Kodak introduces the Easyshare Z915

Kodak's new Easyshare Z915 is defiantly average in every area but one – its zoom. Zoom is often overlooked in favour of megapixels when it comes to cameras, but Kodak has managed to cram in a 10X image stabilised optical zoom into this model.

Aside from the zoom, there's a 10-megapixel sensor, a 2.5" LCD, and an SD card slot. It takes AA batteries, strangely, unlike the onboard rechargable which is more standard these days. There's also some sort of light analysis system that'll auto-adjust camera settings to deliver the best picture.

It's available in red, blue, black and grey, costs £180, and will be available in May.

CES 2008: Kodak's new digital cameras, including touchscreen EasyShare V1273

You’d be forgiven for turning your nose up at the thought of a Kodak digital camera, but honestly, they usually fair better in reviews than a lot of the other big name brands. Adding to their already volumous collection, there’s the EasyShare V1273, a 12-megapixel camera with 3x optical zoom, and 3″ LCD touchscreen, pictured.

Then, there’s the EasyShare M1033, a 10-megapixel camera with the usual 3x optical zoom plus 3″ LCD screen, an EasyShare…