Kodak has announced the new V Series of cameras. The Kodak EasyShare V550 and Kodak EasyShare V530 are smaller than a deck of playing cards and available in multiple colors, "designed for trendsetters who seek high-style, compact personal electronics that combine phenomenal quality, performance and simplicity."
HP and Gwen Stefani have announced the availability of a limited edition Harajuku Lovers HP Photosmart R607. Only 3,000 of this gem will be produced. The camera is custom designed - "styled in turquoise and white with maroon-colored accents, including hearts and Japanese kanji and katakana characters." The camera will be available for $249.
Olympus has announced the Olympus Stylus 800. This sleek camera comes in a glossy dark blue or silver weatherproof body. This camera can capture 8 megapixel images, includes a 3x optical zoom with 5x digital zoom (for a total of 15x zoom). Olympus has included some other great features, including a 2.5 inch HyperCrystal LCD, Bright Capture Technology for better low-light image capture and viewing, and built in help guide as well as the ability to shoot in 24 different modes.
Pentax has announced the introduction of three new digital cameras to the Optio line of compact point-and-shoot cameras. The Pentax Optio S5z, Optio S45 and Optio S55 will be shipping to dealers in June 2005.
Konica Minolta has announced the latest camera in their "X"-series, the Konica Minolta DiMAGE X60. Boasting the quicket start up time in its class (3x optical zoom cameras as of April 2005), the X60 is sure to garner some attention.
With the attention from yesterday's announcement of the new cameras in the C-series, people are noticing that Kodak has added a new camera to the "Z" lineup. The Kodak EasyShare Z760 is a recent addition to the Kodak web site. The Z760 has an MSRP of $329.95 and will be available in May in select retailers and geographies.
The newly announced Kodak EasyShare C360, Kodak EasyShare C330 and Kodak EasyShare C310 digital cameras will join the previously announced EasyShare C340 and EasyShare C300 in Kodak's line-up. The cameras will be available as stand alone cameras or bundled with a printer for a whole solution in one box. The Kodak bundles allow the user to place the camera on the dock, press one button and get a printed image in as little as 90 seconds.
From art to action, the Kodak Easyshare Z700 can do it all: Stay tuned to DigitalCameraReview.com for a full review within a few weeks!
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