Reviews and Problems with Kodak EasyShare Sport C123
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Kodak EasyShare Sport C123
6 February 2012
Conclusion: The very inexpensive Kodak EasyShare Sport waterproof point-and-shoot digital camera is priced like a toy, and it operates like one. It's a fun, kid-, and beach-friendly camera, but lacks some elemental features that limit its usefulness.
Pros: Cheap. Simple to operate. Dust-, sand-, and water-proof. Plenty of sharing options. Autofocus can be used during video recording.
Cons: Fixed focus and a lack of image stabilization mean blurry photos unless you have a tripod or an optimal lighting condition. Only takes AA batteries. VGA-quality video recording.
Summary: The EasyShare Sport C123 is cheap, but even at this price we were disappointed by the results, which often fell short of what we have shot in the past with a smartphone. This isn't a model we can recommend unless you're buying it as a kid's first camera.
Pros: Small and cheap; Funky case colours; Waterproof case.
Summary: The Kodak EasyShare Sport C123 is not really expected to amaze performance-wise. It’s a low-budget, rough-and-tumble point-and-shoot, with underwater capability as its main highlight and selling point. This hunk of camera is designed to take a trip down the river and like it.
Pros: Tough, Can be used underwater, Right price
Cons: Very slow between shots, Small, dull LCD screen, Terrible battery life