Reviews and Problems with Kodak EasyShare Sport C123
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Picture quality 10
Battery performance 6
Good camera if you know what you are doing
27 August 2011
Excerpt: Was a good camera until someone that didn't know how to work the battery hatch got ahold of it and allowed water to get into the battery comaprtment and thus into the whole camera! Most of the pictures were very good. Only issues was if there was water on the lense. Need to make sure to wipe off the lense if taking pictures in a pool or in surf. Camera was always ready, and took very good pictures.
Excerpt: This camera is a solid product, with many great qualities (waterproof, shockproof, battery life, ease of use), plus for the cost it really can't be beat. However, it's not perfect. In low light situations it's awful, and you do need to be mindful of the waterproof door around the batteries to ensure the compartment isn't flooded. While it's perfect for a toddler, which is why we bought it, it may frustrate adults.
Summary: I didnt buy new.....i figured refurbished was like new....but the camera makes a constant clicking noise....the casing is new and it takes pictures fine but the clicking is annoying and im sure it runs the battery down.....
Summary: good little camera so far but bought as a gift as thought recipient would like the easy share function as always uploading photos to Facebook etc., but downloadable software no longer available, and recipient left disappointed. do not recall the discontinuation of this function listed in the sellers blurb. feel a tad conned and could have bought cheaper camera instead..
Excerpt: "The kodak easyshare sport C123 is the cheapest underwater camera that we stock at the shop I work in and the low price is the only reason we sell it (people keep asking for a cheap underwater camera and the next cheapest we do is a Panasonic at over 2 times the price). This particular camera is 12mp, with a 3x digital zoom, 2.4" LCD screen and is powered by AA batteries. Colour wise you'll have to go with something bright and garish - as far as I'm ...
Pros: cheap, easy to use, will appeal to children
Cons: limited use, cheap and tacky looking, onl digital zoom
Summary: The kodak easyshare sport C123 is the cheapest underwater camera that we stock at the shop I work in and the low price is the only reason we sell it (people keep asking for a cheap underwater camera and the next cheapest we do is a Panasonic at over 2 times the price). This particular camera is 12mp, with a 3x digital zoom, 2.4" LCD screen and is powered by AA batteries.
Pros: will appeal to children, easy to use, cheap
Cons: limited use, cheap and tacky looking, only digital zoom
Summary: - I used the camera for a week it took good pictures. If you zoom in the quality is not that good , this is the same for videos. - It worked well under water but mine started getting water in it. It also fogged up the lense after a while. - When you playback video on the camera there is no sound .
Summary: its a shame it leaked through the lens because it did take good photos and video for the price. the lens would fog up and have to be cleared for reuse. but was useless underwater thereafter :( i really liked it too.
Summary: I was looking for an underwater camera to use on our family holiday in Croatia this summer, and this seemed the best option without spending too much. In the past I used disposable cameras (which have a limited number of shots, and you don't know what you've actually taken a photo of till they've been developed), and then moved onto the sealable waterproof bags for my small digital camera.