Summary: Takes decent pictures and has a fair number a features. However, don't expect amazing quality at this price. The color isn't want I would call "flame red" either. More like...mauve? Red plum? Overall a decent purchase but frankly I prefer my Nikon for its better quality and ended up giving this one away to my mom who is less fussy about picture quality.
Summary: Camera is nice and small easy to take everywhere and does take lovely clear pictures.. my problem is the buttons are so small and I always press the wrong part, I did not like the book of directions.. I actually had to ask another person who owned this camera to run me through some things and when asked how he knew he said he had to play with it at length to find everything and use it.
Summary: Contrary to the current most halpful favorable review, this camera cannot be charged via your computer's USB port. After I tried and failed, I went to the Kodak website where it says: USB Charging EASYSHARE M320, M753, M763, M853, M863, M873, M883, M893, M1033, M1063, M1073, M1093, M420, M380, M340, Z1015 IS, and Z950 Digital Cameras can be charged from a computer using USB charging. Other EASYSHARE Digital Cameras (that would be the M575!
Summary: Despite the fact that this camera is easy to use and takes decent pictures, I'm very disappointed in the feature set. It was purchased to replace a Kodak C875 that may go down as the best point-and-shoot I ever own. For what it was, it offered a ton of options to control your photos, and I expected more of the same from this one. Well, it isn't in there. If you want a camera that you can leave on auto and just snap, snap, snap, this is a good choice.
Summary: The M575 is essentially a feature-stripped version of the M580. By reducing the zoom from 10x to 5x and ditching the HDMI output, both price and weight are reduced. In fact, one of the Amazon sellers offers this model for a very low price. The capabilities of this model are fairly average, but its wide angle and 720p video mode make it worthwhile. The settings are easy to get to from a fairly logical menu.
Summary: Kodak EasyShare M575 14MP Digital Camera with 5x Wide Angle Optical Zoom and 3.0 Inch LCD (Flame Red) I would rate this camera at 4 stars except for three distractions. It comes with almost no internal memory. Without an external memory card (additional $25 to $75) you can take only 4 pictures at 14 mega pixals before internal memory is full. It does take great pictures even in low light. Power button is hard manipulate and should be where the review button is.
Summary: well what i really want to say is this camera doesn't look as sharp as they made it on their advertisements, the battery is very poor it does last for few hours while on go and the pictures quality are good except while indoors where the camera take really poor pictures 'i take better indoor pictures with my Galaxy s phone' , but i would say it does the job in general especially if your in an illuminated places.
Summary: KODAK , UNLIKE OTHER MANUFACTURERS OF DIGITAL CAMERAS I HAVE BOUGHT, REFUSED TO PROVIDE A HARD COPY OF EXTENDED INSTRUCTIONS FOR MY DIABLED SON WHO CANNOT USE A PC TO PROVIDE MORE CAMERA USE DETAILS.
Summary: This is a good compact camera, light, small, and easy to use. But you will never see the detail that a 14MP sensor might record. It is a physically small lens system, and adjacent pixels are always going to blur together. There's also some barrel distortion at the wide-angle end of the zoom range. It's the sort of camera to carry around, and a good enough camera for when a picture comes up. That's far better than the latest DSLR sitting in a camera bag back home.