Excerpt: I wanted a camera that took good pictures but also wasn’t bulky like my old camera . I also wanted something that didn’t cost a lot of money. I looked at many different models and brands before deciding to give the Kodak Easy Share M575 Black Digital Camera. I found the model at Walmart and paid $134.00 for it. I thought that was a reasonable price for a digital camera . I didn’t need a high tech camera but I did want something that was decent.
Summary: I got this for my youngest daughter. It has been a fantastic starter camera that takes better than expected pictures and short videos. The battery lasts quite long and normally does not need to be re-charged during our weekend get-a-ways.
Excerpt: We just got this camera recently and find it to be amazing! It helps you decide what you need to get the perfect shot and has so many on camera options for lighting and croping that its almost impossible to not have professional looking photographs!
LOVE THE QUALITY OF THE PICTURES WITH THE KODAK EASY SHARE
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I don;t have the savy that all the young people seem to have with all the latest electronic products out there. I wanted a camara that even someone who was not that good at all this computer stuff would be able to use. I bought the Kodak easy share. This camara is very easy to use and share your pictures even my husband who never touches a computer or textes or uses a cell phone was able to use. The pictures are really great and crisp.
Excerpt: This camera is a great value for the price! I am very happy with it. The quality of the pictures is great. I have taken this camera on vacaton and never missed a shot that I wanted. We have so many wonderful picutres from vacation, christmas, weddings, and just goofing around at the house. Its very easy to use and the easy share button is amazing.
Excerpt: I bought this camera when I was on a limited budget, and it served my needs really well for a while. It is very dependable, and I am passing it down to my thirteen-year-old daughter in order to upgrade to a more sofisticated camera with more elaborate video capabilities. This camera is great, however, and incredibly simple to use.
Summary: After dropping my M1093 on the bike trail, it was time to upgrade my camera. I was seriously considering going to a different brand, but I've been buying Kodak since I started buying digitals and I have never regretted it. So why change? They take great pictures, are easy to use, and reasonably priced. After some research, decided that the M575 was just the ticket for an upgrade. Love the fact that it has a 28mm lens.