Kodak today announces three new digital compact cameras. Featuring the company's Share Button, Kodak offers 3-step sharing for emailing your pictures to friends and upload them to popular social networking sites including FACEBOOK, TWITTER, YOUTUBE, KODAK Gallery, FLICKR, and ORKUT, YANDEX and KAIXIN001. The Kodak Easyshare Touch model features a 14 Megapixels sensor, 3-inch capacitive touch screen and a dedicated video record button that makes it simple to take 720p HD video that users can edit and share right on the camera. With 14 megapixels and a 5x wide-angle zoom lens, the camera comes with an HDMI connector for HDTV connectivity. The Easyshare Touch model is priced at $149.95. The second model is the 10 Megapixels Kodak Easyshare Mini which is Kodak's smallest camera to date, and comes with 3x optical zoom, a front mirror and a 2.5-inch rear screen. The Easyshare Mini is priced at $99.95. The third model is the 12 Megapixels Kodak Easyshare Sport is Kodak's first waterproof still camera and it comes with 2.4-inch LCD, Kodak's Smart Capture feature, multiple scene and color modes to have more fun with your pictures, and video. It will be available in white, grey, red, yellow and blue and priced at $79.95.
Kodak Easyshare Sport Camera Reviews Roundup
|CNET UK: "When shooting in brighter conditions, such as the grassy hillside seen below, the EasyShare Sport had a tendency to fudge middle- and far-range detail. When zoomed to 100%, the well-illuminated grass looks like it's been smeared, with much of its texture lost in a general green spread. Further back, detail is also lost in the trees that fill the valley. Its performance was underwhelming, too, in our internal still-l..." - Nov 23 2011 More »|
|Digital Camera Info: "Kodak, sadly, is in the midst of a decline. Either that or a "turnaround", depending on how much of the shareholder meetings and marketing rhetoric you believe. The company that practically invented amateur photography has been forced to drastically alter its overall strategy in the past decade or so, with an increasing focus on the acquisition of patents, while its consumer imaging products continually fa..." - Oct 07 2011 More »||N/A|
|ePhotoZine: "When shooting without any zoom, image detail is OK but there is no optical zoom, the zoom is just digital, therefore a cropped version of the wide-angle image. It is impossible to shoot close up to anything so there are no macro sample shots to view. Images produced are well exposed and colour reproduction is also good but there are signs of vignetting. Noise is evident in the images at the lowest setting of ISO80,..." - Oct 05 2011 More »|
|digitalcameraHQ: "This Sport does best in bright outdoor lighting, snapping pretty decent shots considering the price. It'll still crank out an ugly, unfocused shot from time to time, though (check out the blurry flowers below), and it can also be inconsistent with exposure, randomly overexposing one shot and then underexposing the next. Colors pop out, but not necessarily in a good way. The greens appeared lighter than in reality, t..." - Jul 15 2011 More »|
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