Summary: I got my camera just two days after I ordered it on standard shipping. It comes with a set of batteries, a USB cord, and a battery charger device. Things such as SD card and camera case are to be bought separately. The first thing I thought was that it was broken because once I put the batteries supplied into the camera it did not turn on at all. I traded them for Lithium AA and it worked fine.
Summary: I bought a $300+ Nikon Coolpix camera. It had great reviews here on Amazon. It was a TERRIBLE camera. I'm a pro photographer, and all I'm looking for is a camera to capture candid moments where I don't need to bring my big camera. The Nikon was a huge flop from the first pictures taken. I returned it. I bought this Kodak Easyshare for my 3 year old daughter's birthday - and from the get go, I could tell it trumped the other camera by far! I'm amazed!
Summary: I was looking for an easy-to-use camera that took good pictures and didn't cost a fortune. This Kodak camera fit the bill. The pictures download easily to my laptop so I can post them on Facebook with no trouble. The only shortcoming is that the camera itself holds only 7 pictures, so I bought additional memory for a small price.
Summary: This is a nice camera and I was needing something to take picture to put a few items on Ebay and also just take some picture of friends and family, My only issue was with windows 8 software it took a little while to get the camera to link up to the computer and if anyone else has this issue go to Kodak website and download the right software for your system and it will work fine but if you try to use what is loaded in the camera it will not work at first.
Good camera inspite of no softwear available for sharing feature
30 March 2014
Summary: Takes excellent pictures. "sharing" photos onto my computer was difficult due to no Kodak software available anymore, but with help of computer geek friend, was able to complete. Overall though, liked the camera.