Kodak unveiled today three new additions to their point-and-shoot lineup. The Kodak EasyShare Z950 boasts a 10x optically stabilized lens. The EasyShare M381 and M341 each offer a 12 megapixel sensor with a slim, pocketable form-factor. Read on for more specs and details on the fresh new faces of Kodak's Z and M series cameras.
Kodak has significantly restyled its Z series of ultrazooms with the launch of the Kodak EasyShare Z915. Announced in conjunction with PMA 2009, the Z915 seems to provide some impressive technologies - including an optically stabilized 10x zoom lens - at a very attractive price point under $200.
Kodak is ready to re-enter the zoom length arms race with the official unveiling of its Z980 ultrazoom - a DSLR-styled camera with a stunning 24x wide-angle lens.
Several sites reported earlier today that Kodak was preparing to launch a new 24x ultrazoom at CES, and Engadget has followed up on those rumors this afternoon with a press release, dated January 8, that seems to confirm the existence of the Kodak EasyShare Z980.
In a digicam market that has long been driven by hobbyist photographers, the number of casual snapshooters is on the rise. That's the basic contention of a new market study from research firm InfoTrends.
Kodak is presenting several unique photographic perspectives on the ongoing 2008 Olympics in Beijing on a new section of its website devoted entirely to the games.
Forget printing photos: Kodak's latest drugstore kiosk can now create entire bound photo albums in a matter of minutes.
With the typical lack of fanfare that has become their signature, Kodak quietly added two new flagship cameras to their website this week.
Kodak's U.K. division announced a breakthrough in sensor development yesterday with the company's introduction of a 50 megapixel CCD imager.
The Kodak EasyShare Z1012 IS packs a long zoom, plenty of resolution, and SLR-like styling. So what's not to like?
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