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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 Pops Out a Couple New Digital Cameras

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on January 6th, 2009

Kodak Z980

Kodak, besides the Zx1 pocket video camera announced at CES, also unveiled two other new digital cameras. These are the Z980, priced around $400 and available this spring, and the Easyshare M380, coming in March for around $180.

The Kodak Z980 is a little more of a big boy camera, sporting a a 26 mm wide angle, 24X image stabilized optical zoom lens and a vertical shutter release with detachable vertical grip. It supports HD picture and video camera and works with an optional Kodak zoom flash.

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.

T-Mobile gets Motorola ZN5 mobile phone

Posted in Motorola by Shane McGlaun on November 3rd, 2008

Motorola ZN5Motorola used to be one of the biggest companies in the mobile phone market thanks to its Razr handset. When the popularity of the Razr waned so did Motorola’s market share. Today Motorola is one of the firms fighting for the dollars of mobile phone shoppers everywhere.

Motorola and T-Mobile have announced a new handset called the Motozine ZN5. The ZN5 is most notable for its camera featuring Kodak technology. The camera is a 5MP unit with auto-focus and is optimized for low light conditions. It also features a built-in Xenon flash. Several capture and edit modes are offered including panorama, grayscale, sepia, negative and more.

Wireless Kodak printers save you $$ printing

Posted in Printers by Nino Marchetti on September 23rd, 2008

Kodak ESP 9

Kodak’s got itself a couple of new wireless all-in-one inkjet printers which reportedly offer the “lowest ink replacement cost in the industry.” These printers are the ESP 7 and ESP 9, priced around $200 and $300, respectively.

Kodak says these new printers will save you, the consumer, around $110 a year on ink, compared to “other leading consumer inkjet printers on the market.” This is done by combining “the latest in printing technology with affordable, premium-quality inks.” The ESP 7 and 9, for example, offer an intelligent paper tray system which automatically adjusts settings based on 4×6 or 5×7 sizes and estimates paper amounts on both trays.

Kodak digital photo frame offers interactive border

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Nino Marchetti on August 21st, 2008

Kodak EasyShare P520 Digital Frame

Kodak’s latest digital picture frame is one sporting a touch sensitive control for navigating images. It is called the EasyShare P520 Digital Frame and it prices around $80.

The P520, on sale in September, is built around its five-inch screen. Chief among features is the “Quick Touch Border,” a function which lets you navigate stored photos with a touch or slide of your finger. Memory is expandable via the SD slot and one can also plug in a USB stick for photo viewing. Two color-coordinated interchangeable mattes – red and sliver – and photo management software are also included.


New Kodak digital frames stream photos, Internet content

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Nino Marchetti on July 15th, 2008

Kodak EASYSHARE W1020 Wireless Digital Frame

Kodak is introducing some new wireless digital frames which are Internet-connected for display Web-based content. These new frames – the Kodak EASYSHARE W1020 and W820 Wireless Digital Frames – will be available later this year at a yet to be anounced price.

The  Kodak EASYSHARE W1020 and W820 Wireless Digital Frames allow consumers to wirelessly connect through the Internet to photo-sharing sites including Kodak Gallery and Flickr and Internet content manager FrameChannel. These 10- and 8-inch frames allow one to view photos from the selected photo sites, as well as letting one access through some 200 FrameChannel feeds the latest news, weather, traffic, sports scores and more.

New compact Kodak camera shoots for your wallet

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on July 14th, 2008

Kodak EASYSHARE M1093 IS Digital Camera

Kodak is debuting a new compact M-Series digital camera which offers image stabilization and enhanced picture taking automation among its features. It is called the Kodak EASYSHARE M1093 IS Digital Camera and you’ll find it pricing around $200.

The Kodak EASYSHARE M1093 IS Digital Camera is a 10-megapixel shooter sporting a KODAK RETINAR All-Glass Aspheric Lens, 3x optical zoom and 5x digital zoom. It offers as one of its most prevlant features Kodak’s Smart Capture technology, which the company says “instantly adjusts the camera settings to help ensure brilliant pictures in virtually any environment.”

