Kodak EasyShare C360 User Reviews

Announced May 4, 2005 •
5 megapixels | 2 screen | 34 – 102 mm (3×)

I've been using the Kodak Easyshare C360 for nearly 2 years and I have to say that it is simply amazing for a point and shoot camera. Pros: Even at 5 mp it takes better quality images than expected from the P&S class of cameras. While many images are blurry when it is hand held, they come out crystal clear if you take that extra moment to steady your hand or set up a tri-pod. The menus and interface are very user friendly and easy to use. Since most default settings won't work for some shots, ...

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JJW04
 

I have had the C360 for a month now. Very simple to operate and is fun to use. The zoom at wide angle is a major factor in making this a perfect camera for normal indoor photographs. The camera really performs better when you use the Lithium-ion batteries. Shot to shot flash pictures seem alot faster than standard AA batteries. In low light the focusing works well most of the time. I have had this camera in my coat pocket for skiing, snowshoeing, hiking etc... small and easy to carry. Problems: ...

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Emmit
 

I have been into photography for many years and own two digital SLR's, but just wanted a small point and shoot to stick in my pocket when not wanted to cart around a lot of equipment. I had tried a Kodak C330 with good results and a friend had a kodak C340 and was very pleased, so I purchased the C360 thinking it had to be better. It was not. Two good points were it turned on quickly and took photos faster than the previously mentioned. Problems: Unfortunately, you have to work at it to get ...

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I have used over 15 digital cameras. this is one of the worst ones. The Kodak lens focuses down to 24 inches when in the normal settings. The Canon focuses down to 8 inches. The Kodak is easily set to close-up setting but I found a problem when using flash. The flash would not go off. See the shots for examples. I took many shots with different subjects and ambient lighting but the shots were all failures. I kept the camera's default settings. The A300 had no problem with these shots. I was ...

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