Kodak has just announced an update to their EasyShare digital camera line called the Easyshare Touch M5370. The new cam packs a set of specs that’s similar to the original EasyShare Touch, headlined by a spacious 3-inch touchscreen LCD at the back and software that automatically uploads the shots to your social networks, but the
Kodak just unveiled a new pocket camcorder that changes the Flip’s basic video recording device standard by replacing the usual tiny screen with a full 3-inch touchscreen. It’s not the Playtouch’s highlight though; this compact cam also records videos in 1080p HD, shoots 5MP stills, and packs a set of in-cam tech that makes it
Another one of Kodak’s more notable CES highlights, the Playsport is a pocket video camcorder that boasts a lens that can shoot videos in full HD and a ruggedized body for active outdoor use. Great for adventurers, thrill-seekers, extreme sport enthusiasts, and Jackass-wannabees.
Kodak headlines their CES lineup with a new compact called the Slice; a 14-megapixel point-and-shoot headlined by its large 3.5-inch, 16:9 touchscreen display and built-in album features. A premium compact that comes with a bit more than the usual point-and-shoot fare, the Slice is listed to give you an “instant connection to all of your
Kodak has just released a number of products, including new cameras, an HD pocket camcorder, a photo frame, and a new Theatre HD Player, but this has got to be the most interesting (because it’s something everyone could use): a solar charger that can deliver up to 1.5 charges to a cell phone, run a