Kodak EasyShare Sport Digital Camera Review
Unsuitable as a main camera, but the tiny price makes it an interesting splurge for snorkeling.
The Kodak EasyShare Sport C123 didn't fare very well in our lab tests, however its extremely low price may earn this model a place in your travel bag. Although the limited hardware–made for value not performance–prevents it from being a feasible everyday model, we see the $80 Sport as a decent potential accessory, even for seasoned photographers.
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