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Forecasters predict that Americans will buy more than 20,000,000 digital cameras in 2005. Kodak's product development and camera design staff should receive some serious kudos for making it easier than ever for amateur photographers to shoot like professionals. The Kodak EasyShare P880 provides almost the same level of creative capability as an entry level dSLR, but it's smaller, lighter, cheaper, and easier to use. The P880's outstanding wide-angle Schneider zoom, exemplary ease of use, and "best in class" image quality should move this camera to very near the top of the 8 megapixel prosumer digicam best seller list.
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