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: it is easy to operate and lightweight to carry. good for a beginner to use and will take a good quality picture and can use share button to send to social media. if I needed more quality though I would have probably bought higher megapixels but not needed for my work use