Summary: the leather sewer was bent and to me not at all what the picture depicted. I can't get the needles in and two needles are identical. I tried to return it but the instructions from customer service are printed in some foreign language. I stopped the payment on it yesterday.
Summary: My mom got me this for my birthday so I sould show my dad (died from cancer) what I looked like. I also took pictures of my workplace. E-mailing the photos to him whas slicker than grease. I was also able to crop the photos. I have had it since 2005 or 2006 and it still works great.
Summary: I bought the Kodak EasyShare C533 as a bundle with the series 3 dock three years ago and have really enjoyed the use of both (wore out my first dock, got a second from e-bay). This 'snapshot' camera takes better pictures than my $$$$.00 Canon SLR print camera.
Summary: We had a Kodak EasyShare before we bought this one, and the zoom/lens stopped sliding out, which made the camera no longer work. We had it for about 13 months, and so it was not under warranty, and it would have cost more to fix it than it was worth, so we just tossed it.
Summary: I've had this camera for almost a year now and it has been a pretty sweet little camera. It's easy to use with simple selection controls. It takes nice detailed pictures in just about any situation with just using the auto setting.
Summary: I like the simplicity of this camera, and the easy share editing sofware it comes with. You can edit and send off for your digital pics in one easy step. then it allows you to place them in your online gallery to share with a click of the mouse.
Summary: I bought this as my first digital camera. The picture quality is decent, and there are a lot of settings for the user to tinker around with (though I haven't really had much use for them... yet.) My only problem with this camera is that it eats batteries like candy.