Summary: I bought this camera as a birthday gift based on previous good reviews. When I turned it on the lens came out, but would not retract or take picture's. I returned it for a replacement. The company made a mistake and sent me an Ebook instead of the camera! I decided to ask for a refund, because the replacement would not arrive in time for the birthday.
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.
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 ...
Summary: So far,this camera has taken perfectly good pictures. I like the picture clarity and I like the large screen and menu.I have noticed though that when I review the pictures on screen that the review pictures aren't great.It came as a relief then,that when I looked at them on my computer,that they were perfectly good.
Summary: Got mine from refurbished seller.great picture quality. the video could have been better but I didn't buy it mainly for video purposes. the only fault is that it came with a red dot on the LCD screen.
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!
Summary: Bought this for my sisters 21st Birthday. She isnt very technically minded so needed an easy to use camera that took good pictures. Shes in the RAF so goes travelling quite a bit. She loved it. The pictures are really clear and has a simple upload button which you can upload your pictures straight to facebook so we can all see what shes up to :) Brill!!
A good buy for a reasonable price - just take a spare set of batteries with you!
Daveythedj "daveythedj", Amazon
5 April 2011
Summary: I brought this camera mainly to use for still photography. Although I own a mini-cam which also takes stills, the photo quality is nowhere near as sharp. Pros:- Very good picture quality - at 480dpi the sharpness is apparent. Good range of ISO settings although the Auto settings seem to work pretty well when compensation when taking photos in low light.