Kodak has been quick off the mark at CES this year, announcing three big new digital cameras, and a bunch of others. Pick of the bunch is the EasyShare V1273, which is a 12-megapixel cam (pictured above) with 3x optical zoom and a three-inch touchscreen. The V-Series range also gets another new model, the EasyShare V1073, but it’s not worth more than a mention on the Kodak CES press release.
Meanwhile, the EasyShare M1033 is a 10-megapixel camera with 3x optical zoom and a three-inch LCD screen, while the EasyShare Z1085 is a 10-megapixel cam with 5x optical zoom and optical image stabilisation. Other new M-Series cams include the EasyShare M763, M863 and M893, while the Z-Series is bolstered by the EasyShare Z1285 and Z8612.
Kodak is touting all three lead models as HD-capable, shooting photos and videos in high-definition, which you can then playback on a TV using Kodak’s EasyShare HDTV dock. The V-Series cameras will cost $199.95-$279.95, the Z-Series cams will cost $199.95-$299.95, and the M-Series range will cost $129.95-$199.95.
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