A truly classic camera, that other camera makers should learn from.
3 February 2013
Summary: Kodak was onto something incredible when they started the twin lens series. This one has only one feature that isn't as strong as the V570, and that's that the lens isn't quite as wide for distance shots. That being said, this camera is capable of doing incredible things, and on top of that is an exceptionally sturdy, compact camera that is anything but "disposable." You'll get years of great photos out of this camera.
Excerpt: I bought this camera several years ago. It is the most wonderful little camera! I am not that great at photography, but this camera takes the best pics! I bought it because it has a 10X zoom and is still very small and compact (you can fit it in a back pocket). I have a daughter and I can take a quick shot from far away. Speaking of kids, it takes rapid shots. You don't have to wait for it to adjust and miss a moment. The pictures have great clarity!
Kodak v610 is a compact, easy to use digital camera.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The Kodak v610 is a great quality, digital camera that is easy to use. There are many features this camera has such as red eye reduction, zoom and in-camera panorama stitching. This camera also provides for easy point and shoot picture taking as well as deleting images right from the device.
Excerpt: This camera is great. It's easy to use once you have read the manual and it takes great pictures. It has a 10x optical zoom which I love. The only thing is, you have to be really still. The only thing I didn't like is the night pictures. I know it's not a video camera, but I wish you could turn the light on while take video inside. The video comes out great. I acutally used the video at Christmas when the battery on the video camera died. The video turned out...
Lets even a novice take great closeups and actions shots.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I researched digital cameras extensively for over a year before buying this digital camera and am very pleased with my Kodak EasyShare V610. As a grandmother of two three-year-olds, action shots and the ability to zoom-in from across the room or across the playground are important. With its dual lens and 10x optical zoom this camera has been exactly what I need. It has over 20 preset types of settings you can choose for such conditions as bright snow or beach scenes,...
Summary: The now discontinued Kodak V610 purchased used replacing an identical lost camera is my idea the perfect combination of, 1. Easy carry (always available) 2. Simple operation with available extra functions when needed and 3. Very versitle dual lens telephoto that does not infringe on it's compact size. A camera on the cusp of features and inovation yet, not swamped in technology. Just rite for me.
Summary: This is the best camera ever. Tiny enough to carry with you all the time. Comes in very handy. Takes great pictures and easy to use. We have owned several. I have one, my daughter has one and my husband will have one after Christmas.
Summary: I have had this camera for almost 5 years now and it recently broke. During it's lifetime it took countless pictures of outstanding quality. when I was first searching for a quality camera that was convenient and compact I spent roughly 4-5 hours comparing optical zoom to picture resolution to battery life, versatility, functionality, and ease of use. This camera won hands down in all categories.
Summary: I purchased this camera quite a while ago (2007-08 maybe?) to replace my Kodak V550 that I broke the LCD screen on. I got it because it was similar looking, the dual lens was interesting (and cool looking), the 10x zoom, the bluetooth connectivity...and well frankly because I loved my 550 and had such a great experience with it. It seems like a lot in one small package, but this camera left something to be desired, in my book.