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New Kodak EasyShare Touch M577 14 MP Digital Camera with 5x Optical Zoom and 3-Inch LCD Touchscreen

With its brilliant high-resolution capacitive touchscreen LCD and our exclusive Share button, the Kodak EasyShare Touch Camera makes it simple to take, organize, edit, and share incredible pictures and videos with a touch. Just press to impress.
Whether you're on the prowl for new shoes or headed out to the clubs, sharing your scene is simple with the Kodak EasyShare Touch Camera. The high-resolution capacitive touchscreen LCD shows off your picture's brilliant colors and vivid details. And its wide-angle lens gets everyone in the shot. When you're ready to share, update your status by pressing Kodak's exclusive Share button. Simply tag pictures or videos and connect to a PC to e-mail to friends and the Kodak Pulse Display or upload to Kodak Gallery,2 Facebook, Twitter, FLICKR, YouTube, ORKUT, YANDEX, and KAIXIN001 Sites.3

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  •    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)
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    •    The 5X SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH Optical Zoom Lens gets in close for extraordinary details on faraway shots
    •    Capture dramatic shots in tight quarters with the 28 mm wide-angle lens
    •    Reduce blur caused by subject movement or fast-action situations
    •    The camera automatically minimizes the effects of camera shake to deliver clearer, sharper pictures
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    •    Automatically recognizes up to 20 pre-tagged faces
    •    Recognizes up to five faces in a single image
    •    Once a friend is tagged, that information stays with the picture wherever it goes
    •    Find them easily by choosing a name or face
Price: $149.95

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Contact
Mitsubishi Electric; www.mitsubishielectric.co.uk www.mitsubishi-imaging.com
Needs
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Pros
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Cons
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