"Basic, but nice."on by audioxcel
Pros Easy to use, Good buttons
Cons A little Noise, Not much quality
Summary For the price, the quality and everything is ok
Pros Cheap and thats about it
Cons Cheap, Tiny LCD screen with very low resolution, poor image quality w/ lots of noise, digitial zoom is horrible, eats up batteries, battery door cracked after a few months use
Summary This is a cheap camera. That is all it has going for it. This is also bad. Kodak dosen't give you much for your money. The camera is barebones. The lcd screen has very low resolution and is tiny. This makes you use the optical view finder more often. This is bad because it is of set from the pictures you take. If your subject is centered in the view finder, they will be off right in the actual picture. The image quality is quite poor, lots of noise. If you digitally zoom (there is no optical zoom), the resolution drops dramatically. The camera has very poor battery consumption rates. Two NImh AA rechargeable batteries last for about 1 hour of shooting. And to top it off, the battery door is very weak and cracked after a few months use due to the strain of the batteries pushing up on it.
I would not recommend this camera to anyone.
Pros High resolution for price.
Cons No zoom on board
Summary This camera is perfect for what i need it to do. But That is not much. Just pictures to put p on social networking sites.
Pros Small photo file size
Cons Pretty much Everything
Summary This camera is pretty bad. Let's start off with the Photo Quality.
I Use this camera with a tripod...and the photos turn out real blurry. There's no manual focusing on it...so..that's a bummer. There is no optical zoom....so...the further you zoom in, the more pixels you're taking away. So...Zoom in half way...instead of a 3.2 mega pixel shot..you're only going to get around 1.2, zoom in all the way..you get a very pixelated image at a resolution of 1024x768. (Which...is not very good) Don't even think about using VGA mode on this camera because as soon as you zoom in..you're going to kill the image entirely.
There is no white balance...the image processing is pretty weak....and saving the pictures takes forever....even though they're only around 100kb an image. I'm not a pro photographer....(as I'm 15) but, I'm good with Cameras...and I had used a Sony Cybershot DSC-W70 and those pictures were amazing. I printed out some 24"x20" pictures....even though they were huge...they were very sharp and clean looking. I recommend either getting that...or, if you want a higher end camera, look at a Cannon or Nikon.
As for this Camera...it's a huge dissapointment. The cost practically says that.
"Easy, Easy, Easy"on by PITSTER7
Pros Decent quality, intuitive interface, point, click or zoom
Cons Small preview screen
Summary My wife asked me for a digital camera for Christmas without having to be a computer whiz to use it. I bought the camera with the optional printer on which the camera sits and recharges. This provided a complete computer-free experience of photography and printing. After a five minute tutorial on how to take pictures and zoom if needed my wife was then snapping away and printing with ease. I noticed 140 pictures stored in the camera already with the aid of an optional memory card. I suggested that it might be a good idea to delete some of the pictures that she didn't need. Big mistake! Delete her grandchildren??? I saw the error of my ways! Despite a small preview and review screen this camera is worth every penny. The camera comes with computer software so that you can download your pictures to your computer via USB. I believe that's where I come in.