News Photokina 2010 - Kodak unveils its newest addition to its EasyShare camera portfolio. Like the Kodak EasyShare M530 the new Kodak EasyShare M531 digital camera is designed to make sharing pictures and videos to sites like Facebook, Kodak Gallery, Flickr and YouTube - or to an e-mail address - as simple as pressing one button on the EasyShare camera. Picture this - you’re letting loose at a trendy hot spot with friends, snapping pictures so amazing you’ll want to share them online as soon as you get home. Any other digital camera would slow you down. But not the new Kodak EasyShare digital camera. Kodak’s Share button lets you tag pictures directly from your Kodak EasyShare camera.
News Photokina 2010 - The Kodak EasyShare Z981 megazoom camera is where creativity and versatility come together. The Kodak Z981 camera zooms in faster, wider, and closer than ever, giving you sharp, steady shots you’ll be proud to share. Kodak’s Share button lets you tag pictures directly from your camera for uploading to YouTube, Facebook, Flickr, and Kodak Gallery sites, plus e-mail too. And its unique vertical shutter release and detachable grip give you the flexibility to go from horizontal to vertical shots with ease. From dramatic wide angles to the convenience of ultra-zoom, the Kodak EasyShare Z981 megazoom camera delivers extraordinary performance. The new Kodak camera runs on Ni-MH rechargeable batteries.
News Photokina 2010 - Kodak unveils the new Kodak EasyShare C195 budget digital camera. Zoom in on life’s greatest moments and share them quickly and easily with the Kodak C195 digital camera. With 5x optical zoom and Kodak’s Smart Capture feature, you’ll be shooting top- notch pictures with ease. And, when you press Kodak’s Share button, you can instantly tag and then share those pictures with the world. The Kodak EasyShare C195 compact camera - giving you beautiful pictures to share at an attractive price. With the Share button and Kodak's Share button app, sharing your pictures is amazingly simple. Press the Share button and tag it to Kodak Gallery, YouTube, Facebook, Flickr and Orkut sites, plus e-mail too.
News Photokina 2010 - Kodak introduced a new budget digital camera, the Kodak EasyShare C183. Share your world big and bright with the Kodak C183 compact camera. Now sharing your life in amazing detail is as simple as pressing a button. And with Kodak’s Smart Capture feature, you’ll be proud to show off your memories to the world. If you like taking pictures, you’ll love sharing them even more with the Kodak EasyShare C183 budget camera. The real Kodak moment happens when you share your memories. With the dedicated Share button and Kodak’s Share button App, sharing your pictures is amazingly simple. Press the Share button and tag it to Kodak Gallery, YouTube, Facebook, Flickr, and Orkut sites, plus e-mail too.
News Photokina 2010 - Looking for a budget camera that makes sharing your pictures as simple as 1, 2, 3? Then you’ll love the new Kodak EasyShare C143 digital camera. Uploading your pictures is now quick and easy thanks to Kodak’s Share button. And because it’s from Kodak, your memories will be as vivid as the moment they happened. If you want an affordable camera you’ll feel good about, look to the name you know and trust. Whether it’s for you, or a gift for someone else, the new Kodak EasyShare camera is perfect for sharing your memories. The Kodak EasyShare C143 budget digital camera offers 12 Megapixels resolution so you can make stunning prints up to 76 x 102 cm.
Photokina 2010 Report - Kodak introduces the new Kodak EasyShare M590 digital camera, the ultimate social networking accessory for people who love to share their digital pictures. With Kodak's exclusive Share Button, consumers can tag pictures and videos directly on the digital camera for effortless uploading to popular social networking sites including Facebook, Kodak Gallery, Flickr, Orkut, and YouTube. The new Kodak EasyShare M590 digital camera will be available this fall for US $199.95 and will be sold in silver, red, purple and blue.
If you are well acquainted with the imaging world, you likely remember the enormously huge hall Kodak used to claim for its company to showcase and introduce the Kodak assortment. This is hard to imagine after visiting the Photokina 2008. The old Kodak is no longer today's Kodak. That is to say, Kodak doesn't seem to be that prominently present in the field of consumer electronics, and the Kodak booth seems to confirm this. There is a line-up of the digital compact cameras on the counter; waiting for visitors, however, the digital photo frames seems to have taken over. These frames stem from a long generation of digital photo frames of which these recent frames benefit since they are packed with all sorts of technical novelties.
When passing by numerous stands at the Photokina Fair, a new Kodak digital camera just came in at the Kodak booth. The Kodak EasyShare Z1485 IS compact camera will boost 14 megapixel of resolution, featuring a 5x optical zoom lens with Image Stabilizer. The optical image stabilizer automatically minimizes camera shake to deliver sharper pictures. Furthermore, the Kodak Z1485 IS lets users capture details in low light conditions and fast action situations with high ISO up to 6400. With the Kodak Z1485 IS users are able to shoot pictures full automatic, in the program mode, but also manually. In the manual mode users can choose both the aperture and shutter speed.