regular alkaline batteries if you need to. It's a great feature for this kind of camera. It does feature creative aids like the grid overlay and histogram. And it is small and light enough for all-day wear using the included neck strap. There is a built-in flash for low light photos, but it's going to be a straight-on flash since there is no hot shoe. If you need to take a really important portrait in lower light, use a tripod, the self-timer feature, and tell your subject to hold really still. Okay, so what are the things that experienced photographers will immediately take issue with? A lack of a continuously variable aperture. You get two aperture settings, large and small. That's it. And they are both constantly variable with focal length. The farther you zoom, the smaller the small aperture becomes (as does the large one). They included an aperture priority mode on the dial, but it's essentially a large or small mode. It's a really weird way to handle this part of the exposure triangle, and photographers that want more creative input than "auto mode" will consider it a handicap. If you're the type of photographer that likes letting the camera do all the heavy lifting and you are happy to let it make all of the exposure decisions, you'll find this camera a treat to use. The other thing that I missed was a viewfinder. Yes, it's a mirrorless sensor, but there is no electronic view finder. You compose your shots on the rear display, and that's it. It does seem adequate to do so outdoors in daylight so it's not going to stop you, but if you prefer a viewfinder, you will need to look elsewhere. The camera does include a micro-USB cable for file transfer, and you also have the option to remove the SD card and pop it in your computer. Overall, it's a great little camera at a great price as long as you understand the limitations and don't need any of the features it lacks (which most users won't need). The optical zoom and other features surpass the capability of most cell phone cameras, and the light weight and compact size make it worth it to carry along, especially for those zoomed in shots your cell phone couldn't hope to achieve. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 11, 2022 by RoninUT

  • Excellent camera. Perfect for beginners
Color: Black
This is an amazing camera with a vast array of features for the price that it is charging. I was pleasantly surprised at both the picture quality and the lens quality. It is relatively compact considering you get the full DSLR shape, but definitely in a much smaller size. It is very light and much more easy to use so this makes it a perfect camera for beginners who still want the option to learn manual photography. So first off I was just blown away by the massive zoom range that this camera has. You go from a 25 mm equivalent all the way to a 600 mm zoom lens but at the long end of that you are definitely not looking at a very fast wins having a 6.2 f stop I have spent many years teaching people photography starting with old-school film cameras and some of the earliest digital cameras all the way up to the latest DSLR‘s. I know how difficult it is to teach novices how to navigate the menus of these things not to mention what all of the options are actually for. This camera has actually managed to simplify and slim down the menu to make it very understanding for even the most wet behind the ears beginners and yet still maintain the ability to go into full manual mode. In addition common features are quite easily accessible and there’s not a whole lot of things that you need to memorize in terms of camera controls. This makes the UI an excellent piece of engineering that befits the physical ergonomics of this camera. I would say it is mentally ergonomic as well. It doesn’t come with an SD card so I’m just letting you know there but at this price that doesn’t bother me and it uses 4 AA batteries rather than a lithium. I’m actually OK with that and the fact that I think it needs those batteries to give it a little bit of weight because this thing is very light. That’s a good thing but I still associate heaviness with quality so I kind of have to adjust your expectations there. Is this something like a Sony ZV 1,, absolutely not, but it is also a third of the price. I dare say that this is the best point and shoot I have seen in this price range. And the zoom range is extraordinary. This is quite a camera. And I would imagine that it is a little bit risky since almost everyone just uses their phone now I wouldn’t think the market for point-and-shoot is all that healthy. But I still know people who use real cameras and others who want to learn how to use real cameras and I believe this is a perfect starting point. I have to give Kodaka kudos for this line of cameras. I believe it fills I need that the market is no longer addressing. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 12, 2022 by Wall•E

Can't find a product?

Find it on Amazon first, then paste the link below.