Summary: I got this camera a long time ago so I'm sorry for the late review. Anyway, the camera took pretty good video when lighting was good. Not that great in low-light conditions. Its greatest features included being able to carry it in a pocket and the very fast bootup time.
Summary: I just read in amazon.com that Kodak is phasing out its video camcorder dept. How come a camera that was less that half this price NEW and will have no support is now over $300? Mine cost me around $130 NEW, was not a year old when it went dead.
Summary: I picked up this portable video camcorder a few days ago from BestBuy, and I really wanted to like it since it was the highest rated among its competitors on Cnet. Shooting on this thing was a breeze, and it looks good on the small 2" screen, clear and sharp.
Summary: This camera was a gift to us, and while we use it occasionally I would not purchase with my own money. The positives are that it is very portable and it has an external mic plugin, and the USB cable is built in so it makes it easy to connect up to the computer. The cons are big though.
Lots of Features--but poor quality--quit working--junk
E. Westbrook, Amazon
10 March 2010
Summary: Kodak quality has really gone downhill since digital drove it to bankrupcy. Kofdak's computer printers are unreliable junk. And sadly this digital camera was also junk--lots of desirable features, but ti quit qorking after a while.
Summary: I bought this in the summer of 2011. Back then it was around $118. I really love how convenient it is. I have to replace it soon because it has started to shut off on it's own even when there is plenty of battery life. Back then, it was an extraordinary deal. It also takes nice pictures.
Summary: Got the camcorder as a Christmas gift. Have some issues with it that I feel I need to put out there as I returned it. First, it would be a great camcorder if not for the faults. But the faults I found outweigh the features.