Kodak EasyShare Z950
Headlining Kodak’s announcement today is the EasyShare Z950, an addition to their ultrazoom Z series touting a 10x Schneider-Kreuznach lens with an equivalent focal length of 35-350mm. This lens is backed up by a 12 megapixel sensor and a 3.0 inch LCD.
Kodak has also outfitted the EasyShare Z950 with 720p HD video capture at 30 fps, ISO sensitivity up to 3200, and their Smart Capture automatic scene selection shooting mode. The Schneider-Kreuznach lens will offer optical image stabilization.
It’s available and in stock now at Kodak’s online store for $279.95.
Kodak EasyShare M381
The Kodak EasyShare M381, one of two new additions to the slim M series today, features a 12.4 megapixel sensor and a 5x optical zoom lens with an equivalent focal length of 35-175mm. On the back panel, you’ll find the same 3.0 inch LCD as on the Z950. It’s a lithium-ion powered ultra-compact and will record VGA quality video at 30 fps. Shooting modes include Smart Capture and program auto.
The EasyShare M381 will be introduced in September with a price of $189.95.
Kodak EasyShare M341
Bearing many similarities to the M381, the Kodak EasyShare M341 offers a few less features with a slightly smaller price tag. It’s equipped with the same 12 megapixel sensor but features a 3x optical zoom lens with an equivalent range of 35-105mm. The lower price also means a slightly smaller 2.7 inch LCD.
Kodak’s online store lists the price at $159.99 with an expected availability sometime in September.