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As the first wireless-enabled point and shoot camera to hit the shelves, the Kodak EasyShare One has some high expectations to live up to. With a retail price just under the $600 mark, is the EasyShare One so amazing that it's a good buy? It definitely has novelty "value" and will be a conversation piece, but does the wireless function well and is it a good camera? After spending a few weeks with it, I hope I can answer some of those questions out there.
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