When it comes to digital photography, Kodak is all about making things easy. Kodak's announcement of five new cameras at CES continues that trend, along with a new printer and digital photo frame.
- EasyShare M530 camera. The M530 ($129.99 MSRP) is a basic model, with a 3X optical zoom lens.
- EasyShare M550 camera. Look for the M550 ($149.95 MSRP) in some interesting colors, including green, purple, and tan.
- EasyShare M575 camera. The M575 ($179.95 MSRP) includes a 3-inch LCD and 14 megapixels of resolution.
- EasyShare M580 camera. The M580 has a built-in HDMI connector, an 8X optical zoom lens, and 14 megapixels of resolution, all for an MSRP of $199.95.
- Slice camera. The Kodak Slice (pictured here, $349.95 MSRP) carries a handy touch screen LCD that measures 3.5 inches, and it allows you to store photos in internal memory as a personal photo album.
- Pulse digital frame. The Pulse ($129.99 MSRP) includes WiFi connectivity, and it has its own e-mail address, allowing easy uploading of photos with a 7-inch LCD screen.
- Kodak ESP 7250 printer. You can print photos with your cell phone and other WiFi enabled devices with the ESP 7250 (MSRP $199.99)
Kodak expects to begin selling most of these products in April, although the M530 should be available in February. Few cameras are as easy to use as Kodak's EasyShare family of cameras, and it's nice to see beginning photographers having so many new options in the coming months. I'll have more detailed information on these Kodak photography products in my blog in the next few weeks.
Photo courtesy Kodak