New Kodak EasyShare M532 14 MP Digital Camera with 4x Optical Zoom and 2.7-Inch LCD

This sleek little camera has a wide-angle lens for capturing stunning pictures of all your friends and a dedicated HD video button to capture their best moves. Then press the Share button for effortless sharing that will put a smile on everyones face. Just press to impress.
Light up your social life with the sleek Kodak EasyShare Camera / M532. Capture all the juicy details when youre out on the town. Then switch seamlessly to video to bring the excitement to life in stunning HD. Now, let the sharing begin. Just press Kodak's Share button to get your favorites ready to e-mail to friends 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. So Kodak.

Just press to impress

Worlds only cameras with 3-step sharing!1
Kodaks Share button makes sharing your videos and pictures as simple as 1, 2, 3.
    •    Step 1—Just press Share when in review mode
    •    Step 2—Choose your favorite sharing destination, e-mail address, or Kodak Pulse Display2
    •    Step 3—Connect your camera to your computer or insert your memory card and your videos or pictures are automatically uploaded to the destination(s)

Only Kodak Cameras

    •    Let you simultaneously share to multiple social networks, e-mail and Pulse Display1,2
    •    Automatically share when you connect to a PC1
    •    Tag to the largest number of social networks1

Share your world big and bright with 14 MP

    •    Make stunning prints up to 30 x 40 in.
    •    More megapixels means you can crop and enlarge and still have great picture quality
    •    However you choose to print—at home, at retail, or online—trust Kodak for picture quality thats truly exceptional and for memories that will last

Price: $119.95

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