Summary: I ordered this because i wanted Kodak and and it was the best price anywhere. Unfortunately it was a present for grandchild in another state. When he went to use it said only one picture available. He hadn't taken any yet. He wasnt' thrilled and i didn't think i'd need to buy a memory card. I've used other camera's without need memory chip right away. I would have given 5 stars if it would have allowed more than one pick to be taken without memory card.
Summary: This camera doesn't take as clear pictures as my former Kodak Easyshare camera and it also has a 5 second delay before it takes pictures. I have corrected the setting numerous times but it doesn't seem to help.
Summary: I guess the old expression applies for the camera, ie you get what you pay for. I only paid $50 and shouldn't expect much more since Kodak has gone out of business. The camera works great once I figured out how to use it and download to computer since no software came with it. I found out that Kodak doesn't even have any consumer support now. My final suggestion is to pay a little more and get something worthwhile.
Summary: The plus for this product, it is easy to use. My mother was in need of a new camera. She has diabetes, which complicates vision and touch. This Camera was perfect for that. She has found it easy to hold, the button were perfect size and simple. Yet, this camera offered a variety of settings and optional cropping and editing. However, some of the pictures seem to be blurry at times. It is a good pixel for close pictures, however, not distant or sporting events.