Kodak Camcorders

The 10 Best Kodak Camcorders - July 2017

Every week we analyse the technical specs, reviews and prices of every Kodak camcorder on the market in the US to determine our top 10 list.
In total we compared over 728 camcorders, 23,000 reviews and 4,480 prices. Last updated 18 July 2017.

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SP360

Kodak SP360

01net.com - 4 StarLes Numeriques.com - 5 StarDigital Versus - 5 Startomsguide.com - Editor's Choice
An excellent value for money 1 Full HD camcorder with multiple awards and very good features
Reviews
89
4 Awards
Value for Money
98
Excellent
Features
80
Fully-Featured
Age
61
2 Years Old
Overall Score
84
Excellent
Yes
1"
102g
Full HD
Optical Sensor Size
Weight
Sep 2015
Release Date
  • $50.00
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Playfull Waterproof

Kodak Playfull Waterproof

A good value for money 1MP 1 camcorder with not bad features
Reviews
82
2 Reviews
Value for Money
87
Excellent
Features
73
Good Features
Age
46
6 Years Old
Overall Score
75
Very Good
Yes
1MP
1"
Full HD
Total Megapixels
Optical Sensor Size
85g
Jul 2011
Weight
Release Date
  • $112.49
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Super 8

Kodak Super 8

A newly released 1kg camcorder with alright features but high running costs
Reviews No Reviews
Value for Money
0
Mediocre
Features
57
Average Features
Age
15
5 Months Old
Overall Score
39
Mediocre
1kg
Feb 2017
Weight
Release Date
  • $300.00
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Kodak Camcorders

Price Range of Kodak Camcorders

The average price of Kodak camcorders is $85 which is the 24th highest average price of all camcorder brands. Kodak camcorders start at $50 and the most expensive Kodak camcorder costs $120.

Average Rating of Kodak Camcorders

We have checked 974 expert reviews and 13,087 user reviews for camcorders available online and used these reviews to determine an average rating for camcorders of 70%. This makes Kodak the 28th best rated camcorder brand.

How Fast Do Kodak Camcorder Prices Drop After Release?

Most camcorders drop in price by 0% in the first 6 months after release, however Kodak video cameras tend to depreciate faster. On average, in the first 6 months after release, Kodak camcorders drop in price by 18%. On a typical new Kodak video camera costing $1,316, by waiting 6 months before buying you could save on average $234.

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