Pros Feature packed
Cons Digital zoom. Red eye.
Summary Can't find a better 4 meg camera for under $200. It's full of camera features. Contrast, cropping, zoom, favorite photo tagging, compact unit, rapid shooting button, easy navigating buttons, good battery life (very important!)
The bad things are the digital zoom, not optical zoom sucks! Seems like every flash photo of people or pets, even with setting red eye flash button, comes up with red eyes? Software has hard time removing these red eyes. You can get only about 18" away from something for close ups (In close up mode)that are not blurry.
Overall, Not too bad for $175.
Pros Many different types of options on camera, great software.
Cons Mine did not come with a battery, broke second day.
Summary I came out of the store with my kodak and I used it that night,it was great. Although it didn't come with a rechargable battery it came with starter batteries. I couldn't get my email addresses on the camera. Pretty good internal memory for starters. Second day I had it the batteries ran out and I needed it for ice-skating so I put regular AA batteries and it worked for a little than suddenly broke when i was about to take a picture. I put in new AAs and it didnt work. I am very upset with kodak. If yours doesnt break it is
a very good camera for a good price.
Pros Very easy to use; convienent layout of buttons
Cons no accessories included
Summary This is my first digital camera and it couldn't be easier to use. Takes great photos and video too. For a first timer to digital cameras, this one gets my vote.
Pros Inexpensive, clear pictures
Cons Shutter lag, centering, power
Summary I purchased the C330 Kodak EasyShare camera in late July 2006. Although it was pretty easy to use and it took rather good pictures, the shutter lag drove me crazy. Despite being brand new, with brand new batteries, the shutter lag was so bad that I couldn't take the action shots I wanted. Basically, the camera did not take the same pictures that I did.
Another problem was centering subjects through the viewfinder. The camera shifted all images to one side or the other when photos were taken through the viewfinder. This resulted in some subjects being cut off. (I have used digital cameras several times before without this problem.)
One mystery that remains unsolved is why the camera (with full power available) sometimes would not come on. I am returning the camera to the store today, with the hope that I can find a more reliable model.
Keep in mind that the problems described above were encountered with a camera that was less than two weeks old.
This camera was fairly inexpensive ($129 at Walmart if you don't count the videocard and the lithium batteries) and did take clear pictures. The features it offered were also nice; the average user would probably never use all of the settings available. It did well with the lithium batteries.
Pros it is easy to use
Cons until now I did not find any cons
Summary it is a good camera beginers in digital photos and for a snapshoter like me.