Excerpt: This is the third Kodak EasyShare I have owned. I don't remember the model numbers of the other two, but as far as overall satisfaction goes, the M320 is somewhere in the middle. This camera was pretty inexpensive so I don't expect it to take professional photos, but it does do a pretty good job at capturing the things that I want it to.
The kodak easyshare camera is really cool and fun to use!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I bought the kodak easyshare m320 for my youngest daughter who is 14 years old. She liked the fact that it came in a really cool blue color and i liked the fact that it came in a bundle package for under $100 dollars. I did not want a camera that had to have new batteries purchased every so often, especially with a teenager using it! So i was looking for a nice, simple to use, not overpriced digital camera that came with its own rechargeable battery.
Excerpt: I want to start out by saying that I bought this camera for myself. All the reviews I find are parents buying the camera for their kids. This made me nervous thinking that it's not good quality or whatever. I have to say I was amazingly shocked when I took this out of the box and started futzing around with it. We had a Canon Powershot and when that broke, I realized how much I missed my camera, but didn't want to spend another $300.
Kodak Easy Share is a great vaule for a great camera
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I recently bought the Kodak Easy Share M30 for my 6 year old daughter. At $100 it's a great value. It's very user friendly and my six year old daughter loves it and can use it very easily. It takes almost instant pictures that come out clear and nice even when a child is using it! When I upload to the Kodak Easy Share program it's very easy to then upload to Facebook so I can share her pictures with others.
Excerpt: I really love this camera. It is so affordable, takes great pictures and is easy to use. The only reason I did not give it 5 stars is because I did have to buy a new battery for it because it stopped holding a charge. But the replacement was only $12 which sure beats buying a new camera. I have had it for a LONG time and dont plan on replacing it until it completely stops working.
Excerpt: I bought this digital camera over a year ago, and it still works great. It came with a rechargeable battery, so you don't have to buy batteries every couple of weeks or so. Definetly, a plus if you take alot of pictures. It is not too big so it fits anywhere, and is not a bother to carry around. It takes great pictures, and has all kinds of features so that you get the best pictures possible.
Excerpt: I bought this camera as a "throw away" after a trip. In my experience, whenever I buy an expensive camera it disappears on vacation. Although this did not happen to me this time, and I still own the kodak. I am exteremly pleased with the simplicity, my mother and and grandmother understand it and even enjoy looking at the different effects and options. The battery life is teriffic, usually lasting me all day for photos or several hours of on and off video.
Excerpt: I LOVE taking pictures, so when the previous digital camera I owned started getting old and not taking pictures well, I, of course, had to immediately get another camera! My husband bought me the Kodak Easyshare M320 digital camera and I love it. It is easy to use and has a lot of extra features, such as cropping and the ability to use black and white or sepia to take the picture. The pictures of clear and sharp and not pixelated like some digital cameras can be.
Excerpt: This camera is amazing. It has various settings for you to ake pictures in, such as flower scene for up close pics, Mountains for distant scenery, and action for chridren at a game, for example. However, there are a few flaws i have detected. The keypad is somewhat small and sometimes you do press buttons you dont want to. In addition, this camera doesnt take the standard AA or AAA batteries, but it comes with Kodaks trademark battery that you have to charge.
Excerpt: This camera is a good value and is very easy to use. No trouble figuring it out or anything like that. However, it doesn't always take the best pictures. I find that even outside, the pictures are blury unless you use the flash, even though the flash doesn't help in taking the picture at all. Even with the high ISO setting, you aren't going to get good pictures in any light with the flash off.