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Kodak EasyShare M575 Digital Camera - Black (14MP, 5x Optical Zoom) 3.0 inch LCD
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Anyhow, the camera provides excellent pictures, is easy to use and is extremely robust. It had its first test on a holiday to Portugal. Unfortunately our daughter dropped it to the cobbled street on the first day. As you can imagine it made a heck of a noise, the battery compartment broke open, and the battery went flying across the road. She could not have dropped it harder if she had tried. Guess what, put the battery back in, closed the hinged sliding door (which had not broken, just come open), and the camera worked fine. Not many electronic devices would have withstood such a fall to the floor. Buy it, you will not be disappointed.
I see that another reviewer moans about not being able to see the display in sunlight - well thats a problem with most cameras but for this price I am not going to worry. Now I am about to buy a Leica X1 or should I try the Kodak? Just kidding - Leica for me very day but I am knocked out on the value of this excellent Kodak camera.
5 stars give but one thing that does irritate me - why no sd card with the camera. Its like buying a torch without batteries. Luckily my friend realised that there was no sd card in it and bought one from Boots (Now come on who would you wait 24 hours for Amazon to deliver at a lower price?)
- The picture mode is always set to "Smart" mode when you turn it on and the picture quality is not good with that. If you change the mode it does not remember your previous change and just reverts back to smart mode.
- The zoom does not work properly when using in video mode. The pictures were quite grained and it was not even matching my 3x samsung zoom
- You cannot use rechargeable batteries and it comes with kodak's own battery. I could use it only for 5 hours without charging(using intermittenly). I prefer using rechargable batteries .
Simple to use, great results from the 14mp resolution
One complaint is that when used outdoors in bright sunshine it is difficult to see the image that you are trying to capture in the LCD.
This left me almost pointing the camera towards the subject and then hoping to get it centred. That said, once done it was easy to crop the image if it was out of line
Don't think the quality of photos is amazing, my Samsung NV5 7.2MP does an equally good job...
It will often show File Corrupt when I press View to see the photos I've just taken... lost so many precious pics just like that: think they were taken ok then when I connect camera to or insert SDHC card in laptop, no photos are there!
If any other user has some good tips on this machine, please do share...
Update, Apr. 11:
I discovered the issue with lost photos: corrupt SDHC card, replaced with basic 2GB SD card, works ok.
Camera makes "starting engine" noise 2 out of 3 times when I turn it on. Any ideas why this is?
I saw the refurbished Kodak M575 on Amazon (from DigiDeal) at half the price of a new one - and far higher spec than my M530 too - so despite my misgivings about buying a "refurb", under the circumstances I thought I'd give it a try... And how glad I am that I did!
...The camera is a delight. User-friendly, good size screen, and very high resolution photos. Being officially Kodak refurbished it came with full instructions, charger, and even a [limited] Kodak guarantee, but - as clearly stated - NO memory card included. However, as I already had a 4GB memory card I ordered the camera alone, although with hindsight wish now I'd gone for one of the "sets" with case/tripod/cleaner/memory card included as they are brilliant value.
The M575 EasyShare is very light and slimline, fitting easily in a pocket or even the smallest of handbags, and is very simple to use. The point+shoot mode produces excellent quality photos equal to (or even better than) those produced by cameras twice the price or more, and if you want to use more specific settings there are loads to choose from - the *extended user guide includes clear details on how to use these. The "EasyShare" functions do exactly "what it says on the tin".
The instructions include the official web address from which to download an *extended user guide - a very clear step-by-step guide to using the M575's many functions/settings - extremely useful.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great camera, never used the share button though and a bit chunky but I guess it is not a new model but great price for a 14mp with optical zoom. picture quality is excellent!Published on 28 Jun. 2014 by jshdie
I bought this camera to go travelling with, and 4 years later it is still going strong!
The photo quality is great, and the fact I can share my snaps straight to Facebook... Read more
Could not connect to my computer... or the internet... Samsung offers better options for a similar or lower price. Avoid!Published on 26 Feb. 2014 by Miss M T Nedyalkova
This Kodak camera is easy to use and light enough to put in one's pocket! The photographs produced are good!Published on 6 July 2013 by Mrs M J Wotherspoon
A brilliant little camera with a big heart.worth every penny.so glad I purchased it and would do so again if needed although it is so good that I probably won't need to for quite... Read morePublished on 22 Feb. 2013 by N. Griggs
good value for money and easy to use, good for in your handbag as it is compact with lots of features.Published on 14 Feb. 2013 by madelon
The camera had to be sent back to Germany to be fixed. When I opened it on Christmas Day it was not working (which was very disappointing - no family photos). It is OK nowPublished on 21 Jan. 2013 by MR.C.A.REASBECK