Summary: Great little point and shoot camera. Sometimes there is a glare in the pictures due to the little plastic lens shield but most pictures are amazingly clear and sharp. I have other much more expensive cameras but this one is small, quick (instant snap w/o focus) Best for scenery and when you can't take the time to wait for the lens to adjust itself. Reminiscent of the 50's and the Kodak Brownie camera which I still have and love.
This camera was purchased on April 15th and has already ...
James Lock, Amazon
17 July 2014
Summary: This camera was purchased on April 15th and has already stopped working. It states that my card needs to be formatted when it has already taken pictures on the same card for other occasions. When I put a new card in, it states formatting needs to take place. I press OK, the cameral starts formatting and after about 30 seconds, it shuts itself off. This has happened several times. A phone call to Kodak costs $15.00 to find out it needs to be sent in for a $50 repair.
It is easy to use and easy to download the pictures
Jen T, Amazon
4 July 2014
Summary: At first, I was concerned how light weight it is whether it could really take pictures well. I was pleasantly surprised. It is easy to use and easy to download the pictures. Great price for all the accessories. Thank you.
Summary: this camera is amazing, surprisingly light, take great photographs, is really amazing, very small, compact, and lightweight, with SD card slot that facilitates save even more photos, and has a very good software to transfer images from the camera to the computer, excellent resolution of the photo truly amazing and even more amazing for its functions and its value
Summary: I bought this camera and the easyshare printer for my non-technical 90-year old father in law. First, you can't just sit it on the connector on the printer (doesn't match); you have to connect it with the USB cable provided. I looked on the Kodak site before I purchased the camera and it said it was compatible with the printer. It takes good enough pictures for my father in law, but he has to take the camera to a place that prints the pictures for him.