The Kodak EasyShare One incorporates cutting-edge wireless technology and has a very pretty 3" LCD, but users overwhelmingly gripe about the camera's shortcomings. Apparently the idea is that photographers will take their pictures, and then rush to the nearest wireless web access point to upload them to Kodak's Ofoto website. Coming from a company that has consistently delivered simple cameras that produce excellent results, this is an alarming turn towards gimmicky functionality. The Kodak EasyShare One has received many unfavorable reviews, and we urge you to read them at the bottom of this page before going any further with this model. If the Wi-Fi functionality interests you, check out our Wi-Fi guide, linked on the left sidebar, to see some newer, more substantial offerings in wireless photography.