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From art to action the Kodak Easyshare Z700 can do it all, BUT... The Eastman Kodak Company introduced the world's very first consumer camera way back in 1888. Ever since that first "Brownie" box camera, Kodak has been a leader in the photography industry. When the digital imaging revolution started Kodak was heavily involved in the development of professional digital imaging tools, but somebody in Rochester was asleep at the wheel when the big consumer changeover from film to digital started in the late 90's. Kodak may have been late getting started, but they've caught up nicely. Cost conscious consumers consistently rank Kodak digicams near the top in customer satisfaction surveys and Kodak's new EasyShare Z700 is likely to continue that winning tradition.
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