Summary: Length:: 1:32 Mins I bought the Orange refurbished Playtouch for $30, and it came with the cables, manual, cloth pouch, just like when sold new, except now in a battered up retail box. Photos and videos are good, provided taken in sunny or bright places.
Summary: It shoots quality HD video for so cheap. Great for trying to make cheap, simple, but good quality talking head videos in a little home studio. But the touch screen will drive you nuts. Mine is all messed up and won't click in certain areas.
Summary: I love the quality of the video. It is easy to use. When I pan out to get a wider view it doesn't go far at all. I was really dissappointed with the view range. Other than that I am fully satisfied!!
Summary: I already have a Kodak PlayTouch just like this one I sent to our daughter in Europe. I love mine except that occasionally, if I forget to turn it off, it FREEZES COMPLETELY. I mean, you can't do anything with it except to wait until the battery is exhausted and then you can recharge it and go on.
Great Interface But Very Poor Quality Still Pictures With OK videos
25 December 2011
Summary: I know this is not an expensive video camera but I was hoping the still pictures would be at least as good as my 6 year old Kodak camera. The still pictures are terrible-almost as bad as the pictures from the old flip cellphones. I do like the interface-easy to use.
Summary: After a lot of back and forth I decided on this video camera before a big family vaca. Went with this over a Flip because of option to add memory. I really like the size of the screen, it's light weight and ease of use. The quality is pretty good for this type of camera.