Reviews and Problems with Kodak EASYSHARE M883 Zoom
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4 June 2013
Summary: I received this camera as a gift after graduating high school and it really opened me up to photography. The Kodak EasyShare M883 was my first personal camera and the point and shoot did well. It was easy to use, settings were simple. I liked the style of the camera, it was real sleek and small enough to go anywhere. 8 megapixels is good enough for quality images, video quality was good. I liked the fact that it came with a rechargeable lithium battery.
Summary: This camera was my first camera that I have bought, and I like it. It charges fast, and takes great daytime pics, and some not as good night pics. The thing that I really like about this camera is how easy it is to use, deleting pictures only takes like 2 seconds. The video on this camera is better than other cameras that I have used, but it wont replace your video camera. This camera has a huge display, 2.7 inches I think which is great for seeing your pictures on.
Summary: This camera is cute and small, so it is easy to take with you, and it is easy to use, and it has a nice big display screen (3 inches). That being said, it takes horrible pictures, which is much more important. Low light is very grainy, as others have said, and what I really hate is that wide-angle shots really distort at the edges giving a fishbowl appearance. Do NOT waste your money on this camera!
Summary: I bought this camera last spring before my wedding. I'm not a serious photographer and just wanted something simple. I'd had EZ shares before and figured I'd upgrade to the lastest model before our honeymoon. Like others have mentioned, the picture quality on this camera is nothing short of atrocious -- slightly better than a cell phone. I figured it was just me until I stumbled across these reviews.
Mediocre at best. Spend $50 more and get a real camera
Amazon Customer "HappyDoc", Amazon
21 December 2008
Summary: I bought this camera on a two day road trip. I had forgotten my cam at home and, for $119 at K-Mart, I hadn't much to lose. I have had Olympus, Canon, Sony in the past and decided to try the Kodak. The camera held up well, was easy to figure out, and had decent battery life...but, despite what seems a nice collection of features, the photos have consistently turned out grainier than my other cam (6MP).