The Kodak Z981 is a 14-megapixel superzoom camera that offers the ability to capture RAW format images throughout its impressive 26-676mm (equivalent) zoom range.
So how does the Z981 stack up amongst other superzoom cameras? Read on to find out. [click to continue…]
The Kodak Z950 is a 12MP point and shoot camera with a 10x optical zoom. It has built-in optical image stabilization and features a large 3-inch LCD. What surprises me about the Z950 is the number of features and amount of control available in a camera at a price point around $200. [click to continue…]
At CES 2010 today, Kodak has introduced 3 new cameras – the Kodak Slice Touchscreen camera, Kodak Easyshare M580 and Kodak Playsport video camera.
As the name implies, the Slice is a touchscreen and it can store up to 5,000 in its internal memory. The Slice features a 3.5″ display, 14MP and a 5x optical zoom and carries an initial retail price of $349.95. The Kodak Slice Touchscreen camera should be available in April 2010. Check availability on Amazon.com.
The Kodak M580 features a 14MP sensor and 8x optical zoom. With the M580, you can tag photos for emailing and sharing online while still on the camera. When you connect the M580 to your computer with an Internet connection, press the Share button and it will automatically upload the files that you flagged. The M580 carries an initial retail price of $199.95 and should be available in April 2010. Check availability on Amazon.com.
The Kodak Playsport video camera shoots 1080p video and 5MP still frames. It can be submerged in water that is 10 feet deep. It has a 2-inch display and records to SD/SDHC cards up to 32GB in size for up to 10 hours of HD video on one card. The Playsport carries an initial retail price of $149.95 and should be available in April 2010. Check availability on Amazon.com.
More details and images in the press release below. [click to continue…]
The Kodak Zi8 is a pocket video camera capable of capturing 1080p video. Competing with the Flip series of video cameras (Flip MinoHD Review), the Zi8 offers expandable media in the form of an SD card slot, which will accept up to 32GB cards and, as a result, can capture up to 10 hours of video on a single card. The Zi8 also features a 2.5-inch LCD and can instantly upload video to YouTube and Facebook.
The Kodak Zi8 should be available in September 2009 at an initial retail price of $179.95.
Check availability on Amazon.com.
More details in the press release below. [click to continue…]