Kodak Intros Two New Cameras
Kodak today announced two inexpensive cameras featuring image stabilization and the company\'s Smart Capture feature that automatically recognizes scene characteristics and adjust camera settings accordingly
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July 10, 2008 - Kodak today announced two inexpensive cameras featuring image stabilization and the company's Smart Capture feature that automatically recognizes scene characteristics and adjust camera settings accordingly. The Kodak EASYSHARE Z1015 IS is a 10-megapixel model with a 15x optical zoom lens starting at a wide 28mm. The company claims a click-to-capture speed of less than 0.22 seconds. Light sensitivity can be set all the way to ISO 6400, though this level is only available when shooting at 3.1 megapixels or less. Full manual control over aperture and shutter speed are available, along with program mode. List price for the Z1015 IS is $349.95, with shipments slated for September.
The other new camera is the M1093, a compact 10-megapixel point-and-shoot featuring a 3-inch LCD screen and a 3x zoom lens. Face detection is available along with HD video capture. This one is available in black, red and silver for fashion-conscious buyers ready to invest $199.95 when the camera ships in September.
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