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.
Summary: This camera uses batteries so fast it's not even worth using. Even the most expensive ones only lasted an extremely short time. Not worth the cost of all the batteries. Buy a different camera.
Summary: I have only Kodak cameras, and I wanted an inexpensive version to use at work. The pictures aren't very clear, and though it takes regular AA batteries, it sucks them dry in no time. I get better pictures using the camera in my phone. Sorry Kodak. I love you guys, but this little guy is a fail.
Summary: I took this camera to the State fair and the pictures I took outside were ok. However the photos in the livestock barns that I took did not turn out real well. I know the camera was low priced but I wish I would have saved the money i spent on it and purchased a better camera. Ron
Summary: This item must be defective. It came with batteries but when I put them in the camera, it was showing a low battery icon. I went and purchased new batteries and it showed the low battery icon again. It does NOT come with an SD card so you have to purchase that seperately. It's not worth the trouble.
Summary: When working, the camera was satisfactory as it fell into the 'inexpensive and nothing fancy' category for me. Unfortunately, the camera broke after three months of very occasional use so it was not a product on which I could rely.
Summary: Terrible camera. I have had several kodaks and loved them. This one takes horrible pics inside. I know most dig cams work better in natural light, but this one is terrible. I wouldn't recommend it.