Kodak has always aimed its EasyShare cameras at beginning photographers, and the latest models the company announced at CES 2010 -- including the EasyShare M530 -- follow that line of thinking.
The two-toned EasyShare M530 gives beginning photographers an easy-to-use, point and shoot camera that carries basic photographic capabilities. The M530 has 12 megapixels of resolution, a 3X optical zoom lens, and a 2.7-inch LCD. It can shoot VGA-quality video at 30 frames per second.
The M530 includes an easy-to-use social-networking feature that allows you to "tag" pictures for automatic uploading to Facebook, Flickr, and other Web sites.
The M530 is available for sale now for a price of about $129.95. (Compare Prices) The camera has four body colors: Blue, carbon, green, and red (shown here), and each color of camera includes a black stripe that occupies about one-third of the front of the camera.
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