Reviews and Problems with Kodak EASYSHARE V1003 Zoom
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Kodak struck out with the V1003
9 September 2012
Excerpt: This was my second Kodak digital camera. I loved the first one. It was easy to use, took great pictures and would store lots of pictures. At first glance in the store this one looked just as easy to use and operate. Plus I loved the color choices. Sadly that turned out to be the only thing I like about the camera. I was told at the store the camera had the same storage capacity as the other camera. When I got it home it would only store a few pictures.
Excerpt: I wanted to like this camera, I really did because they are a local company in my area. But the overall picture quality and features just are not satisfactory compared to other cameras in this price point. Kodak was late to the digital camera age, and this camera shows. In sunlight cinditions, picture and color quality are good. But with low light conditions, it's grainy and quality is unacceptable.
Excerpt: This camera is the worst! It's advertised as a basic point and shoot. It features are very basic, it's a 10 mp camera with 3x optical zoom. It can also take video. We purchased this camera on sale to be our primary camera. This camera was sold as being very good at taking pictures both inside and outside. When we tested it in the store it seemed to perform as advertised. We bought it on sale at Target for around $100.
Summary: I dont know if the reason this camera took very poor quality pictures was because it was refurbished. The camera wouldnt focus correctly. Most of the pictures in low light areas where all blurry. I had a Kodak before where this wasnt a problem. This camera would warn you the picture was blurry but wouldnt correct it. I wouldnt recommend this camera to anyone.
Summary: Refurbished cameras such as these are not good to buy i bought two and both didn't work upon arrival, one did but gave me a pixelized picture on the lcd. I would recommend a Canon camera. Don't waste your money!