Kodak EasyShare Z915 digital camera.
I own a Kodak Easyshare Z915 digital camera. Not the most expensive digital by any means, but does a tremendous job of taking pictures. I don't remember the exact price, but it was somewhere in the neighbor hood of $200.00. I've taken a tremendous amount of pictures with it and am 99.9% satisfied with them. I've had a few pictures that were bad but would guess the fault lies with the photographer rather than the camera. Although it has an adjustment wheel on the top of the camera with 9 different settings, it is mostly a point and shoot camera. It does not have a viewfinder. You have to view your picture using the view screen on the back of the camera. In other words instead of holding the camera to your eye and looking through a small slot in the top of the camera. you hold it in front of your face. It's about like looking at a small tv screen. The colors are great and appear just as they will in the photo. The camera's speed and aperture are both controlled automatically. The only real problem is that in low light conditions it takes a steady hand or a tripod to get sharp pictures. It does have a flash which works nicely on close up's but is worthless on long distance shots. It uses an SDHC card for the photos and two AA batteries for the power. The card will hold several hundred pictures although I've never tried to fill it completely. Just remove the card from the camera, slide it into the computer slot. and bring up your photo program. Download your photos into the program and have a blast working with them. I've printed pictures up to 11X14 without a sign of grain in the photo. All in all a great camera for a non-professional photographer.