88.9% of Users Would Recommend this Digital Camera
11.1% of Users Would Not Recommend this Digital Camera
TOTAL USER RATINGS: 9
PROS: Cool design, large LCD screen, viewfinder, light-up buttons on top, fast to turn on, fast to take pictures
CONS: Too much noise from zooming in during video, short battery life, speaker on bottom and not very loud
PROS: Small and Lightweight, brilliant viewfinder and it takes great movies to boot
CONS: Found no cons to date
PROS: black; not too tiny; Top buttons are GREAT!; has good weight; good lens; green light
CONS: front black face appears like you can peel it off; a lil cheap
PROS: Fits shirt pocket. 2.5" LCD screen. Viewfinder. Turns on and takes picture quickly. No lens cap. Battery $20. Superb video. Amazing, dazzling images at 5.0 MP. Intuitive menus, controls, and op
CONS: Audio quality & volume. Returned V550 to Kodak for repairs. Slippery, easy to drop. Sharpness and Focus Zone settings don't remain per User's Guide. Portrait mode gimmicky. Viewfinder view inaccu
PROS: Small size, Fast response, Large hi-quality display, great pictures, great video quality, super easy-to-use. Fits in your pocket, takes really nice 5MP still photos, and it captures VGA-sized 30 FPS full-motion video w/ anti-shake. I really like this camera, and I'm extremely satisfied with it's performance... and the price. No problems with flash performance, or anything else for that matter. I don't know what artist guy is talking about. Maybe he works for the competition. ;)
CONS: Battery life could be better, Zoom noise with video
PROS: Great Picture, Fast, Easy, Great Camcorder Quality, Big LCD,
CONS: It's too good to be true, too small(lol)
PROS: fast. nice digital zoom
CONS: just to let you know I am a art student and I might not know evrything about cameras, but I know a lot. I own a couple of profecional cameras, but I was looking for something small to carry everywhere(that could do bought video and pictures of fair cuallity). Well I bought this camera and what a disapointment I had. The picture cuallity was horrible for a 5mp camera(I was expecting a better cuallity than my 4mp canon), in low light conditions the camera was a disaster the flash was horrible, and it makes its own decisions because some times the camera would flash after the picture was taken. The one thing tha the camera was great at was talking fast pictures, there was little wait between two pictures, and it focuses good and fast. Battery life was ok, nothing to bad or to good. Another big disapointment was the video mode, (I choose this camera because they claim the recording on mpeg4 format wich I thought would be awsome since the psp uses this format and the cuality is not bad at all, and you can fit a lot in small space, and also because of the optical zoom during video mode) to my surprize my 3 year old camera (sony 2mp camera did 10times better video than this one, it was horrible, slow, it pauses like every 10 seconds, you could hear the zoom so loud when you play back the video, it talkes a lot of time to focus after you zoom, is way better to just not use the zoom at all. IN MY POINT OF VIEW THERE IS NO VIDEO MODE IN THIS CAMERA. The camera has no features what so ever, very little things to play with, and the menu is to kiddie, made for a 8 year old. One of the nice things was that the digital zoom in camera mode was of extremelly good cuality. even at 12x combined. to conclude I returned it 2 days after I bought it, I was giving it it a second chance but then I gave up. Its a piece of crap. then I got the canon SD400, what a camera incredible nice pictures and best of all the video is incredible and the digital zoom can be used during the vi
PROS: Excellent video quality. Nice big LCD screen and a really cool looking toy to boot.
CONS: Eats up battery juice extremely fast.
PROS: Display is large and clear; less than 1 second between shots;
CONS: Flash doesn't seem to work as well as others I've had.
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