Reviews and Problems with Kodak EasyShare Touch M5370
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New worse than old
Avid Reader, Amazon
20 October 2014
Summary: Kodak has phased out the Easy Share and since I have used them for many years in my business I purchased a new one because I liked them so much and they are easy to use. this one however was not on the same level as those I have purchased in the past. I hate it when companies "fix something that isn't broken." As was the case with this camera.
Summary: To my wife, everything is a photo opp. She uses her iPhone 5 a lot, but I wanted to get her something with optical zoom and more pixels. This made her happy... and when mama's happy, everyone is happy.
Summary: Does everything I want it to. Have taken dozens of pictures and videos. Good color, high quality images. Telescopic video is great. The video telescoping starts where the photo telescoping ends. IE if you start video record then telescope you can bring things about 5 times closer. If you photo and telescope you can bring things about 3 times closer. If you start video with the telescope at 3 times closer you can bring it to 8 times closer.
Summary: I had this camera for over 2 years and never had any issues with it. It would sometimes show signs of slowing down, but I do think that was because it needed a larger memory card. Would really suggest this camera for anyone who is looking to take good quality pictures without costing too much money.
Summary: Has some nice settings, however, it's tripod threaded hole is off center and isn't the best configuration for using a boom type tripod on a regular basis. I found the settings easy to use, and great for a basic photographer like me.