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Kodak Playtouch camcorder and EasyShare M590

Posted in Kodak by Conner Flynn on August 23rd, 2010

Kodak has unveiled a good looking new Playtouch pocket camcorder that records video at 1080p. The device also sports a SDHC card slot for storage and a 3 inch capacitive touch screen that comes in handy for editing images.

Some other features include easy USB data transfer, an HDMI port and a dedicated button to share stuff over the Internet via Youtube and Facebook. Kodak also announced the EasyShare M590 that features a 2.7 inch LCD screen, image stabilization, face recognition, HD video capture, microSD card support, Share button and a 5x optical zoom.

Kodak EasyShare D1026 digital picture frame

Posted in Kodak by Conner Flynn on August 23rd, 2010

Kodak has just released the EasyShare D1026 digital picture frame, which makes it super easy to add images and share them with those around you. The 10.4 inch display will display images in the 4:3 aspect ratio (800×600) in JPEG and EXIF formats.

This frame also has 512 MB of memory, with memory expansion via SDHC/MMC/SD/XP-Picture/memory stick or a USB flash drive. It is designed to look more like a traditional picture frame, so it can go anywhere.

Kodak Pops Out a Couple New Digital Cameras

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on January 6th, 2009

Kodak Z980

Kodak, besides the Zx1 pocket video camera announced at CES, also unveiled two other new digital cameras. These are the Z980, priced around $400 and available this spring, and the Easyshare M380, coming in March for around $180.

The Kodak Z980 is a little more of a big boy camera, sporting a a 26 mm wide angle, 24X image stabilized optical zoom lens and a vertical shutter release with detachable vertical grip. It supports HD picture and video camera and works with an optional Kodak zoom flash.

Kodak digital photo frame offers interactive border

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Nino Marchetti on August 21st, 2008

Kodak EasyShare P520 Digital Frame

Kodak’s latest digital picture frame is one sporting a touch sensitive control for navigating images. It is called the EasyShare P520 Digital Frame and it prices around $80.

The P520, on sale in September, is built around its five-inch screen. Chief among features is the “Quick Touch Border,” a function which lets you navigate stored photos with a touch or slide of your finger. Memory is expandable via the SD slot and one can also plug in a USB stick for photo viewing. Two color-coordinated interchangeable mattes – red and sliver – and photo management software are also included.


EasyShare Z812 IS shows Kodak isn’t DOA quite yet

Posted in Digital Cameras,Kodak by Nino Marchetti on August 30th, 2007

Kodak EasyShare Z812 ISKodak has unveiled a small army of new digital imaging products for the consumer market, including three digital cameras, a HD television dock and a digital picture frame. One of the more interesting items from this lime up is the EasyShare Z812 IS zoom digital camera.

The Kodak EasyShare Z812 IS, priced at around $300 and available now, offers up eight-megapixels of resolution and a SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH 12x optical zoom lens. It is capable of capturing still images (16:9 aspect ratio) and video (720p at 30fps). You’ll also find this camera sports features like optical image stabilization and ISO settings up to 3200.

Kodak EasyShare C513

Posted in Digital Cameras,Kodak by Darrin Olson on July 24th, 2007

Kodak EasyShare C513 digital cameraToday Kodak announced its first Easyshare camera that utilizes the companies new KAC-05011 CMOS image sensor. The Easyshare C513 is a point-and-shoot model targeting the entry-level camera buyer. What really makes this camera stand out aside from the new, higher quality CMOS sensor is the price tag. At a mere $99 the novice photographer can get a 5 megapixel camera that helps them take high quality photos with minimal shooting experience.

Digital cameras with CMOS sensors have traditionally been a little cheaper than those with CCD as they cost a little less to make but also didn’t have the image quality you would find with a CCD. This new CMOS image sensor from Kodak promises to provide an affordable digital camera without skimping on the picture quality or the functionality of the actual camera.

The C513 also has 3x optical zoom, digital stabilization, can capture …

Kodak EasyShare Z1275 12 Megapixel Shooter

Posted in Digital Cameras,Kodak by Chris Weber on June 12th, 2007

Kodak EasyShare Z1275 digital camera with 12 megapixelsKodak pushes on the megapixel race a little further with a new 12, yes, 12 megapixel digital camera called the EasyShare Z1275.

