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Kodak EasyShare M750

Written by  // 28 August 2012 //
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Fancy taking photos on the fly and then uploading them to your preferred list of social networks? Good thing, then, that Kodak has your best interests at heart. Announced at this year's CES extravaganza, the company's showing off two of its newest connected imaging devices -- the Kodak Playfull Dual Camera and Easyshare M750. The compact Playfull has a 12MP camera capable of full HD 1080p video capture at 60fps, with an accompanying Xenon flash and a port for an external mic. But those specs aren't the camera's real draw -- that'd be it's built-in WiFi ability. Using the Share Button, users can instantly upload photos and video to YouTube, Kodak's own Gallery, as well as Facebook. The company's more traditional looking point-and-shoot refresh, the Easyshare M750, touts a 16MP module, 3-inch capacitive touchscreen, a RETINAR HD 5x zoom lens and a similar capability to share content wirelessly via an available network or through an installable app on iOS, Android and BlackBerry. When it launches later this spring it'll retail for around $170 and come in a smattering of colors, like silver, teal blue and red. As for the Playfull, well, nothing's quite been announced on it yet, but that could all very well change this week. Check out the official pressers after the break.

Additional Info

  • Header: Header
  • Body type : Compact
  • Effective pixels: 16.0 megapixels
  • Sensor size: 1/2.3
  • Sensor type : CCD
  • ISO: Auto, 80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600
  • Custom white balance: No
  • Uncompressed format: No
  • Focal length: 26 – 130 mm
  • Optical zoom :
  • Autofocus: •Contrast Detect (sensor) •Single •Live View
  • Digital zoom: Yes
  • Manual focus: No
  • Touch screen: Yes
  • Maximum aperture : F3.0
  • Release date: Friday, 30 September 2011
  • Price: 260
  • Max resolution: 4608 x 2456
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