The Kodak EasyShare Mini is designed for either first-time camera owners, or those that consider photography a chore. That's legitimate, and we certainly can't fault Kodak for introducing a point-and-shoot that's designed to - you know-point and shoot. But the Mini will never grow with you.
Easy to use
The Kodak Easyshare Mini M200 has a number of key selling points and features that it is going to be bought for, these are 1) it's size 2) it's price and 3) it's ease of use, and possibly 4) it's ability to share photos, although not necessarily in that order. If you want an ultra compact, easy to use camera, that's very good value for money, and aren't too concerned about image quality, then this camera is worth looking at.
Decent little device
At a hundred bucks, this thing is a no-brainer for your kids if you were considering something else. They're they only ones who can operate these little buttons anyway. An alternative would be a rugged camera (kids don't take good care of things), but most of those are significantly more expensive. The Easyshare Mini is a decent little device for someone who can't stand using their phone as a camera, but doesn't want the cost or quality of "real" point and shoots.
Picture this—you’re letting loose at a trendy hot spot with friends, snapping pictures so amazing you’ll want to share them online as soon as you get home. Any other camera would slow you down with tags, sorts, and uploads. But not the new KODAK EASYSHARE M550 Digital Camera. Kodak’s Share button allows you to tag pictures directly from your camera for e-mailing, or uploading to YouTube, FACEBOOK, FLICKR and KODAK Gallery sites, plus e-mail too. The real Kodak Moment happens when you share.
Great pictures outdoors in bright sunlight
The Kodak EasyShare C142 is a basic consumer camera built for ease of use. It captures images in 10 megapixel detail and has a 3x digital zoom. Kodak software enables a one-button upload to applications like Flickr and Youtube, and a host of on-board features helps to automatically adjust the camera to a variety of conditions for good looking photos.
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