Summary: It's a good camera for outside shots. I was really impressed with the pictures I took at a zoo in bright sunlight. This camera is awful inside or at concerts. Video is decent inside and outside. I wish I would have returned it when I had the chance. It's an awesome size but if you stick it in your pocket your very likely to turn it on because the power button is in the worst place.
Summary: I purchased this camera when I heard about the wifi-enabled sharing feature - of course it's too good to be true! I thought it would be so handy on my upcoming honeymoon to send pictures directly to Facebook, or to family members via e-mail. But...it doesn't exactly work like that. You can "tag" your photos for upload to FB, e-mail, YouTube, etc. on the camera..
Summary: It is very easy to wrong touch the power button when you carry it on the go. I think it is the design problem. When put it into the pouch after used, every time¡E you have to ensure carefully not to switch it on. Nevertheless, the system can be set to power off automatically when not use for a moment.
Summary: I really wanted to like this camera but looks like I will have to return it. I'm a dedicated Kodak camera user and recently bought this one as an upgrade to an old one that experienced water damage. The camera itself is well made, thin and easy to use as expected. Shutter speed is excellent as always. However compared to other kodak cameras bought in the past the picture quality is just not that great. Close up shots tend to come out great.
Seems to take ages actually taking a photo, you ...
Miss L S Weston, Amazon
2 July 2014
Summary: Seems to take ages actually taking a photo, you have to slightly press the button, then push the button firmly, takes around 10 seconds to take a photo where as around 2 seconds to take one on your phone. Makes it really frustrating explaining how it works and getting someone to take a photo of you.