This feature-rich digital camera gives you everything you're looking for, in a stylish, user-friendly package. The LS443 puts the power to create captivating, beautiful pictures in your hands.
Product Title: Kodak EasyShare LS443 4 Megapixel Compact Camera - Silver
Power Score: 3.9 | 30 Reviews
Product Reviews (12)
Kodak Model LS4443 w/ dock
Strengths: Takes good pics.
Weakness: STATED BELOW IN REMARKS.
I have been using this camera with Kodak Easyshare for approx. 5 or 6 years. Now, I cannot use this Model to transfer my pics. to Ebay, Kopdak Technical help has gotten me nowhere. The set-up originally cost me about $400.00; am I supposed to purchase a new Kodak camera every 5 to 6 years? Really disgusted,and would mot purchase any Kodak products in the future.
By anonymous; - Mar 11, 2009
Strengths: Not many
Weakness: Brakes very easily! My pictures are pure black. I think the LCD screen went out. Not worth the price.
Not worthg it. Very cheap and 3 other family members cameras all broke with different problems. Kodak came up with a losing product. The warranty should br more than one year.
By anonymous; - Jan 1, 2007
Strengths: Ease of Use.
Weakness: Breaks easily. Customer support no where to be found.
Initially I was satisfied with this camera as an easy to use/point an shoot and the picture quality was OK then one day it just stopped taking pictures - all's I get is a black screen.
Can not find support.
Will not purchase Kodak camera again.
By anonymous; - Oct 23, 2006
Avoid this Camera
Strengths: It looks nice (I'm being generous here)
Weakness: Breaks easily, Poor Customer Service
So I'm using the LS443 on a trip in Japan, taking a lot of pictures. I slide it in my bag, and then pull it out again to take a snapshot. Now the camera is buzzing and giving me "Error Code E45. Consult Manual." I'm thinking the camera stripped a gear trying to open in my bag, but I call their tech support anyways to get some answers. While I'm on hold for about 16 minutes, I chance upon this...
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So I'm using the LS443 on a trip in Japan, taking a lot of pictures. I slide it in my bag, and then pull it out again to take a snapshot. Now the camera is buzzing and giving me "Error Code E45. Consult Manual." I'm thinking the camera stripped a gear trying to open in my bag, but I call their tech support anyways to get some answers.
While I'm on hold for about 16 minutes, I chance upon this review section for the camera, and peruse it's comments. Line after line of "breaks easily" and "no customer support" suddenly dawn on me that this call will be going nowhere. And it didn't.
The guy on the phone was polite enough, but it was just as I feared. You give them the question (What does E45 mean?), they ask for your personal information, and once they have it, they tell you "it needs service." Well, DUH... what KIND of service? Response: "That is proproetary information." Translation: I don't know, I don't want to look it up, and if you knew, then you would realize that you've been had.
Their solution? Send it in for over $150 to get this thing fixed (probably just replaced with a refurbished camera) or trade in to buy ANOTHER Kodak camera. If this is all the 'help' i can get, what makes them think I want ANOTHER Kodak camera?
This camera should be avoided- it will break like a toothpick bridge science project, and you will never know what went wrong. Customer service is poor at best, and in fact, I would avoid Kodak entirely. I wasted 20 minutes of my life dealing with them I will never get back.
Take heart to this review page. The ones that give poor reviews are the REAL ones, unlike the one or two here that are posted by Kodak flunkies trying to pump up sales.
Do the right thing. Avoid Kodak.
By omegatek2 - May 12, 2006
Have had 3 cameras within the...
Strengths: Menu system - ease of use - picture quality
Weakness: quality of construction - reliability - support
Have had 3 cameras within the family. All have required repair work within first 12 months. After three years from first purchase, all cameras have been at the repair shop at least twice and only one of the three is still operational.
By dgirdler - Feb 16, 2005