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Kodak announces Easyshare Touch, Mini and Sport Cameras, Playfull and Playsport Camcorders

Posted in Kodak by Conner Flynn on January 4th, 2011

Kodak just announced a bunch of new cameras and camcorders at CES. There’s the Easyshare Touch, Mini and Sport Cameras, along with their Playfull and Playsport Camcorders.

The Kodak Playfull camcorder features an ultraslim design with a 1080p capture mode and a share feature. Just press the “share” button and you can upload your video directly to YouTube or your favorite social network. All for $150.

Their next generation Playsport video camera is waterproof in up to ten feet of water, shockproof, dustproof and capable of recording video at 1080p, with five megapixel still images. Fear not, for this one also has a share button and will retail for about $180.

The new Kodak Easyshare Touch camera has a three-inch capacitive touchpanel, a dedicated video record button, a 14 megapixel …

Kodak unveils PYNK Smart Print System

Posted in Kodak by Conner Flynn on September 20th, 2010

Kodak has introduced its new Kodak PYNK Smart Print System, which is touted as a new concept in premium photo products. It allows users to easily create professional-looking framed collages in just seconds at any PYNK Ready Kodak Picture Kiosk without having to worry about cropping, cutting, or the layout.

All you have to do is bring your pictures or prints to the store, select a PYNK Smart Print Ready product, enter the six-digit PYNK product ID and watch the picture printed to fit the product. Photos can be automatically cropped, sized, arranged, and printed on a single sheet to fit the frame, so users can just slip the printed photo into the frame and that’s it.

Kodak Playtouch camcorder and EasyShare M590

Posted in Kodak by Conner Flynn on August 23rd, 2010

Kodak has unveiled a good looking new Playtouch pocket camcorder that records video at 1080p. The device also sports a SDHC card slot for storage and a 3 inch capacitive touch screen that comes in handy for editing images.

Some other features include easy USB data transfer, an HDMI port and a dedicated button to share stuff over the Internet via Youtube and Facebook. Kodak also announced the EasyShare M590 that features a 2.7 inch LCD screen, image stabilization, face recognition, HD video capture, microSD card support, Share button and a 5x optical zoom.

Kodak EasyShare D1026 digital picture frame

Posted in Kodak by Conner Flynn on August 23rd, 2010

Kodak has just released the EasyShare D1026 digital picture frame, which makes it super easy to add images and share them with those around you. The 10.4 inch display will display images in the 4:3 aspect ratio (800×600) in JPEG and EXIF formats.

This frame also has 512 MB of memory, with memory expansion via SDHC/MMC/SD/XP-Picture/memory stick or a USB flash drive. It is designed to look more like a traditional picture frame, so it can go anywhere.

Kodak Easyshare M580 digital cam debuts

Posted in Kodak by Shane McGlaun on March 17th, 2010

Some people just can’t figure out digital cameras. My mom is a perfect example, she took tons of pictures back when film cameras were the thing to use and now that digitals have come about she can’t recall how to press a shutter button and simply can’t fathom moving images from the camera to the PC.

She is the sort of person Kodak created the Easyshare M580 digital camera for. The camera has a 14MP sensor and uses a 28mm wide-angle lens with 8x optical zoom. The lens has image stabilization tech for clear mages and the camera can record 720p HD video.

Kodak PULSE Digital Photo Frame available for pre-order

Posted in Kodak by Conner Flynn on February 22nd, 2010

Kodak’s WiFi-enabled digital photo frame, the PULSE is now available for pre-order over at Amazon for $129.95.

The portable frame features a 7-inch 800 x 600 LED-backlight touchscreen display, 512MB of internal memory (good for up to 4,000 pictures. If you have more than that, then stop taking pictures), two memory card slots (SD/SDHC, MMC, Memory Stick, MS PRO Duo, xD), a USB interface and WiFi. This is all assuming that you like displaying pictures of women eating cake.

Kodak’s 14 MP Slice touchscreen camera, Pulse digiframe and Playsport Camcorder

Posted in Kodak by Conner Flynn on January 6th, 2010

Kodak was busy showing off some new products at CES. The first is the ‘Slice’ touchscreen camera, which comes with a 3.5 inch rear display, 5x optical zoom, 14mp sensor, image stabilization, and 30fps 720p video capture. It can take up to 5000 images and also sports a new direct-tag feature.

The Pulse digital photo frame features Wi-fi, 512 MB storage and a 7 inch display to view images at 800×600 pixels. Then there’s the Playsport Camcorder, which is rugged enough to endure some extreme situations. It supports HD recording, has a 2 inch LCD, 5 MP still shots, smart face tracking and SD/SDHC card slots. It also has a HDMI output and supports USB.

