Summary: I purchased this to do some online marketing with video. The video is AWESOME. Great quality, HD, easy to use. If you just want to take this and shoot and upload...go for it. But if you want to download to your computer and edit....FORGET IT> Takes forever and never loaded correctly.
Summary: The camera is hard to hold so you need a tripod. The Kodak Pocket Video Digital Camera Remote Control doesn't work to zoom in or out, only to start or stop it. I bought it to video myself in presentations so i planned to use a tripod anyway but there is no way to reverse the screen so that I can see...
looks blurry after a few months, buy new, not used!
29 December 2012
Summary: I bought one new, but returned it thinking I didn't need it. Then I saw how much better the quality was on this than my camera one, so I bought it used. But now, it is blurry, so don't buy these used, it's worth it to buy new
The camera takes amazing video but is impossible to keep charged for any length of time
Adam Alvarez, Amazon
11 December 2012
Summary: Perhaps the charging system on my particular camera is defective but I have not been able to enjoy the Kodak play touch camera for any more than five or ten minutes before it goes completely dead even after hours of charging.
Summary: I was quite happy with the video quality and ease of use of this camera. Then when it was 5 months old, the touch screen would no longer respond properly. It may have something to do with the fact that I would often use it on a tripod and I noticed that the camera would flex.
Posting on social networks "yes" recording that special moment "NO"
27 July 2011
Summary: Nice looking product...but Stills... No optical zoom means the more you zoom the worse (grainy) the picture gets. Picture quality is ok outside with no zoom in full sun any less and again there goes the picture quality. Video... No optical zoom means the more you zoom the worse the picture gets.
Summary: I have both the Kodak PlayTouch and the Kodak PlayFull. This is a comparison I have created of the features for both of these cameras. While the PlayTouch is a much nicer looking camrea, the PlayFull takes a better picture.
Easy to use, but does not take good quality pictures/videos
9 February 2011
Summary: I purchased this for myself from another website and I am not satisfied with the product. The pictures and videos are very fuzzy if not taken in bright light, and unfortunately my Christmas videos and pictures are not clear and very poor quality.
Summary: This camera is my first video camera of this type - compact, flash, uploadable. I supplemented it with the best SD card available - high speed and high capacity. After a few hours of recording family activities, my wife and I are NOT impressed with the video quality.