Kodak traditionally makes a big noise at CES (last year it unveiled the world’s first Wi-Fi snapper) and this year is no different. It has announced a worldwide launch for its innovative V570 digital zoom camera. The big selling point for this five mega pixel camera is that it is the first to feature a dual lens system. Users get to choose between an ultra-wide angle lens (23 mm) and an optical zoom lens (39 – 117 mm) depending on what type of pictures they are taking. The cool bit is that the camera apparently seamlessly flits between the two lenses. The camera also sports a 2.5inch LD monitor and 22 pre-programmed scene modes. It goes on sale in the UK later this month for £300.