Kodak sells OLED business to LG

Posted in Kodak by Shane McGlaun on December 7th, 2009

kodak-logoOLED screens are widely used in all sorts of products from mobile phones to digital picture frames and even TVs. The OLED screen uses less power and offers better colors making it a popular technology. Kodak and LG tied up in an agreement earlier this year that had Kodak providing OLED screens for LG products.

Last week Kodak announced that it would be selling its entire OLED business and all related assets to LG. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. Kodak says the sale will let it tighten its focus and strengthen its financials.

Kodak unveils EasyShare Z950 camera

Posted in Kodak by Shane McGlaun on July 30th, 2009

kodakz950Kodak has been in the camera and film business for more years than most of us have been alive. The company makes a full line of digital cameras, film, and other electronic products like camcorders and digital frames today.

The company has announced a new digital camera that will ship in August for $279.99 called the EasyShare Z950. The camera uses a 10x zoom lens with optical image stabilization. The camera also uses Kodak’s Smart Capture feature.

Kodak Theatre HD Player with motion-sensitive remote

Posted in Kodak by Conner Flynn on July 29th, 2009

Kodak Theatre HD Player with motion-sensitive remoteHot on the heels of their Zi8 HD camcorder, the company has also announced a new media-adapter, the Kodak Theatre HD Player. It’s designed to plug directly into your HDTV with your home network, via WiFi or ethernet.

The Theatre HD Player does what you might expect, it can display images, video, music and web content. It includes a “point and play” remote, a motion-sensitive controller that acts like a mouse but you won’t need a flat surface.

Kodak announces battery powered digital photo frame

Posted in Kodak by Shane McGlaun on June 22nd, 2009

kodaklogo-sbI am a big fan of digital photo frames and we have several of them around our house. I have seen several portable frames over the years with small screens and batteries that allow people to carry photos with them on the go to show off.

Kodak has announced a new portable battery powered digital photo frame called the S730. The frame isn’t really intended to go on the road with you, but to allow you to unplug the device and pass it around at family functions.

Kodak Zx1 pocket size video camera

Posted in Kodak by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2009

Kodak Zx1 pocket size video cameraIf you are looking for a pocket-sized video camera, chances are you’ll want to check out the Kodak Zx1, which will be released in April 2009. This model is priced at $150. What you get is a weather-resistant video camera that offers high definition recording at 720p at 60 fps.

Other features include SD/SDHC memory card slot (up to 32GB), HDMI output, a 2 inch LCD display and remote control compatible. Available in black, red, pink, blue and yellow, the Zx1 can even capture video in low-light conditions. It’s better looking and more rugged then it’s predecessor, the Zi6.

Kodak announces new 8-inch and 10-inch digital photo frames

Posted in Kodak by Shane McGlaun on March 27th, 2008

Kodak M1020 Digital FrameSince I have two young kids I tend to take lots of digital pictures. For the most part the pictures sit around on my memory card until it gets full and I copy them to a folder on my hard drive. Recently I have started getting digital photo frames and actually displaying the digital photos that usually just sit there and do nothing.

Kodak introduced a couple new digital picture frames today called the M820 and the M1020. The M820 is an 8-inch frame and the M1020 is a 10-inch frame. Both share the same features including 16:9 aspect ratio, 128 MB of internal memory and built-in speakers to play MP3 tunes. Card readers are built-in that allow direct connecting of CF, SD, MMC, xD, and MS.

EasyShare Z812 IS shows Kodak isn’t DOA quite yet

Posted in Digital Cameras,Kodak by Nino Marchetti on August 30th, 2007

Kodak EasyShare Z812 ISKodak has unveiled a small army of new digital imaging products for the consumer market, including three digital cameras, a HD television dock and a digital picture frame. One of the more interesting items from this lime up is the EasyShare Z812 IS zoom digital camera.

The Kodak EasyShare Z812 IS, priced at around $300 and available now, offers up eight-megapixels of resolution and a SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH 12x optical zoom lens. It is capable of capturing still images (16:9 aspect ratio) and video (720p at 30fps). You’ll also find this camera sports features like optical image stabilization and ISO settings up to 3200.

Kodak EasyShare C513

Posted in Digital Cameras,Kodak by Darrin Olson on July 24th, 2007

Kodak EasyShare C513 digital cameraToday Kodak announced its first Easyshare camera that utilizes the companies new KAC-05011 CMOS image sensor. The Easyshare C513 is a point-and-shoot model targeting the entry-level camera buyer. What really makes this camera stand out aside from the new, higher quality CMOS sensor is the price tag. At a mere $99 the novice photographer can get a 5 megapixel camera that helps them take high quality photos with minimal shooting experience.

Digital cameras with CMOS sensors have traditionally been a little cheaper than those with CCD as they cost a little less to make but also didn’t have the image quality you would find with a CCD. This new CMOS image sensor from Kodak promises to provide an affordable digital camera without skimping on the picture quality or the functionality of the actual camera.

The C513 also has 3x optical zoom, digital stabilization, can capture …


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