Kodak easy share is an easy to use affordable camera
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I purchased the Kodak easy share digital camera for myself about a year ago. It was very affordable, being on sale for about fifty dollars. I was pleased with how easy to use the kodak easy share camera is. I used it pretty regularly for about three months. The kodak easy share camera is a basic easy to use digital camera. It takes pretty good pictures, and has some nice easy to use features. The kodak easy share camera does not zoom in enough for me.
Excerpt: I don't know all the best things to look for in digital cameras, so when I saw this one in purple at a price I could afford I bought it without doing my research. There might be better cameras out there, but I didn't need anything professional so this one was as good as any. The camera came with a charger that plugs into the wall - this charger also turns into a USB cable to plug into the computer (it took me a long time to figure this out and I was bummed thinking that...
Cute camera with a huge viewfinder and easy sharing capablities.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I really love the look of this camera and that it is small enough to fit in my pocket. I especially love the cute colors I could choose from and the fact that it is a point and shoot camera . . . easy for even the non camera savy like me. I wanted a small point and shoot camera that was easy to use and this fit that bill to a tee.
Excerpt: I liked the price of this camera and that is why I went with it. I have also had good Kodak cameras on the past. I pretty disappointed with the quality of the pictures. Many times they are blurry or over exposed. You can't set defaults the way you would like. Every time you have turn the camera on you have to rest the flash settings. I like that it auto senses the light and will not flash is direct sunlight.
Summary: I purchased my 4th or 5th digital camera last year made by Digital Concepts which was the worst ne I've ever owned. It was so bad I often would borrow my wife's Kodak Easyshare M753 which I loved due to it's rechargeable li-ion battery and easy to understand menus. I purchased a used black Kodak Easyshare M893 from Ebay after reviewing various Easyshare models. I liked the picture mode selector being on the back instead of the top of this model.
Summary: I bought this because of the attractive refurbished price and my daughter always wanted me to buy a camera for her own. Everything has its pros and cons. The camera is light and small, easy to carry, yet the materials, mostly plastic, seem fragile and easy to wear and tear. Quality of picture is good enough for such an entry level DC, but if u ask for more, of course i would suggest u spend more on a better camera.