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Up until the other month, I was using my iPhone 3GS to take all my photos. The trouble is, the camera isn't particularly amazing quality on the 3GS. So I set out to buy a cheap, decent, good quality camera.
And this is exactly what I found.
I prefer the picture quality of this camera, that my phone, by far. Obviously when you zoom right in, and take a photo, the quality does decrease. Although there is a 3x optimal zoom, which doesn't really reduce quality.
The camera has a 14MP camera, meaning the pictures are sharp and clear. Especially when face recognition locks onto faces. You can crop, enlarge and print the pictures and still have a decent quality picture. Video quality on the other hand isn't as good. Videos are 640x480, so aren't the best quality, as you can imagine.
I bought mine from Ebuyer online, without a memory card. Instead I managed to get a 8GB SD card for it, which holds a lot of photos, considering I don't really use it that often. I also find the batteries don't last as long as I would expect, from new. They last a few hours, but really don't know how to make them last any longer.
The Kodak Easyshare software makes it easier to share pictures with Facebook, Twitter and other social networks. It also makes it easier to share videos on websites such as YouTube. The software also allows you to edit photos easily, removing red-eye, increasing lighting and more.
The box comes with, the camera, 2x AA batteries (required for the camera to operate), USB computer cable, user guide and a wrist strap for the camera.
You can pick these cameras up for about £60, which honestly, is a great price for this camera!
Obviously this is nothing like a digital SLR, but for what it is, and the price, you get what you pay for!