Kodak has added to its C and V-Series lines of Easyshare digital cameras with the V705 – the world’s smallest ultra-wide-angle digital camera – and the 8MP C875.
The Easyshare V705 camera gives you the ability to capture wide views with the world’s smallest ultra-wide-angle optical zoom digital camera. The camera also features Kodak Retina Dual Lens Technology, which means two 7MP sensors, along with anti-blur technology and Kodak Perfect Touch technology. There’s also 5X optical zoom range, with automatically adjustment when using one of the 22 scene and three colour modes. Expansive shots can also be captured with the panorama stitch mode – capturing up to 180 degrees with only 3 shots, along with VGA video (640 x 480) at 30fps with sound.
The 8MP Easyshare C875 features a 6.4 cm (2.5") colour display featuring a wide viewing angle, along with a 5X all glass Schneider-Kreuznach optical zoom lens, which should mean exceptional quality prints up to 76 x 102 cm (30" x 40"). A smart scene feature automatically selects the best scene mode and like the V705, Kodak’s Perfect Touch technology is on board, along with the ability to shoot VGA video at 30fps.
The Kodak Easyshire V705 camera will be available worldwide in September, priced around £280, while the Easyshare C875 camera will be available at end of August for around £230..
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