... my expectations and I must say this is a great product. Being able to use the external Mic ...
Marcellus McMillian, Amazon
23 October 2014
Summary: This has far exceeded my expectations and I must say this is a great product. Being able to use the external Mic has been a huge help to me and I am looking so forward to making some awesome videos.
best camera for recording concerts - can adjust sound levels
D. lorenzini, Amazon
13 May 2014
Summary: when camera needs to look like a phone to get into concerts...this is the best. sound levels make for clean recordings. get a 16GB sd card, and 2 more batteries and you're set. also helps to have a plug in stereo mic, but internal mic is ok. again..
Summary: I wanted to tell you that this camera works 100% good like the other one I had that was broken. The good thing is that were able to trade the broken one back to Amazon and got our money back then got this new one. It's nice to have the new one. Thank you!!!
J. Hamilton "- Author of Visionaries Thrive I..., Amazon
3 April 2014
Summary: needs a remote, I think, or you giggle it when recording (stopping or starting). I have a 6" tripod that sits on my desk that's perfect for recording me for video. I have to spend more time with it to see how I can watch myself, i.e., a monitor.
Summary: Kodak has always been my choice, With the Kodak PlayTouch which is just another excellent product that came from Kodak! It's easy to use has long battery life and is a good value for the money you can't go wrong if you like taking videos and pictures on the run.
Summary: This unit has the input jack so you can use an external mic and that is a game changer for cheap video production. You can't go wrong with this unit. Also the water proof version is also very good as well.
Oh Kodak, if only you'd marketed this before the iPhone killed the pocket cam business
Robert E. Penn "DigitalVideoDelivered", Amazon
12 February 2014
Summary: This baby is sweet. It produces very good quality images and has a mic input. In fact, I've used footage shot with this camera in a documentary. Of course, I had to transcode from MPEG to Quicktime, but it's what I do.