Excerpt: A nice little digital camera, which is easy to use and does all the work for you. Holds 128 pictures in the memory and also works as a web cam. We have owned ours for over a year and have no problems with it at all. I would say the only downside to it, is that it looks cheap but after saying that it is good value for money. We have a much more expensive camera now but still seem to use the kodak more than the one we have.
Excerpt: I'm a point and shoot person. I see something I think might make a good photo and click. This is my first digital camera and at first I was disappointed - no lcd screen to edit the pictures with and no way to delete one single image without removing the lot, but then again, no fiddling with a memory card either. The camera itself feels like a toy, small and light, which gave me the impression that I may have been conned having paid £90.
Pros: Easy to use
Cons: Frequently gives dark pictures - no flash option
Excerpt: UPDATED Spec. I bought the EZ200 in Sept 2000 when it was just released. It was an impulse buy as I was off to the US the next week and I wanted to send email postcards back to the UK. I won't cover all the features here as the many earlier review have already done so. What prompts me to right this review is my ~18 months experience of the camera. Was it a good buy? Overall yes, but not for the reason I originally bought it.
Excerpt: I was given this camera as a gift for chirstmas. It was well recieved even though I had never thought about buying a digital camera for myself. The packaging was appealing and to the point. It gave the relevant information on the camera without overloading you with the hype that is just plain annoying. There are several modes of operation a brief description of each is given below: Standard picture: This is the default mode for the camera.
Excerpt: this camera came free with my computer and i have found it is not the best digital camera on the market. Although it is small and looks smart, the ppicture quality is average, a normal film camera creates a better picture than this one. When taking a photo, the camera must not be held almost completely still to get a decent photo! There is no display, to see what the photo looks like.
Excerpt: The Kodak EZ200 is an excellent purchase if you are looking for a reasonably priced budget digital camera. After researching the cameras available within this section of the digital camera market, I decided to purchase the little Kodak as it seemed to be the best all-rounder. Admittedly, it could do with a flash at times, but this is really a minor detail on a camera that represents good value for money.
Excerpt: This is a great little camera for beginners in the digital field, and being so small and light, even for ambitious children. It is very easy to use and it doesn't take long to get used to the controls and settings. When it is switched on, it is set on high quality, so it is ready to point and shoot.
Excerpt: The Kodak EZ200 is a low priced camera from a company whose name means quality and trust in the photography business. I got the camera because it was in my price range, had as many or more options as others in the same range, and was made by a company I trusted. The camera is brilliant. It stores 64 quality shots or 128 'web quality' shots. I have to admit I don't use the web quality option...and the regular shots come out great on the net!
Excerpt: Kodak ez200 Nice little camera if you have the latest p.c. I only run a Pentium 200, as it is all I need I have had the machine for 4 years now without any problems, Until I bought the Kodak ez200. The camera MUST be connected to a p.c. with at least a 266 with MMX. otherwise; it will not function properly. Do not get me wrong the people at Kodak and staples where I purchased the camera were brilliant, but the camera does not have a lot of technology inside it.
Pros: ok if you have a higer spec machine .
Cons: not so good if you dont have a fast pc (it wont work on it )
Excerpt: The EZ200 from Kodak is one of th many low-budget digital cameras which are appearing on the market at the moment. Weighing in at a delightful $130(approximately) there really is little to argue about pricewise but what exactly is it that you get for your money?... Well, the EZ200 allows you to take still photographs, record movies and has the ability to behave just like a webcam. Sounds good?