In addition to the mega-megapixel’s, this camera has 5x Schneider-Kreuznach Variogo optical zoom, a 2.5 inch LCD viewer and saves images to either a Memory Stick Duo or SD card. You may also notice the little “HD” label on the front, which is indicative of the MPEG4 video recording this camera can do at a resolution of 1280 x 720.

You can get your hands on this 12 megapixel shooter for a mere $249, but in order to keep that low price with all those megapixels Kodak had to forfeit some other somewhat common features like any kind of viewfinder other than the LCD screen. You’ll have to keep a steady hand since there is no type of image stabilization. …


Kodak’s EasyShare Easy on Price

Posted in Digital Cameras,Kodak by Chetz on March 8th, 2007

Kodak Easyshare C763 digital cameraKodak’s new EasyShare C613 and C763 digital cameras won’t hurt you too much in your wallet, purse or murse, whatever object you happen to call your own.

Priced at $120 and $180 respectively, the two models have nice and big LCD screens on their backs (2.4-inch and 2.5-inch, again respectively, with a maximum of 640 x 480 video resolution), decent ISO and good resolutions (6.2 Mpixels for the C613 and 7.3 Mpixels for the C763.)

Each has four flash modes (anti red-eye, auto, fill in and no flash), USB 2.0 connections, self timers and good maximum/minimum resolutions (3072×2304 max for the C763, 2848×2134 for the C613.) The C763 can take 15 frames per second and runs off of a Lithium Ion batter while the C613 doubles it and requires two AAs. Unfortunately there isn’t any image stabilization but for this price point, slim …

Kodak EasyShare Z885 Zoom Digital Camera

Posted in Digital Cameras,Kodak by Reuben Drake on March 8th, 2007

Kodak EasyShare Z885 Zoom Digital CameraRecently announced by Kodak was the latest addition to its large line of digital cameras. The Kodak EasyShare Z885 Zoom Digital Camera boasts a high ISO that will allow users to take “great pictures in any lighting conditions.” Along with this, the EasyShare Z885 also has a 5x optical zoom and a high 8.1 mega-pixel resolution. It is also said that because these features are so easy to use, combined with 10 automatic smart scene modes, the number of stunning shots available to take is immeasurable.

Set for release in May, the EasyShare Z885 will sell with a retail price of $199.95.

Kodak Easyshare G600 Printer Dock

Posted in Digital Imaging,Kodak,Printers by Paul Patterson on December 22nd, 2006

Kodak Easyshare G600The Kodak Easyshare G600 Printer Dock is a portable printing solution that works with your Kodak camera to help you print high quality pictures anytime and anywhere. The new design measures 7.7″ x 4.0″ x 13.0″ and weighs 4.2 lbs making it small enough to take with you just in case you have an impromptu photo shoot.

You can print pictures in 60 seconds at the touch of a button or transfer your pictures to your computer with the included USB cable so you can keep on shooting. In addition, the printer will automatically charge your Kodak camera battery in 3.5 hours.

The printer creates waterproof, fingerprint-proof, stain-resistant, wipeable prints using Kodak XTRALIFE Lamination. The high capacity cartridge in the new G Series Photo Paper Kit is designed exclusively for the G600 to make up to 100 borderless 4 x 6 in. (10 x 15 …

Kodak EasyShare V705 Dual Lens Camera

Posted in Digital Cameras,Digital Imaging,Kodak by Darrin Olson on October 5th, 2006

Kodak EasyShare V705 Dual Lens
If you are a snapshot photographer like me, I can’t think of a feature set in a camera better than the new Kodak V705. An upgrade from the similar Kodak V570, the V705 has added a few upgrades including a 7.1 megapixel CCD. The Kodak V705 is a dual lens camera with dual sensor as well.
One thing I was surprised at is that this camera doesn’t have a dock. It is a Kodak Easyshare, but if you want to hook it up to a printer, there are some adapters or a plug in you can use. It’s not that inconvenient, but I just expected it to have a dock I guess. They have set the standard for us non-professional photographers, I guess. This camera does have a great big wide screen and 22 different scene modes, which is just great when you …