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It seems that Kodak always manages to make at least one splash in the digital camera market in a year's time. Last time, it was the first WiFi enabled digital camera, this time, it's the first dual lens point and shoot camera -- the Kodak EasyShare V570. With some nice retro styling, it's a definite eye-catcher. The dual lens set up provides one lens for an ultra-wide angle (equivalent to 23mm in a 35mm camera) and the other lens provides a 3x optical zoom from 39-117mm (35 mm equivalent).
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