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This review is from: Brother MFC-J870dw Wireless InkJet MFC / All-In-One Color Printer
Pros: Works out of the box. Great for use with iphone.
Cons: Paper Jam. I have been using this for about 1 month and continue to get paper jams that are annoying. The only way I have been able to clear the jam is to reset the firmware. I think there are a few of these that are faulty from the factory and are probably good for the junk yard.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The video card works great so far. Some clarity and speed improvement over the on-board video card.
Cons: Rebate check from TUL Inc. and "East West Bank" date received 06/14/2013 but dated on check over a year ago as 05/28/2012 with void after 90 days. I'll have to see if bank will cash it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Kodak ZX5 Playsport HD Waterproof Pocket Video Camera. Black
Pros: This unit is compact and very intuitive to use. Hit the power button and snap a photo, or one push button to switch to video and hit record.
Fits great in shirt pocket without too much discomfort.
Auto adjusts in different light.
Video seems to capture very well with anti shake. Very nice video.
I got mine for $109.00 and free shipping during Newegg shell shocker. As usual, Newegg shipments arrive next day or second day.
I took a few photos and was able to view them in seconds on my computer via included usb cable.
Cons: No case, but I picked up a very nice tough shell case at Unclaimed baggage for $1.
Does not come with the micro hdmi cable. Has flyer to register for free micro hdmi cable after you register your camera online, but I haven't seen it yet nor did I get a register e-mail to get the free cable. Also requires shipping and handling for free cable. Not sure how much that is, or why I haven't gotten a request from them. Newegg has a cable for $8.99, so I doubt a free cable from Kodak would be cheaper than that.
I can't take any eggs away from this camera, because it is just so well made.
Other Thoughts: Remote is extra and I am thinking of buying one to try.
Photos are 5.1 megapixel and are a fixed size. You'll have to resize on your computer, if you need to get a smaller file size.
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