My little brother bought me this as a gift back in 2007 for the amazing price of 39 euros! This was my first digital camera and as such I treated it with respect. Back then I thought it had great image quality and to be honest, going back and seing again the pictures it produced, guess what? it did! For that price, someone would expect much worse image quality and many problems. Weird isnt it that this cheap camera after all these years works like a charm? Problems: High/low contrast objects ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Kodak EasyShare C340
An excellent snapshot camera, which gets both exposure and focus spot on even in difficult conditions. No anti-shake, but down to 1/8 sec hand-held it still produces sharp images, even at full aperture. Great fun. Problems: Perhaps unbelievably I bought this second-hand but in mint condition at a UK boot fair for the princely sum of £1. The seller said it didn't work. The green light came on but then when you pressed the release, nothing happened, he said. Too true, when I first tried ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
A reasonable camera for the £89 ($150???) I paid for it. In general it produces a good image and there's plenty of scene modes to keep most people happy. Colour rendition is quite good and quite rich, which some people will find pleasing. One hidden feature on this camera (and others in the Kodak range) is the LT (Long Time) exposure setting, which allows the shutter on the camera to be held open for up to 4 seconds. This allows the user to take night time shots (ensure the camera is ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
I'm a Nikon D50 owner and I wanted to purchase a little camera point&shot for daily photos. I didn't believe to the quality of this little camera. It's a little gem. See my photos here * * *.photo4u.it/album_personal.php?user_id=2711 Substitute * * * with w w w Problems: Battery-life is the worst I've ever tryed even with reachargeable.View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Good, basic camera for a novice or someone who wants the camera to do the work for them. I was a bit disappointed after a while of using this camera. I was looking for better zoom and more MP's in a more compact design than my previous Kodak, an early 2 mp DX model. The zoom is great (15x total), and there are a few extra features not found on comprable models such as crop on camera. Overall, for the price (250) I probably could have done better and should have. Not a bad camera, ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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