Kodak adds 10-megapixel shooter to Z-Series cameras

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on July 11th, 2008

KODAK EASYSHARE Z1015 IS Digital Camera

Kodak has announced the introduction of a new 10-megapixel, “ultra zoom” digital camera to its Z-Series line up. The new Kodak EASYSHARE Z1015 IS Digital Camera will price at around $350.

The Kodak EASYSHARE Z1015 IS Digital Camera offers, among its key technologies, a 15X – SCHNEIDER- KREUZNACH VARIOGON Optical Zoom Lens with image stabilization, automatic adjustment of camera settings based upon a scene and an ISO setting of up to 6,400.

Kodak unveils HD media player for home theatre

Posted in Media Players by Nino Marchetti on July 10th, 2008

Kodak Theatre HD Player

Kodak surfaced today in the set-top box, media player space by unveiling its take on such a device. It is called the Kodak Theatre HD Player and pricing is said to be around $300.

The Kodak Theatre HD Player, like similar products, is designed to bring digital media content from your PC and other sources to your home media room. It offers high resolution as a viewing option, with still images shown at a 16:9 Aspect Ratio and videos at 720p. Connectivity is either wired or wireless.

Kodak Zi6 direct-to-YouTube camcorder

Posted in Camcorders by Conner Flynn on July 10th, 2008

Kodak Zi6 direct-to-YouTube camcorder
We’ve seen our share of direct to Youtube camcorders. Here’s the latest from Kodak. The Zi6 features 720p HD video and a 2.4-inch LCD.

It’s got a switch that lets you toggle between standard and macro focus distances and also features a flip-out USB connector. The connector button doubles up as a mirror for shooting your face. It’s 128MB of storage isn’t much, but it will take SD cards to increase it. The Kodak Zi6 is available in black and pink. Runs on 2 AA batteries or a USB connection. Kodak plans to ship the camcorder in September for $179.95.

Motozine ZN5 from Motorola and Kodak

Posted in Mobile Phones by Darrin Olson on June 23rd, 2008

Motorola MOTOZINE ZN5 from Motorola and KodakRumors of the Motozine from Motorola have been floating around for quite a while and the company today has finally made an official announcement for the new cameraphone. The Motozine ZN5 was created with a partnership with Motorola and Kodak to create a device that contains high-quality features of both a phone and a camera.

Kodak included a number of features on the camera-side of the mobile handset including a 5 mega-pixel sensor behind a sliding lens cover, Xenon flash, built-in integration with Kodak Gallery, on-phone image stitching capabilities to create large panoramic shots and an option 4GB of external storage.

New Kodak all-in-one printer looks cool, does typical jobs

Posted in Printers by Nino Marchetti on April 24th, 2008

Kodak ESP 5 All-In-One printer

Kodak today said it is readying a new all-in-one printer for distribution to consumer markets. It is known as the ESP 5 and it will price at around $170.

There’s nothing overly exciting about the ESP 5 from Kodak, though it does have somewhat of a cool design. It does your typical printing, scanning and copying and sports a three-inch display to let you view digital images loaded via its memory card slots and USB interface. You can on-board edit your images before printing them as well.

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.

Kodak adds new 10-megapixel digital camera

Posted in Digital Cameras by Nino Marchetti on January 31st, 2008

Kodak Easyshare Z1012 ISKodak is bringing into focus this week for consumers its latest Easyshare digital camera. This new model is called the Kodak Easyshare Z1012 IS and it will price at around $300.

The Kodak Easyshare Z1012 IS is a garden variety 10-megapixel shooter, sporting a compact design, 12x optical zoom and optical image stabilization. It has face detection technology and an ISO of up to 3200.

Kodak is going to release this camera in the first half of this year. You can get more details after the jump.