Summary: I have used one of these till I literally wore it out. Pixels in a Kodak, especially on this compact 10 X is beyone most cameras. No one has been able to tell me why, but have not been able to match them, even in my Canon S5. Only draw back, it does not have an eye view finder.
Summary: This little camera does so many things, and well, that there really isn't anything to dislike. It's so small, and avoids having to have a protruding lens by having dual lenses, something that more companies should pick up on. It has the large lens for, say, real estate or landscapes and interiors.
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.
Summary: I love this camera and use it for a back up. Takes fine photos. One really nice feature is that there is no lens that zooms out when you turn it on. 6mp is also a size easier to manipulate for many purposes, except giant blow ups.
Summary: I know this camera is over a year and a half old but it's better than a lot of the ones coming out today! I see that it is 6 megapixels and the newer ones are 12 megapixels and over, but things like the optical and digital zoom on this one are 10x and 5x zoom.
Summary: This is an excellent camera! We bought our daughter one last year for graduation and she loves it! My husband already had a digital camera...but he loves this one....especially in putting picturestogetherin a book style!