Summary: I Really Love it a lot. It is so convienient to print pictures rite from a camera pic card...Say you're at a Birthday party & taking all kinds of pictures of all the kids & such. How many mothers come up to you & say can I get copies of those somehow,,,,I say sure I'll print you off some when the party's over,,,& yes you can accept a little money for them,,,however the Pic paper isn't Free & neither are the Ink Cartiges...But, I do LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT IT !!
Summary: I've had my Kodak 500 for 6 years and it hasn't failed me. I love it's convenience, quality of the prints, and now easy it is to use. I would definitely recommend the Kodak Easyshare 500 printer to everybody. I love it!
Kodak is no longer making this printer so you can not get ink or paper
27 December 2011
Summary: I have had this printer for a few years and it was great. Exactly the capability I needed it. I ran out of ink and paper recently and I could not find it at any office supply store. So I went online to Kodak and spoke to a rep, they told me this model easy share 500 is discontinued as of December 2011 and I can no longer get paper or ink. They want me to upgrade.
Summary: I bought this printer new from a retail store about 3 years ago. I've had no problems with the paper feed or any other mechanical issue. Sometimes (and very rare), it won't be able to read a picture for some reason. Not sure if it's bound by mega pixel size or what but I will select a few pictures to print and once in a blue moon it will say that it can't read one of the pics. After re-sizing the picture with a photo editing tool, I try again and it works.
Summary: I wish they still made the Kodak easyshare 500 photo printer. It was the greatest printer, it was handy/easy to use. My old one just wore out from so much use, so I found slightly used one to replace the old one. I just love it.
Summary: I'll add my voice to the negs and warners here: I've bought this a few years ago, and it never worked. I don't know if I've been able to print 50 photos - but it is only now, after I've tried once again, and failed, that I have thought of warning you all potential buyers. The problem is, indeed, as the others have pointed, that the paper doesn't feed. When you're lucky and it does, it'll often jumble inside the machine and get shredded, plus block it and call for repair.