Summary: This camera is a good buy for the money. It is knida flimsy and lightweight but it seems to do the job. I have no operational complaints and it seems to work just as described but I expected more out of the zoom. That was my fault for not doing more research. I would say this is a good entry level camera and have had no problems with it since it was purchased...
Summary: Cute little camera. We bought it for our 10 year old because she likes to make videos. Be aware (which I was not) that when you play back videos on the camera screen there will be no sound. Only when connected to a t.v. or computer do you hear the sound... a bummer. It will be a Christmas gift so she hasn't given her opinion yet. There is a whirring noise for no apparent reason...not focusing or doing anything and it will whir...will wait to see if that is a defect.
Summary: This camera takes great pictures but it's hard to see in sunlight because it only has the big screen. Zoom could be better, at times it makes pics a little grainy. Love the share button but it doesn't allow you to edit before sending. Overall, this is a pretty good product for the price.
Summary: I bought this camera to use temporarily and will be handing it down to my 9 year old daughter when I get my new one. It's not as if I expected a pro quality camera for $69, but I did expect more from Kodak. The Minuses : The picture quality is not that great, but the back lighting makes it easy to take a better picture in low light. Close ups are grainy. The video quality is comparable to an off-brand $25 camera. There is no play back sound on the camera.
Summary: The camera uses up batteries very quickly, which I've found annoying. The camera is also easily scratched because doesn't come with a case. However, it was easy to set up and upload pictures on to a computer.