Summary: I needed a camera that includes a date and time stamp on the image. The user manual indicates that this camera has this feature, however upon setting up the camera, it only includes a date stamp on the image. I contacted Kodak support and they were unable to resolve the issue, so I returned the camera. I ended up getting the Nikon Coolpix L28 instead. It was more expensive, but it does have a date and time stamp feature that works as expected.
Summary: I just got my camera and going on Vac. to take picture of a new granddaughter I put in a SD card and how it won't stay on I'm taking more batteries so may be I will get some picture I will be gone until the 4 of Nov and it may be to late to sent it back and don't have time to sent this one and and get another one in time.
NO disc included or online download not available on www.Kodak to get pics to computer
pen name, Amazon
11 September 2013
Summary: I would have given 4 or 5 stars, but there was no disc in box to make camera connect to computer to get pics off of it, and www.kodak says the download is no longer available...so I have to manually put the SD Card in my computers hard drive to get pics off the camera, when I usually like to plug the camera in by the cord. I had to monkey around with that and then had my husband try computer savvy husband try too, and we gave up.
the software used to install the data for this camera is discontinued so i cant take pictures off camara to put on the computer!
6 September 2013
Summary: The software used to transfer pics from camera to computer is outdated I bought the camera for business purposes and I have all my pics for work and I can't upload them now to use them for work! So I wasted time and money on this camera.
Summary: there was some problem with the lense; it would move in and out with no reason. i had a hard time getting the lense to retract so i could return the camera in the box it came in. just a lemon maybe. i've loved all my kodaks before because they are simple and take great pictures. i always carried mine in my purse. never got the software to work though.
can't get service from blueproton (seller), amazon or kodak
john howland, Amazon
12 August 2013
Summary: perfect inexpensive camera if it would work. view finder went black and no longer takes photos. however, still have camera info showing. blueproton, the seller through amazon, does not accept ANY returns for ANY reason after 30 days. bought this on june 28th for my grandson who took a trip and got back a few days ago, 40 days. you can't even contact blueproton or amazon directly about it and kodak's help line doesn't work.
Summary: If you have a modern computer, forget about finding a driver for this camera. Kodak is not supporting it, and the Kodak software was not apparently updated for Windows 7. So much for the "Easy Share Software"/ Only under pressure did I get a driver for the camera. Good luck for the rest of us. The camera is made in China by a contract mfr, not American made. To be fair, America can not make cameras.
Summary: I bought this Kodak because I had one before and liked it. Unfortunately, Kodak went out of business a couple of years ago so when I experienced software problems with this camera, they told me that the software was no longer available and sorry for the inconvenience. Take it from me, I never expected a brand new camera to have a problem but it did and there was no one there to help.
Summary: I opened the package and tried to take a picture but the button wouldn't press down.. so unless I'm that technologically challenged, it didn't appear to work. I sent it back and they refunded me.