Very good video and image quality.
Uses removable SD cards for storage.
Waterproof down to 10 feet deep.
Great still photos.
Portable and rugged.
Easy to use.
Great price for all these features.
Improved battery life.
HDMI cable included.
Very good sharing software.
Button layout often leads to accidental presses.
Non removable battery.
No flash/video light.
Digital zoom is worthless.
Battery life is short when recording in HD.
Video is a little grainy.
IS under performs.
No macro mode.
No built-in USB connector.
Small, 2-inch LCD.
No microphone input or headphone jack.
By Macworld Australia on August 02, 2011
Though the Playsport Zx3 isn’t the easiest camera to use, it does a very good job at performing its main duty: making videos. If you care more about the quality of the videos you want to make than how easy it is to operate the camera you want to...80
By PCWorld on July 25, 2011
The Kodak PlaySport Zx3 shoots top-notch 1080p video and still images, and offers a waterproof frame, but we've seen pocket camcorders that are easier to use....80
By Macworld on July 25, 2011
The Kodak Playsport Zx3 is a waterproof (up to ten feet deep) pocket camcorder that makes excellent videos and photos, though it has one design flaw. The Playsport Zx3 is an average-sized pocket camcorder, with dimensions of 2.3 by 4.4 by 0.8 inches....80
By TechReviewSource on June 06, 2011
The Kodak PlaySport Zx5 is a rugged, portable mini camcorder that can record 1080p high-definition quality video and take 5-megapixel images. It has very good video quality and is easy to use, but it doesn't have a flash or light.The Kodak...80
By GadgetSpeak on March 17, 2011
While many pocket camcorders have been designed for general purpose use, the Kodak Playsport is aimed more at the more adventurous members of society. To this end the Playsport combines electronic image stabilising technology, to assist when capturing...64
By Trusted Reviews on January 19, 2011
Once upon a time, Kodak dominated the world of film. But although the company adopted digital technology early on, in the mid-1990s, other companies have taken the lead since then. With its range of pocket Internet cameras, Kodak is beginning...80
By GadgetSpeak on December 03, 2010
Around 18 months ago I told you about the Kodak ZX1 their first foray in the very popular pocket (mobile phone size) camcorder arena. Here is - I think - their next offering the ZX3 which gives you the ability to capture movies underwater to 3metres...72
By ConsumerSearch on November 01, 2010
Experts say the Kodak Playsport is the best pocket HD camcorder you can buy. It shoots in full 1080p high-definition, can snap still photos, and it's waterproof to 10 feet -- all features you can't get on any Flip camcorder, including the Flip...-
By PCWorld New Zealand on September 27, 2010
Last month we ran a roundup of pocket high-definition video cameras. One model we were really looking forward to trying was the Playsport, a waterproof offering from Kodak. Unfortunately a courier mishap kept it from appearing in the feature, but we...80
By ThinkDigit on August 31, 2010
The MRP of PlaySport is Rs. 8,999. Kodak currently has an offer on, which retails the PlaySport for Rs 7,999. Also assuming a 16GB card costs aroung Rs. 2,500, the cost of owning the PlaySport shoots up to Rs 10,499. It is good to carry on picnics...70