Summary: I had this camera for one year and it has froze up.....I went to radio shack and bought a battery for $40---half of what this camera cost......put the new battery in and the camera froze up again after 3 hours.....
Summary: Difficult with my operating system. Ubuntu Linux in particular can usually do plug and play even without accompanying software, but apparently Kodak refuses to do anything to make their products more compatible with Linux systems, even after repeated requests to do so. That's a shame, because this camera takes beautiful photos for the selling price. Also appears to reset itself to default settings when the camera is turned off, which is a nuisance.
Summary: I bought this camera just a simple point and shoot that would hopefully make family photos easy...It worked pretty good for a while then the flash stopped working. I was able to send it back to the manufacturer since it was under warranty. It was returned to me and worked pretty good for a bit, now there are some other focus issues...I don't think I would recommend this particular camera to anyone who just wants a worry free camera that takes good photos.
Summary: How do you find a simple camera anymore? I searched and searched, read the reviews, and was still disappointed with this one. I thought buying a cheaper camera meant less options... not so. (The original Sony DSC-P51 I bought in 2002 was much easier to understand, I was able to use it right away. It's big and bulky in comparison, but I sure wish that one still worked, the Sony was my dependable workhorse for online selling.
Summary: Photos are lovely. Battery life is sufficient but there is an issue with my navigation buttons. I almost have to bite the buttons to navigate through my photos and when i reach a certain date in the photo folders, the camera freezes up and i have to remove the battery and reset the whole thing.
Summary: I bought this camera with the intention that one could "easily share" photos on social media. But to my dismay, one can only do it through a personal computer or laptop, like any other camera or smartphone. It takes great pictures and I bought it at a reasonable price, but why call it an "EasyShare" when it doesn't do anything that my Android can't do? Because you're able to upload photos to the Kodak social media website? I STILL don't see the advantage in that.
Summary: HI BOUGHT THIS CAMERA A COUPLE MONTHS AGO BECAUSE OF THE LOW PRICE AND IT HAD GOOD REVIEWS. FIRST UP IT WAS CHEAP ($83.00) AND EVEN THAT WAS TO MUCH. SECOND THE PEOPLE WHO LIKED IT MUST HAVE ONLY USED A DISPOSABLE CAMERA BEFORE AND HAD VERY LITTLE CAMERA EXPERIENCE,(NO OFFENCE) INTENDED AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST THEY HAD ONLY TAKEN PICTURES OUTDOORS. THIS CAMERA WAS ABSOLULTELY HORRIFIC INSIDE.
Summary: I am not a fan of this camera. I don't get clear shots most of the time; I have to try to hard to be real steady. I have an older model of a Kodak EasyShare that is bulkie now but that takes much better shots. I would not recommend this camera. I now use my phone w/camera more that I do this camera. Also, i'm in the middle with the touch screen.
Summary: I am not a photographer and I don't consider myself someone with high expectations for photographs, so I was surprised to find myself disappointed with this purchase. The pictures are either blurry or dull. I just want to be able to capture scenes as my eyes see images -- no need to have perfect lighting -- but this camera could not do the job. I am aware of making sure to not take pictures with backlighting, of overly bright scenes, etc.