Good camera for the money, entry level camera that works well.
14 February 2014
Summary: I have a Nikon DSLR and miss having a basic point and shoot camera. I've used a Nikon point and shoot and don't really like it because it lacks the zoom that this Kodak has. This Kodak has a smart feature, no matter what the subject is, nothing comes out blurry when you use the smart feature. Excellent zoom, I appreciate that option in a point and shoot camera, and in all honesty, this one is far better than either the Canon S3 and S5 that I've used in the past.
Summary: I have the easyshare digital camera and really like the photos easy to use, one of my problems is....I have a hard time steading the camera when taking outside photos, any suggestions. Also is there another zoom lens to interchange with the one one it?
Summary: I am a photo journalist who writes a published article on a weekly basis. In each article, I use a photo that is the directly tied to the subject of my writings. I have found this camera to be easy to use with a variation of settings that can be used to be creative.
Summary: Great camera for the price I paid for it! The picture quality is great as well as the video quality. The only drawback is that I have to remove the lanyard holding the lens cap, while shooting video, because it swings and clicks against the camera housing. A great camera for the novice and experienced photographer alike.
Summary: I have had Kodak cameras in the past and have LOVED them. This one, however, I very much didn't love. Compared to my other Kodak cameras, I found this one big, heavy, and bulky. As for the way it worked, I found it very slow, which is the main reason I returned the camera. Even on sports or children modes it took forever for it to process after a picture was taken, therefore making it take forever before the next picture could be taken.