Max Focal Length: 24 mm
Max Horizontal Image Resolution: 2856 pixels
Max Aperture: 8 1/f
Installed Memory: 32 MB
Image Format: EXIF|JPEG
Average User Rating: Number of User Reviews: 23
Reviewed by: fwblover from FL on Dec 2, 2004
Strengths: Small yet feature-packed. From stills to video with audio, easy automatic print and email settings, and money-saving rechargeable batteries make this nearly the best point-and-shoot digital camera.
Weaknesses: None that I can attest for a digital camer under $300.
Summary: (Edited December 03rd by fwblover) For the average Joe, this is an exceptional camera. High-end pixelation, terrific macro shots, and numerous automatic settings help guide a novice to produce shots to be proud of! I am especially pleased with the online support that comes with each Kodak purchase such as downloads, updates, and help topics.
Reviewed by: seaside_collectibles from CA on Feb 1, 2005
Experience: 30 Days
Strengths: ease of use, color, weight, zoom, manual capability ,additional lens, battery power, on and off switch, flash on and off. Great zoom
Weaknesses: size is alittle big. needs a better wrist strap and case that fits it when its carried.
Summary: we love it! We bought a sony and compared the kodak at the same time. the sony is smaller, but the kodak is super easy to use and the directions are easy to understand and follow.
Reviewed by: raynbarb203 from FL on Jan 3, 2005
Experience: 3 Weeks
Strengths: A great point and shoot camera. Has more controls than I can shake a stick at, or just go auto and let the camera do it's thing. Pictures are great and the camera is very easy to use.
Weaknesses: Only complaint I have is the camera needs a hot shoe.
Summary: For the price you can't go wrong unless you are a professional. For the average picture taker this is a very nice camera. I would recommend this to anyone.
Reviewed by: Setsuna183 from NY on Dec 27, 2004
Experience: 9 Days
Strengths: Very fast shutter speed and there are many features to choose from.
Weaknesses: AUTO doesnt save options, but that might be for all cameras....
Summary: This is a great camera. I bought it as gift, and was very surprised with the shutter speed. Usually, digital cameras take a while to actually "take" the picture. Very impressive. The "easy grip" in the front allows for it to be held with ease, without fear of accidentally smudging something.
Reviewed by: ddspell from TX on Apr 6, 2005
Experience: 4 Months
Strengths: + Easy to use and carry + Tons of features + Takes great pictures + It even takes video
Weaknesses: - No flash hotshoe - Lens isn't removable - Lens cap is not built-in - Flash is limited to about 20 feet
Summary: If you find my homepage on .mac, then you'll see pictures and video that I've taken with this camera. I paid about $330 back in November 2004. Now that can be had for less than $250, it is an even greater buy. Consumer Reports rated this a best buy which is why I bought one. I haven't been disappointed.
100% of people (5/