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.
Summary: I was looking for a cost effective solution to upgrade my product images on my sites based on new requirements of online stores. Found the product works flawlessly and produces great pictures in the high resolution that I need.
Summary: This is an amazing camera! It has 21 times zoom, great quality not only in the camera itself but the pictures come out really good. The camera has decent battery life, i use rechargable batteries qhich work fine. Its easy to hook up to a computer to upload your pics to your computer.
Summary: I really like the camera, but i am still getting use to the setting for different picts i want to take. It is not quite as easy as my other easyshare kodak. ONE thing i do not like abt this camera is no matter rather i have the lens cap off or on when i turn the camera on it still tells me to take...
Summary: I bought this to replace a very simple point and shoot I've had for a few years. The pictures do come out really nice most of the time. I just hate the wait time between shots. I have a toddler, and it would be much better if i could shoot multiple pictures in seconds in order to catch him best.
Summary: This is a very nice point and shoot camera. The clarity of the photos are very impressive and I like the mega zoom feature for outdoor shots. The flash will eat the batteries like candy however, so be sure to have plenty of batteries on hand.
Summary: This is a good knock around camera. The picture quality is good, not great. It is a little slow from the time you press the button till it actually takes the picture. If you take alot of action shots this is not the camera for you
Summary: This Kodak EasyShare Z5010 camera is a decent introductory entry for those wanting more than a "point and shoot" and are not ready for a dSLR. I have used this for camera over half a year now for everything from family pictures to business product pictures and have come away fairly satisfied with...
Summary: Because Kodak is dumping the digital photography/video arm of their business, I've found that prices for their product have dropped like a rock as of late. I got this camera a few weeks ago from Amazon for $117. Similarly specced cameras from other manufacturers were well over $200.