Summary: I bought this to replace one just like it that failed. This one did as well. Ugh... Quality control could be better. But, almost everyone just uses the camera built in to their smartphones these days, so I suppose this is redundant.
Summary: I still have this camera. Tough camera, still works almost like it did when I got it. Just now starting to die, taking longer to come on etc. I got it at Costco as part of a package ages ago. About $120 I think. That being said, the 12 MP is slightly deceptive TBH.
Summary: First I was sent the wrong color, I bought this camera because of the recharging battery, the view through the back to take pic's sucks, it is fuzzy, so you don't know if you are even going to get a good pic.
Summary: I don't think I've ever reviewed a product online before, but there are several things I wish I had known before making this purchase. 1. The pictures are rather grainy. 2. There is no way to get a date stamp to automatically print on each picture. You have to manually add it to every picture.
Summary: I bought the ES M550 because a former Kodak camera was dropped and the viewer stopped working. Other than that the camera worked fine but it was impossible to frame a picture as it has no viewfinder.
Summary: We bought this as a present for my grandmother. We took it out of the box to test it and to make sure we knew how to operate it to show her. Well lets just say it is fairly simple, so we took a few test pictures. They turned out VERY grainy, with a lot of noise.
Summary: I was disappointed with the camera. Picture quality, at best, is uneven. I bought the camera with the idea that through its simplicity I might be able to learn my way into digital photography.