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Kodak Announce New Easyshare Max Camera with 30x Optical Zoom

We didn't see this one coming, Kodak have surprised us with a new EASYSHARE MAX Camera. It comes jammed full of features including 30x optical zoom, 12 megapixel backside illuminated sensor, 3 inch HGVLA LCD and EVF plus 1080p video recording.

And thanks to Kodak’s Share button and the world’s only digital cameras with 3-step sharing[1], sharing those shots is simple. Just press Share to e-mail to friends and to KODAK PULSE Display or upload to KODAK Gallery[2], FACEBOOK, TWITTER, YouTube, FLICKR, ORKUT, YANDEX, and KAIXIN001 sites[3].

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Product Specifications

Standard features

12 MP BSI CMOS

30X SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH VARIOGON Optical Zoom Lens

3.0 in. HVGA high-resolution LCD

Face Recognition

Smart Capture

 

Expected Availability

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March 9, 2011

Lens

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The 30X SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH VARIOGON Optical Zoom Lens (35 mm equivalent: 28–676 mm) zooms in faster and closer than ever to deliver crisp, steady shots for extraordinary creative performance.

Fast f/2.8 28 mm wide-angle lens

Capture dramatic shots in tight quarters or in front of spectacular landscapes.

Optical image stabilization

    •    Capture sharp, steady shots when shooting at long zoom ranges
    •    Image stabilization automatically minimizes camera shake to deliver crisp pictures

Get in on the action without delay

Capture that challenging action shot with fast, click-to-capture speed and auto focus.

High ISO mode

    •    Capture the details in low-light conditions and fast-action situations with a powerful, high ISO (up to 12,800[11])
    •    Faster shutter speeds mean you can capture scenes in low light and fast action

Expected price: $329.95

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