The perfect camera for point and shoot.....but not for me
22 February 2012
Excerpt: "... So my Kodak c183 is the black pearlescent version with silver trim around the lens and buttons. The camera dimensions are about 3.5 x 2.5 inches with a depth maximum of an inch. This camera is 14 mega pixels with a 3 x optical zoom and as cameras go it is pretty easy to operate. It is powered by 2 AA batteries which fit in the flap at the base, the same flap which hides the SD memory card The top of the camera has the function ...
Kodak Easyshare C183: A great Point and shoot......But not for me
22 February 2012
Summary: I am going to start here with a confession.....I take way too many pictures. I am one of those people who has a camera on them at all times and am quite willing to snap away be it on a day out, a night on the town, a family party or a major event in my life. The way I look on things is that I can always delete a photo but I cannot go back and take one if I want it after a specific moment has passed.
Summary: Kodak has the nack of making the camera easy to use while at the same time enabling one to take really good, almost professional photographs - not to mention revolutionising the use of social networking sites in terms of publishing ones photos for all to see! I have never been very good at working out where the light should be, or that taking a picture of the sun doesn't work....
Summary: I bought this camera for my sister at Christmas as shed just had a baby and say my of course auntie wanted as many pictures as possible! I must say my sister absolutely loved it ! I fell that i got much more than I payed for with this came a (roughly £80 from Argos) the main reason i bought it was because of its 14 mpix which for that price i think is well worth it!