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Kodak EasyShare C190

Ilse Jurriën : 2009-12-02 14:47:00
Kodak EasyShare C190 digital camera : Zoom in on life’s greatest moments with the Kodak EasyShare C190 digital camera. The Kodak C190’s Smart Capture feature will have you taking high-quality pictures with ease. And with 5x optical zoom, you’ll have the creative freedom you need to focus on everything from faces to flowers. The Kodak EasyShare C190 - giving you beautiful pictures at an attractive price. The Kodak AF optical zoom lens captures crisp details and zooms in close and captures long-distance shots. When the perfect picture taking opportunity arises, the Kodak C190 makes sure you’re ready with features like Smart Capture, blur reduction, face detection, and many others


Kodak EasyShare C182

Ilse Jurriën : 2009-12-02 14:46:00
Kodak EasyShare C182 digital camera : Share your world big and bright with the Kodak EasyShare C182 digital compact camera. The Kodak C182 provides a 3-inch TFT color display and 12 Megapixels resolution so you can see your life in every detail, all at a entry-level price. And with easy-to-use features like Smart Capture, taking good pictures with the Kodak EasyShare C182 is as easy as pushing a button. If you like a good value, you’ll love the Kodak C182. 12 Megapixels means you can make stunning prints up to 30x40 inch. More megapixels mean you can crop and enlarge and still have great picture quality. However you choose to print - at home, at retail, or online - trust Kodak for picture quality.


Kodak 3D camera

Mark Peters : 2009-11-04 10:56:11
Kodak EasyShare 3D digital camera : Insiders know well that it has been rumbling in the digital camera industry for the past few years. If we look back to the year 2001, we can count at least 30+ manufacturers that were actively developing digital cameras. Eight years later we can only count 19 camera manufacturers that are barely active. These are not only the B-brands, but also renowned camera brands such as Eastman Kodak Company has had setbacks, and are not outstanding camera manufacturers anymore. Recently Eastman Kodak Company presented figures which show that the camera-giant from the past has sold almost 50% less in the third quarter of the same period last year.


Kodak Micro Four Thirds camera

Mark Peters : 2009-10-29 23:55:00
Kodak to launch a Micro Four Thirds camera? : As the end of the year approaches fast, we sneak in a quick look at the year 2010. According to the tradition, the Consumer Electronics Show starts off the year with the introduction of several new digital cameras and camcorder. Kodak seems to be one of the manufacturers wanting to use this period to launch an entirely new type of Kodak EasyShare camera system. It is a known fact that Kodak belongs to the Four Thirds organization, but whether we can actually expect a Kodak Micro Four Thirds camera, remains to be seen. It would certainly surprise the camera industry highly. Besides, only Panasonic and Olympus are officially active members of the Micro Four Thirds organization.


Leica M9 utilizes Kodak sensor

Ilse Jurriën : 2009-09-10 13:40:00
Leica M9 utilizes Kodak CCD image sensor : The Kodak KAF-18500 Image Sensor was developed specifically for the newly announced Leica M9, the latest member in Leica’s legendary M-series of cameras. Enabling a new generation of features and capabilities for this Rangefinder camera, the Kodak sensor provides full-frame image capture, increased resolution, and improved image quality compared to the image sensor used in the previous generation Leica M8 camera. The Leica M9 is now the fourth Leica camera to utilize Kodak CCD Image Sensors, building on Kodak’s earlier support of the Leica Digital Module-R, the Leica M8 (Leica’s first digital Rangefinder camera), and the new Leica S2 camera.


Kodak Zi8 Pocket Video Camera

Ilse Jurriën : 2009-08-08 11:10:00
Kodak Zi8 pocket video camera : Eastman Kodak Company announce an exciting new addition to its popular line of digital video cameras - the Kodak Zi8 pocket video camera, featuring a sleek design, high-quality full 1080p High Definition video capture, and built-in electronic image stabilization. "Pictures and videos have tremendous power to help us stay connected to family and friends," says Phil Scott, Worldwide Director of Marketing, Digital Capture and Devices and Vice President, Consumer Digital Group. "The Kodak Zi8 video camera makes it easy to spontaneously capture HD video - of heartwarming moments, of 'can you believe that?' moments, and of just plain laugh-out-loud moments - and then quickly and easily share them.”


Kodak EasyShare software

Ilse Jurriën : 2009-08-08 11:05:00
Kodak EasyShare free software update : Eastman Kodak Company has released an updated free version of Kodak EasyShare Software, the leading consumer-preferred photo software application in the US. “Kodak has always been about helping people connect and share their daily experiences,” says Patti Smith, Worldwide Director, Product Marketing, Internet and Software Services. ”Consumers are especially eager to quickly share their pictures and videos on websites like Facebook and Kodak Gallery. Version 8.0 makes this easier and faster than ever, and in newer Kodak Digital Cameras, the software allows for seamless and automatic upload the moment you connect your camera to the computer.”


Kodak digital picture frame

Ilse Jurriën : 2009-08-08 11:00:00
Kodak EasyShare digital picture frame : Eastman Kodak Company unveils the new Kodak EasyShare D830 Digital Frame that enables consumers to enjoy and share stunning displays of their digital images within hundreds of traditional picture frames. "Millions of consumers around the world are using digital picture frames to share their digital images with family and friends, and make them a part of their daily lives," says Phil Scott, Worldwide Director of Marketing, Digital Capture and Devices and Vice President, Consumer Digital Group. The new Kodak EasyShare D830 Décor Series Digital Frames will be available from August 2009 for US$139 MSRP.






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