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Kodak EasyShare One
Kodak EasyShare One

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Kodak EasyShare One

Editor's Review

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.


  • 4.0 megapixels (effective)
  • 3x optical zoom/3.3x digital zoom
  • autofocus only
  • program exposure
  • JPEG file format
  • ISO range 80-400
  • proprietary Lithium-Ion battery
  • movie mode with sound
  • 802.11B Wi-Fi capable when used with optional Wi-Fi card
  • Part Number: 8009771
  • UPC: 041778009772
  • Release Date: Jan 11, 2005

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Kodak EasyShare One Reviews

Kodak EasyShare One Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

  • 5.0 out of 5
Love my camera (Pam — 04/09/2008)

My husband bought this camera for me Christmas 2006. I love it. I have not had any problems with it and have acutally won a few photo contests with it. It's been banged around some and my 3 year old has even gotten a hold of it and it has still held up. After reading the other reviews maybe I got lucky but I really love this camera.

  • 1.0 out of 5
Same problem 3 times! (Meagan — 03/15/2008)

I received the camera as a gift in October 2006 and have had nothing but problems. It wouldn't turn on and the lens would not retract a few months after I got it. I sent it in for repair, which took 6 weeks, and had to send it back in again for the SAME problem a couple months later. Fast forward 5 months and I am now sending it in AGAIN. This is the 3rd time and they may replace the camera this time. Customer service has been horrible, the time it take for my camera to be returned is unacceptable and it shouldn't have broken 3 times in the first place.

To the poster that said people with ratings of 1 or 2 stars should be more careful needs to re-evaluate that statement. I have been nothing but careful with this camera and its problems are a manufacturing problem...not mine!

  • 1.0 out of 5
Kodak NOT SO EASY Share! (Theresa — 09/25/2007)

I received this camera as a gift from my husband. I took it on our vacation to California and it was nothing but a headache! The battery life on this camera is the worst ever. The charger is next to impossible to get to work. I plugged it in and could never get it charged. I am returning it ASAP!!!! It was so bad my husband purchased another $400.00 camera in California. If you buy this camera, you will be Kodac-JACKED!!!!

  • 5.0 out of 5
Don't believe everything you read (Rachel — 06/21/2007)

Maybe those who have reviewed this camera with one or two stars should think again. They complain of the lens breaking or having problems...any camera will have those problems if you don't take care of it and go easy on it. It's not something that can be thrown around. Maybe those people should take it a little easier on their camera and they could avoid those problems. I love this camera, it is the best investment I've ever made. It did have some problems with the fold out screen a couple months ago, but I sent it in to Kodak and it was back in a week, good as new. I would definitely recommend this camera to anyone, especially because of the great customer service I received from the company. One complaint: battery life...careful not to lose your second battery that comes with the camera like I did!

  • 1.0 out of 5
rip off (Jorge Mihaic — 03/21/2007)

I was happy with The Kodak Easyshare while it worked, but less than 5 months it started having problems with the zoom lens, when used, at a certain point the camera would shut off completely.
Called for service and I was told the product was under the one year warranty and to send it to United Camera and Binocular repair corp. for repair or replacement.
What a rip-off …. United Camera & binocular Repair Corp. (Kodak authorized dealer) decided to void the warranty and charge me the $158.00 if I wanted repaired. They claim impact damage to front cover and will not take responsibility for a poor quality product and the fact that the Kodak cameras have a lens problem.
There was no damage to the front cover and everything worked except something wrong with the zoom circuit.
I paid $27.00 to mail the camera to United Camera & binocular Repair Corp, now I have to pay them $48.00 to get my camera back
After spending $75.00 just to find that KODAK Co. does not back up its products, and the warranty claims are all false, but THE WORST of all is the hiring of sub-contractors to get rid of product problems and customer complains. I will never recommend nor buy another product form Kodak Co. again.
Maybe the biggest problem of KODAK co. is not the competition, but the lack of quality control in its products.

  • 1.0 out of 5
pathetic quality (Don L. — 02/12/2007)

Just like numerous other owners have reported, the lens on this expensive camera broke just after the warranty period ended. This camera has nice features, but far too expensive to be "disposable." I will never buy another product from this manufacturer again.

  • 2.0 out of 5
Poor warranty service. (Alan Upham — 12/06/2006)

We own a Kodak Z730 and have had problems with the lens. After about 6 months the lens jammed and had to go back on warranty repair at United Camera & Binocular repair which is Kodak's repair center. It took almost 6 weeks (United said 2 weeks)to get the camera repaired. About 6 weeks later the lens detached from the camera body while taking pictures and now United and Kodak will not repair or replace the camera unless I pay for it. United is claiming we did the damage to the lens and will not take responsibility for a poor repair or the fact that the Kodak cameras have a lens problem.

  • 1.0 out of 5
Battery/charging problems. Will never buy Kodak again (Michael Young — 10/10/2006)

After a little more than one year of use, the camera now won't take a charge. Replaced the NiMH battery pack and also tried a new charger dock and still won't charge - so obviously a problem inside the camera that I'm sure won't be serviceable. Very poor quality product overall, we've had problems with lens extend/retract, lens cover sticking. I've purchased two Kodak cameras and a camera dock/printer (over $1000 total) but will never again buy Kodak and strongly advise others to avoid the brand.

  • 1.0 out of 5
DON'T BUY KODAK!!!!! (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

Got one at Circuit City. 6 months later the lens wouldn't retract. Got another for free due to warranty. 1 year later, won't turn on. Tried new batteries, re charge, etc. Piece of you know what. Looking for something else (Nikon, Canon, etc.) My advice, stay away.

  • 2.0 out of 5
Not quality made (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

It takes pretty good pics, but the housing is terrible. I own 2, and the battery door broke off on both of them, the shutter stopped working on one, and the casing popped open on the other one, causing it to not work at all. We don't use it more than once a week, but it didn't hold up at all.

  • 2.0 out of 5
Battery doesn't hold charge (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

From the beginning the battery hasn't held its charge for more than a 2hour evening which makes it practically useless for trips and nights out. In addition, I have had constant trouble with specifically an E18 error which has to do with the lens.

  • 2.0 out of 5
It does take good pictures (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

The quality of this camera is poor. The lens would not go back in so my son tried to help it go in, camera warranty is now void. Very cheaply made.

  • 1.0 out of 5
CRAP!! (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

i dropped it and it broke

  • 1.0 out of 5
Same thing broke twice (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

The Kodak Easyshare was okay when it worked but less than 1 year after purchase the lens stuck and couldn't open. For $35 they fixed it under warranty (seems the fix was something expected). Exactly 1 year later the same thing happened again. Another person's of the same model had the same problem. They won't fix or support it, but offer a different model. Never again, however, would we buy a Kodak.

  • 1.0 out of 5
Rip Off! (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

Took good pictures for a year, then power went out. We tried different batteries, advice from camera reapair shops, Circuit City... Not worth fixing. We will never buy another Kodak camera.

  • 1.0 out of 5
Will take a good picture about 3 or 4 times then go flat. (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

Brought the CX6330 for my daughter's Birthday, she takes a couple of pictures then battery would go flat. tried lots of batterys, last lot 2500mha.
still no good.

  • 1.0 out of 5
CX6330 (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

This camera has been nothing but problems. The power supply has gone out twice, once under warranty and now. IT'S A LEMON, Kodak will fix it, but it's not worth spending anymore money on it. I must say it took pretty good pictures, but I'm skeptical about buying another easyshare camera.