Kodak Easyshare C813 Reviews
Product Type: Kodak digital cameras
Description:Model ID 8690232 /
Newest Review: ... good images. We've used this camera during family events such as weddings and parties, when we've been on holiday and to ... more
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Customer Kodak Easyshare C813 Reviews (9)
by - written on 09/09/09, updated on 12/02/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I had this camera bought for me for my birthday and I am so pleased with it. I have never owned a digital camera before and wanted something easy to use that took good photos and was easy to transfer onto the pc. Well this camera does it all. It is nice to look at, silver in colour and fits nicely in the hand when taking the photos. It is quite heavy for the size but not too bad. The camera is a 8.1 mega pixel camera which is really good for this prive level. The zoom on the front is easy to use and you can zoom in quite a good distance to see take close ups. It is brilliant at taking photos of family and friends and doesnt blur if your not to steady at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/09 (Very useful, 80 readings)
This camera is great for all crafters who need to showcase their projects online. I bought this camera as I was fed up was my husbands which could only take 3-4 shots before needing to be recharged. I bought it in Tesco in February for under £50. It is very sleek and comfortable to use with it's ergonomically shaped body it fits well in the hand. The screen is 5cm x 3.7cm in size and does the job easily. Im no photographer but I found the controls very easy to navigate and use. It offers a variety of options; 'automatic' for when the light may not be quite as good as you would hope as it adjusts everything for you. Often in dim light it will flash just ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/03/09 (Very useful, 97 readings)
I bought this one through e-bay and it is refurbished so it cost me around 70Euro, (with SD card + starters pack) but you can get a new one for just a little bit more money. I bought this camera because I wanted to have something that takes decent pictures and since I will mostly use it outdoors and on field exercises, that I won't be very sorry if it gets damaged. And this one nailed it. It is not the prettiest camera to the eye, it is kind of robust and comparing to newer neatly models a little bit big. But considering that it uses regular 2 AA batteries (comes in handy if you are on field where you can not plug in and recharge your camera, I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I'm a bit clumsy when it comes to digital cameras, and this is my third one, having rendered the prevous two unusable after dropping. Digital cameras, I have found, don't really like being dropped, and I have resolved to look after this one properly! The Kodak Easyshare C813 is a little gem of a camera, retailing at a modest £50 from most retailers. The low cost, ease of use and high quality of pictures make it an ideal first camera for those new to the world of digital photography. The camera is nice and compact and can be easily carried in a bag or pocket. It weighs just 141g and measures 4 x 9 x 7 cm. It is really easy to get ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/04/09 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I bought this camera for myself for christmas as I was sick of my old one because the picture quality was rubbish. It was on special offer in tesco just before christmas for £52 although I do believe that they have come down in price since then. I was instantly amazed as to how an 8.2 mp camera could be so cheap. As soon as I got it home I couldn't wait to set it all up and start snapping away. It did not take me long to work out how to use it and I think that it was very easy to use. The flash has different options available which are: auto, fill, red eye reduction and off. The flash is very good and even the photos that I take in ... Read the complete review
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