Reviews and Problems with Kodak EASYSHARE C875 Zoom
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Battery solution for this great camera ! !
Greg L., Amazon
11 August 2007
Summary: I've owned this camera about 6 months, with same sorry results about poor battery life. Even fresh Duracells only give a few shots. Forget the AA NiMH rechargeables, they only put out about 2.5volts (no matter what the capacity) when fully charged. Found a great solution...
Summary: I've had a Kodak C875 for over six months now, and have taken hundreds of pictures with it. It's a great camera for the price, but there are a lot of things I wish were different about it. What I like: - The 8MP pictures, which are very clear at the lower ISO speeds.
Summary: This is an easy-to-use camera we've had for over 6 months and we bought it because it looked like the best camera to snap pictures quickly once you pushed the button, which is important if you have fast-moving kids. However, THE POWER CONSUMPTION IS AWFUL!
Summary: We bought this camera to replace an earlier EasyShare (CX 6330, I think) that we liked very much (3.1 megapixels, 3x zoom, but with a cracked battery door that sometimes resulted in a failure to deliver the juice needed to take pictures even when the battery's fully charged), but so far it has not...
Great as a Point and Shoot camera- ok for more advanced users
R. Lipman, Amazon
20 May 2007
Summary: Earlier this year, I purchased this camera for my daughter to use on a recent trip. Her criteria were small, easy to use and good quality pictures. She loves the camera and it has worked perfectly for her. One of the reasons why I purchased this camera is the 5x / 185mm eqiv zoom.
Summary: I love Kodak so much. The lens and features on this particular model are excellent. The picture quality with still and video are outstanding! THE ONLY PROBLEM, WHICH IS A HUGE PROBLEM, IS IT ONLY KEEPS A CHARGE FOR A FEW MINUTES.
Summary: This was one of the most highly rated cameras by a well-known consumer watchdog organization. After doing some research, we found that it could be had for a great price here on Amazon.com. It didn't disappoint.
Summary: This is my first digital camera for personal use. I found it easy to learn. It has most of the functions I was willing to pay for, and in its price range, I think the quality of pictures is generally superior.
Excerpt: The high end of the EasyShare line, with 8 megapixels and a nice 5x zoom lens, but still essentially a beginner camera. One would expect that a camera of this quality would be aimed at a somewhat more technically competent audience, but this camera remains a basic point-and-shoot …