I own a Kodak Z812 and it has served me for many years. I wanted to upgrade to more pixels. The AZ361 looked like the best choice. I like the Kodak features and easy share software. This camera has neither. The lack of a view finder turned out to be a bigger liability than I though. The LCD gets washed out in the sun making it difficult to take pictures outdoors. The auto stability didn't work well with the longer zoom settings. I was very disappointed in this camera. I returned it. Walmart ship the camera to my house in just two days and I was able to return it at my local Walmart store, no hassle.
Sorry, this is not a review, I am considering buying this camera.\n\nI would like to know how does its Panoramic shot works.\n\nDo you just sweep the camera or take shots then the camera will stitch it?\n\nHope to hear a related answer soon, thank you!
I ordered this camera online because the store did not carry it. I got an email telling me it was ready for pickup. Went to Customer service first to find out where to get the site to store pick ups and was told in the back by layaway. Walked all the way back there and no one was in sight. Called the store operator twice from the desk phone, still no one. Went over to photo, no one there. went to Electronics, no one there. FINALLY I got an employee walking by and she tried to help me. There was another women who peeked through the door and finally came to help. She had been in the back the whole time and heard the announcements for help but chose to never come out. Walmart has horrible service, not enough employees and they always say they are short staffed. I could do a better job of scheduling. CRAZY will never do that again.
I was given the Kodak Red FZ51-RD for my birthday a year ago. It froze up in about 6 months.\nI took it to a camera shop where I was told this was a common occurrence for this type of camera.\nHe said I could send it back to Kodak but they would charge me more than it is worth just to look at it. I would not recommend this camera.
I have always had a kodak camera and they were a great quality camera, not that they sold the kodak name to a different company the quality has gone down hill. The camera is easy to use but the pictures on the highest setting came out a bit grainy and on the action setting you had a lot of blurred pictures. It was used once at a event and went back to the store the next day, if you want a great camera sony cyber shot is great but it was twice the price, but well worth it!\np.s. walmart was great took the camera back with no problems
I never recevied my item. When I contact walmart they offered to reordered it however it was no longer avaiable. I was very dissapointed in the service I recevied and will never order again from Walmart.com\n\ni am sure the product would have been awesome had I recevied it.