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New Kodak EasyShare M522 14 MP Digital Camera with 4x Optical Zoom and 2.7-Inch LCD

Share your fun simply. With its 4X wide-angle lens, this hot little camera from Kodak makes it simple to capture all the fun. Then press the Share button to upload your shots to your favorite sharing sites. Just press to impress.

Meet the Kodak EasyShare Camera / M522—the hot little camera from Kodak with a big thing for sharing. Three simple steps are all it takes to share your world—from your craziest shot of the gang to your most epic travel adventures. Just press the Share button and choose where you want to share. Once you connect to your PC, your beautiful high-resolution pictures will automatically upload to e-mail and Kodak Pulse Display or upload to Kodak Gallery,2 Facebook, Twitter, FLICKR, YouTube, ORKUT, YANDEX, and KAIXIN001 Sites.3 After all, the good times only get better when you share. Just press to impress.

Beautiful pictures, more often—automatically with Kodak's Smart Capture feature

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Choose the camera that does the thinking for you. Kodak's innovative Smart Capture feature automatically identifies the scene and adjusts camera settings for a great picture in just about any environment.
    •    Intelligent scene detection—analyzes the scene to give you better pictures under various conditions
    •    Intelligent capture control—automatically sets camera settings for clear, sharp pictures even in low light and challenging situations
    •    Intelligent image processing—reduces noise and clears up dark shadows for vibrant, crisp details and true-to-life colors

Amazing HD quality pictures

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    •    Take stunning HD pictures in 16:9 format
    •    View your pictures in high definition on an HDTV or other HD devices

Price: $99.95

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Price
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Contact
Mitsubishi Electric; www.mitsubishielectric.co.uk www.mitsubishi-imaging.com
Needs
Mac OS X 10.5 or Windows XP later
Pros
Print quality, job times, low media costs, durability, build, noise levels
Cons
Noise levels, paper handling niggles, colour profile on request



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Introduction


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