Kodak - Point & Shoot Cameras
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Thu Jan 21 00:00:00 MST 2016JUANITA B. Rating:4.0
GOOD BUY IF YOU REALLY WANT A HANDHELD POINT & SHOOT - I REMEMBER THE FIRST MODEL BEING GREAT IN LOW LIGHT HOWEVER I DID NOT GET THE CHANCE TO TEST WITH THIS MODEL. HOWEVER BECAUSE THE LENS IS FIXED AND THE SENSOR SMALL THERE IS NOT ENOUGH DEPTH OF FIELD FOR SOMEONE WHO IS A LITTLE MORE PRO BUT GREAT FOR VACATIONS AND EVERYDAY THINGS NOT GREAT FOR PAID SHOOTS
Wed Dec 16 00:00:00 MST 2015Judy B. Rating:5.0
I just love this camera, The pictures are sharp and bright. I just wish it was black and not white but oh well.
Tue Nov 17 00:00:00 MST 2015Joseph K. Rating:5.0
I'm happy with it but I am not camera savvy and I'm still learning as to what it can do. I've been disappointed with some of the shots turning out blurred but that's probably my fault. All in all, it's a good solid camera. I just hope I don't drop it like I did with my old one!
Wed Sep 02 00:00:00 MDT 2015chrisgehman Rating:4.0
Have been looking for a new "point and shoot" camera with extra features. Lumix has been highly recommended. Just starting to learn the camera since I am new to this brand but everything seems very user friendly so far. Only negative is that you can not look through the viewfinder AND the display at the same time. I'm an old timer and use the view finder frequently.
Sun Jul 03 00:00:00 MDT 2016Renee H. Rating:5.0
I bought this camera for my daughter for Christmas, and she loves it!
Mon Jul 25 00:00:00 MDT 2016Katrina W. Rating:5.0
I really like this camera. I took it on vacation and it took some great photos in daylight and night, as well as from a moving boat and a moving bus. I had upgraded from a Lumix DMC-FZ35, so it was pretty easy to learn how to use, but had some new features which made it even more useful. I love the articulating LCD! This is my go to travel camera now - sufficient zoom and wide angle for most of the shots I take as an amateur, and the battery life is great. I took over 1500 photos in two weeks so really put it thru the test. My only complaint is the SilkyPix software- still haven't figured it out and I can't open the RAW pictures in my version of Photoshop, but it may just be an upgrade is needed. This is a good compromise camera for those not ready for a full DSLR, but want more than a pocket camera.
Wed Jun 15 00:00:00 MDT 2016Jeanette H. Rating:5.0
Nice color I brought this camera for my granddaughter for a Christmas gift
Sun Feb 07 00:00:00 MST 2016Metta M. Rating:5.0
my daughter really enjoys this camera! She has a blast with it!
Tue May 03 00:00:00 MDT 2016Wade T. Rating:5.0
Point and Shoot is how they classify this beautiful camera.. I don't... its closer to a DSLR but quicker.. Turns on in a split second and has so many easy to access features
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