Excerpt: The Kodak PlayFull HD is a small hand held pocketable video camcorder . If you don’t like to use the Flip Video by Cisco, then you may want to consider the Kodak PlayFull HD. There aren’t a lot of pocket camcorders are the market so users don’t have a lot of choice. If you don’t want to read the whole review, but just what to know my preference then I will tell you right now. I personally prefer the Flip Video. The Kodak PlayFull HD comes with 128 MB of internal memory.
Summary: I bought 4 of these to use with my students (juniors and seniors) and they are fantastic! They always work, take great video, and can withstand being passed around on a regular basis. They are also user-friendly with uploading videos...giving multiple options (memory card, cord, and USB). Love this video camera and will be purchasing more!
Summary: I got a good deal on this camera. If I had not I would be upset. Good outdoor video but poor indoors. Does not compare to our 3 year old Flip Mino-meaning not as good quality video. It is small and handy and takes a good video for the computer screen. Probably not going to work for long before we have to upgrade to a better model.
Summary: THE WORKHORSE OF EXTEMPORANEOUS SPONTANEITY TO CAPTURE, DOCUMENT, RECORD, INVENT, VISUALIZE, SHOOT, FOCUS, ZOOM, SUBMERGE, WEATHER, SURVIVE, ALL ENVIRONMENTS THAT ARE HUMANLY TOLERABLE TO COMPLETE THE PHOTOGRAPHER IN A QUICK AND NO NONSENSE MANNER.
Summary: We bought this because our old flip died. This is nowhere near as nice and the screen is so small you can barely see what you are filming. It doesn't charge very well and the battery runs out fast. We charged it the first time over night and it never charged. had to charge it again to get a full charge. It's slow to react to what you want it to do. We took it to 2 different military events and each time it took us a few moments to get it to film.
Easy to use, long video and battery use, but needs to be reset somewhat regularly
Angelo Mike, Amazon
18 March 2014
Summary: This camera, as long as it works, is great for what it is. You can't turn off the stabilization, which is so ugly to watch in motion that it should have never been a feature, but for $60, this camera is a pretty good deal. It's the size of a small chocolate bar, it takes one button to turn on and another to record, and it's hard to mess up.
Summary: Its my second one of these and I love the photos, especially for the price but the doors like to come open regularly and this one did it while in the water. The camera won't turn back on and this seller will not return them once it goes in the water. Hoping Kodak will replace it and I'll use electrically tape to make sure it doesn't happen again.