Excerpt: great exposures , wish it had a little more zoom though. However it's nice have the manual zoom rather than having the camera do it.... much faster this way... it's really just one step below a DSLR!!! and you get the Kodak colors!!!!!
Summary: This is one of the best point-and-shoot cameras which ever came out. I bought it five years ago, and still use it along-side my Nikon DSLR units. The Kodak can be fully automatic if desired, but really comes into its own when used manually or in programme, aperture or speed mode.
Summary: I bought the p880 to go along with my z650. My z650 I use while driving down the road or interstate (i.e. 65 mph) to shoot out the window. The p880 I use for a lot of close ups and family get togethers. I keep them both loaded and ready where ever I go.
Summary: I have owned this camera for 3 years now. I purchased it refurbished from the Kodak website. This camera takes incredible pictures in all types of lighting. I can assure you that this camera is very sturdy. It has been to the ocean, taken pictures in the rain, bumped around more than once.
Summary: It's such a shame this camera is so infuriating to use. There's nothing optically wrong with it. The lens is fantastic. The sensor is incredibly good. When the camera is working, it's a pleasure to use and delivers lovely photos. I find program mode works the best. Black and whites are beautiful.
Summary: I have an extremely lightly used P880 camera, which is cosmetically flawless, having never been dropped, scuffed or even sneezed at. But it decided to stop focusing. Apparently this is problem with this and maybe other models.
Summary: I am shooting with D70 for many years now. Well, we are going to have a family vacation which doesn't allow me to haul my D70 stuff. So I'm keep searching for a smaller and lighter camera with excellent range but cheap as well.