The Kodak EasyShare Z5010 is capable of taking some very good photos, but it is not without limitations. Basically, if you view its 14-megapixel pictures at larger sizes, 80 to 100 percent, you'll see a good deal of noise and artifacts, and subjects look soft and lack fine detail. That's even at its lowest sensitivity of ISO 64. This is only really a problem if you frequently enlarge and heavily crop your photos or are making prints larger than 8x10.
At smaller screen and print sizes, photos taken with plenty of light look good. The results drop off considerably as you go above ISO 400, which is typical for this class of camera. I wouldn't recommend this camera for regularly taking low-light photos without a flash or with the lens extended indoors. But again, outside with good light you'll get good results. (See the last six pictures in this slideshow to see some samples taken with the telephoto lens.)
This and the five slides that follow are all pictures taken with the lens fully zoom in to 525mm (35mm equivalent). There is a link below each picture allowing you to view the photo at full size. Note, these are large files and can take several seconds to fully load.View picture at full size.