Summary: I teach 1st grade and bought this camera strictly so that I wouldn't have to constantly bring my personal camera back and forth to work. At first I thought it was ideal (great color, rechargeable battery, small size), but once I started taking pictures I realized that the kids had to be ABSOLUTELY still in order for the photos to not turn out blurry. Did I mention that I teach 1st grade? Yeah. It's a bit of a challenge to get a decent picture where no one is moving.
Summary: I haven't had a chance to use the camera yet, since it has been shipped in the wrong color twice so I've had to return it both times. Love the look and size of the camera, and I thought it would be perfect for my son who is turning 8 in a few weeks. However, I have ordered it twice in red and received neon pink instead. So instead of getting his favorite color (red), I'll try to order it in blue this time.
Summary: I buy all my products from amazon based on the reviews of others. I have to say my experience with this camera does not match the glowing reviews I had read. It is very small and the button used to take a picture is also very small. The downside to that is that it is very difficult not to shake the camera when taking a picture. I am an experienced photographer and have never had this problem with any other camera before.
Summary: The camera works ok for it's size. Good at taking closeups and ok in other situations. Not too great in low light areas. I had to take several shots to get one good photo but I guess it's decent for the price. HOWEVER, this camera uses a special micro usb 5-pin cable. I called Kodak and they were out of stock and told me to go on Amazon to order it. If you search on Amazon you'll see it's pricey and sometimes not compatible. $17 cable for a $70 camera???? Ridiculous.
Summary: Feels just the way it is: basic and cheap. Pictures are OK but with very little control. Takes poor quality pictures in evenings. Flash is not very powerful. Everything is set automatically but not optimally - I could get much better results if I could adjust ISO, shutter speed, etc. Generally I'd prefer to spend $20-$30 more on a much better camera. However, this was a gift for someone who used a 5-year old barely working camera, thus they were happy with this one.
Summary: This is the third Kodak camera I own ; this is the tiniest of all which is great; it is light and takes good pictures. The reason why I don't like it too much is that it is more complicated to use; the last small one had a small wheel on the top that made it easy to adjust it to close-ups etc. This one doesn't have that practical solution, it takes more time to find what you are looking for. Also it is more complicated a slower to transfer the pictures to your computer.
Summary: This is a small camera, it seems well made, takes decent pictures, but it is a bit slow, especially when you upload photos to your PC. It also requires several button presses to view the photo number and if you are using the camera for work and need to record photo numbers this gets tedious. There are better cameras out there for similar money from Canon and Panasonic.
Summary: This is a bugdet camera -- so you are not going to expect anything other than just generic photo shooting. it has got a video function too but it does not catch much sound -- again, as far as you are using it for simple straightforward photo taking then that will not be an issue. after 4-5 use, when i tried to switch off, it froze and did not do anything -- so I will have to take battery off and put it back again!