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Kodak PLAYTOUCH Video Camera - Magenta

$199.00


KODAK PLAYTOUCH Video Camera, Model Zi10 — User guide

The Kodak Playtouch Video Camera packs a touch screen along with plenty of settings, effects, and extras, but video image quality isn't top-notch.

Complementing its unique design, the KODAK PLAYTOUCH Video Camera boasts an array of features to help consumers capture their memories with clarity and precision, including built-in image stabilization, LCD glare shield, and an external microphone jack. To make sharing videos simpler, the PLAYTOUCH Video Camera has a built-in USB arm and Kodak’s Share Button lets consumers tag videos and pictures directly on the camera for automatic upload to popular social networking sites once they connect the camera to the computer.

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Battery and Charger for Kodak PlayTouch Video Camera Camcorder

Battery for Kodak PlayTouch Video Camera Camcorder

Complementing its unique design, the KODAK PLAYTOUCH Video Camera boasts an array of features to help consumers capture their memories with clarity and precision, including built-in image stabilization, LCD glare shield, and an external microphone jack. To make sharing videos simpler, the PLAYTOUCH Video Camera has a built-in USB arm and Kodak’s Share Button lets consumers tag videos and pictures directly on the camera for automatic upload to popular social networking sites once they connect the camera to the computer.

The Kodak Playtouch Video Camera is a good choice if you're looking for a slick pocket camcorder with a touch screen and some extra versatility and useful features. It won't give you any headaches—it's very simple to operate and the touch screen is very responsive. The only thing holding it back from being a true winner is its only-average video quality, and, to a lesser extent, the fact that it only uses a portion of its big LCD when recording video. Our Editors' Choice pocket camcorder, the rugged ($149.95, 4 stars) shares similar image quality, but costs $80 less and captures video and stills under up to 10 feet of water. But if higher-quality video is paramount, go for the $200 Flip UltraHD instead, you'll get a much bulkier camera with a lot less versatility and fewer features, however.