'Inexpensive, 10x zoom range'
'Attractive all-metal body design'
'Camera is easy to grip'
'Picture quality is good'
'10x zoom is nice for a point-and-shoot'
'Inexpensive and easy to carry'
'Image quality is good for a budget camera'
'Good value for money'
'Low price, Long zoom, High resolution'
'Mediocre dim light shooting quality, Poor battery life'
'Dead-on white balance'
'Decent little camera suitable for the point and shooter'
'Good colour reproduction'
'Extra zoom power'
'Powerful flash and shooting tooltips'
'Plastic back feels cheap'
'Delivers exceptional quality in any environmental setting'
'Screen: poor viewing angles'
'Full-resolution burst shooting is possible at a rate of two frames per second, achieved in part thanks to use of the latest generation Venus Engine VI image processor.'
'Good starter camera'
'Great basic camera'
'Strong image quality'
'Stylish design, responsive operation'
'Great macro pictures'
'Lightweight and compact'
'Limited number of features, only the bare basics'
'Great outdoors, sucks indoors!!'
'As point & shoot cameras go...'
'Good build quality '
'Build quality really is superb for this class'
'perfect little pocket cam'
'Somewhat of a basic model for Kodak'
'Lacks image stabilization'
'Removable, expandable storage'
'Easy to use'
'Decent little device'
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