No Model Number; No Extended Manual; No Product Support
29 June 2014
Summary: While there is a manual that comes with the camera, it is insufficient for non-techies like myself. When I went to look the manual up online, I was required to enter a model number. None on the device. None on the ad. As I scrambled thru the website, I found one very clear message. This Playtouch device (if only I knew which one mine is) is no longer supported by Kodak. No way. No how. I did look at the Overview for all the Playtouch video cameras listed.
Summary: Blurried lines is a great song but a horrible review for this camera. The video was horribly blurred and unuseable. I coach and use video for the teams and we were not able to use the video because of the blurried video that made the players unrecognizable.
Summary: My camera is one year old. The touch-screen buttons don't work so cannot send videos, edit videos, delete videos, etc. Kodak said send it back they can fix it for $84. Amazon's price on new Kodak Zi10 is $79.99. Don't buy this camera. If you read the reviews online and on YouTube you will understand the need to find a different product.
Summary: This camera is horrid. After about two weeks the touch screen ability un calibrates. You also have to go onto your computer to delete because the delete button is no longer active after a few days. I do not recommend this camera to anyone!
Summary: I purchased it a year and a half ago and have used it only a few times, and every time, it's been like pulling teeth. I start with a full charge and the thing conks out after just a couple minutes of shooting. And when I plug it back into the AC outlet, I get no charge indicator whatsoever to assure me that it is still alive. I did a side by side comparison with my video camera on my old iPhone 3GS. I wanted to compare the audio and video quality.