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!
Welcome to another installment of "Users speak out..." This time, we're going to take a look at the Canon Powershot S410. With an upcoming review from us, we thought you'd like to see what everyone else is saying.
Before we publish our full review of the Canon Powershot S410, we wanted to give you a little preview and let you know to check back within a few weeks for the full review. The Canon Powershot S410, an update of the S400, is a member of Canon's Digital Elph line. The camera can shoot up to 4 megapixels, and has a 3x optical zoom in the familiar Digital Elph body.
Canon has announced the Canon Powershot S2 IS. This successor to the Powershot S1 IS sports a 5.0 megapixel sensor, 12x optical zoom with Image Stabilization and a DIGIC II processor. The S2 IS will be available in June 2005 for an estimated street price of $499.
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