PMA 2003: Kodak has today announced the three megapixel, three times optical zoom EasyShare LS633 Zoom digital camera. The LS633 is world's first digital camera with OLED display. As there is no need for a backlight the LS633 should have good battery life. The LS633 will debut in April and will be available initially in Europe, Asia and Australia at a suggested retail price of $399.
Kodak "Fact Sheet":
Kodak Unveils World's First Digital Camera with OLED Display
The Kodak EasyShare LS633 zoom digital camera is designed for photographers who want to capture and share photos while enjoying the benefits of advanced technology. The Kodak EasyShare LS633 camera features an innovative 2.2" OLED display, a new technology pioneered by Kodak. This large, full color, full motion, flat panel display is sharp, bright and features 165º viewing angles for on-camera viewing and sharing. Packaged in a stylish, metal body, the LS633 is perfect for users who want to show off their pictures on a cutting-edge OLED display.
The camera boasts 3.1 MP resolution and a Schneider-Kreuznach Variogon professional quality 3X optical zoom lens, along with continuous 3.3X advanced digital zoom for detailed, sharp pictures up to 11" x 14".
The LS633 will debut in April and will be available initially in Europe,
Asia and Australia at a suggested retail price of $399.
- 3.1 MP Image resolution (2041x1533 pixels) for great quality prints up to 11" x 14"
- 3.3 MP CCD resolution (2140 x 1560)
- Four image-quality levels (3.1MP, 2.8MP, 2.1MP, 1.0MP)
- 2.2" OLED display with 512 x 218 pixels
- Schneider Kreuznach Variogon zoom lens; o
- 3X optical (37-111mm) o
- 3.3X Advanced Digital Zoom (10X total zoom)
- Multiple scene modes: Automatic, Close-up, Landscape, Sport, Night, Burst
- Continuous digital video with sound; limited only by the size of internal memory or memory card
- On-camera share button for simple e-mailing, printing and organizing
- Storage for 32 e-mail addresses
- Dedicated delete, review and share buttons
- Stylish metal body
- Auto picture rotation for viewing on camera, personal computer or TV
- "Capture always ready" capability lets users snap a picture in any camera function setting (e.g., review mode)
- Flash range: 3.4m (11.2ft) wide, 2m (6.6ft) tele
- Four flash modes: automatic, fill, red-eye, and off
- Focus Distance: 0.6m (2ft) to infinity
- Auto focus: selectable (auto, multi-zone, center-zone)
- Close-up mode: 13-70cm (5.1-27.6 in)
- Burst mode: 4 picture burst
- ISO equivalency auto and selectable (100, 200, 400)
- Aperture: f/2.7- f/5.2
- Shutter speed 4-1/1400 second
- Long time exposure 0.5-4.0 seconds
- Exposure compensation: +/- 2 in .5 increments
- White balance: auto, daylight, tungsten, fluorescent
- Auto-exposure with matrix metering
- 10 second self-timer
- 16MB internal memory and MultiMediaCard/Secure Digital expansion slot for additional picture-taking, storing and sharing
- Compatible with optional Kodak EasyShare printer dock 6000 and Kodak Easyshare camera dock 6000
- Kodak EasyShare LS633 zoom digital camera
- Rechargeable lithium ion battery and charger
- Video out cable
- USB cable
- Wrist strap
- Kodak EasyShare Software CD
- Custom camera insert for optional Kodak EasyShare camera dock
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