Summary: I still use this camera after purchasing it in 2009 for a trip to France. Two friends have since purchased the same camera because of the high quality of the photos produced by this camera. The video option is also great. Be sure to get a rechargeable battery pack.
Summary: I HAVE ORDERED MANY ITEMS FROM AMAZON.COM AND THIS IS THE FIRST TIME THE PERSON IT WAS PURCHASED FOR, MY MOTHER FROM MY STEP-DAD AS A EARLY CHRISTMAS PRESENT, HAS COMPLAINED ON HOW MUCH SHE DISLIKES THIS CAMERA, THE ZOOM ON THE CAMERA HAS RECENTLY BROKE AND WHEN SHE TRIED TO FIND OUT HOW TO GET IT...
Summary: I got this in 2009 for just over $100 and it's been a bumpy ride. I was initially delighted with the versatile settings, the zoom and the quality of the pictures. Then the camera decided to go nuts - wouldn't turn on, wouldn't turn off - it became unusable. I put it aside for a year.
Summary: I bought this camera 2 months back and i have completed almost 1000 photos with this device. Hope this is the right time to write a review. Not a joke I bought Used-like new for $50 and it is as good as new and exceeded what ever i expected from it in terms of look and feel.
Summary: Kodak's most underappreciated camera. This should be called a bridge camera, but instead is a point and shoot. It has almost all the features of a higher end fixed lens camera other than HD video and >10 megapixels.
Summary: I got this camera to mate with my existing docking station after the camera that went with it got damaged. This one was ok for the first week or so but then the batteries started dying a LOT faster than "normal" and it used special batteries that had to be recharged all the time.
Summary: A superior camera, and here is why- I don't like messing with controls, what I want is several presets that do exactly what I need. What I need is to be able to take pictures of home's interiors, which isn't as easy as an outside shot.
Summary: I was looking for a camera to introduce my daughter to photography without the "excessive controls" available on other cameras so i decided to go for Kodak. My first digital was a Kodak also and i liked the experience, now i found this all-in-one camera with full auto control, image stabilization...
Well built classic style with pleny of features & life
22 December 2010
Summary: This camera is well built. It is sturdy and feels good in the hands. The menus are not as fast in responding, but were are taking about milli-seconds which I don't actually count, but is noticeable. The ability to shoot good quality video is a plus.