Summary: I ordered this camera as a replacement for a previous Kodak Digital camera. The camera takes OK pictures but is hard to operate if you have bigger than average fingers. It is not a touch screen so it takes longer to operate and is cumbersome. It is OK for everyday general use.
Summary: I received my camera and really liked it. I was taking pictures outside and had never used the flash. When I neded it - it didn't work. I tried everything but it just did work. Unfortunately the time for return had passed and now I am stuck with a camera I can only use outdoors.
Summary: I didnt have this camera more than 10 days before I returned it. The camera is easy to use for someone that is familiar with digital camera settings and, if the newbie downloads the complete manual they will not have any problems using it.The pictures that it takes are razor sharp and I had no blurred pictures.
Summary: Nice camera but more complicated than earlier models, buttons are small and easily confused and the Easy Share feature doesn't seem to work well (at all) - all that said, it can take great photos - so if great photos are what you're after, and a great small size is what you are looking for, it is a good camera
Summary: I've been pleased with the quality of Kodak cameras in the past, and so decided to get a Kodak camera to replace my cheap Nikon, which suffers from really bad distortion at the wide angle setting. I'm happy with the solid build of this camera (although it's not as slim/sleek as other point-and-shoots), and the picture quality overall (wide angle distortion is much less on this cam). I'm really disappointed with the lag time when taking photos, though.