Kodak announces Easyshare M750 Wi-Fi compact alongside other cameras
Pre-CES: Kodak has announced the Easyshare M750 Wi-Fi enabled compact cameras, along with its release of four other compacts. The M750 is a 16MP camera from which images can be pulled, wirelessly, from the camera using the Easyshare Camera App on iOS, Android or Blackberry devices. It can also connect to Wi-Fi networks, to allow simple uploading to social networks such as Facebook and YouTube. The company also says it is releasing the M215 and M565 14MP 5x zoom compacts, the C135 rugged camera and the Z5120 superzoom to its Easyshare range.
Kodak Builds on the Award-Winning Share Button with the New Wi-Fi enabled KODAK EASYSHARE Wireless Camera M750
Just One Button to Instantly Share High Quality Photos Wirelessly At Home or On the Go
London, UK, January 9, 2012 —Eastman Kodak Company (NYSE: EK) today announced the next advancement in Wi-Fi sharing of high quality images with the launch of the KODAK EASYSHARE Wireless Camera M750. The built-in Wi-Fi for the 16 MP Wireless Camera means you no longer need to connect to a computer to share your images. Simply connect to a wireless network and sit back while your pictures are sent to your favorite social media destinations via the Share button.
The freedom of this wireless camera lets you share when you are on the go, even if there is no Wi-Fi network available. If you want to instantly show-off that incredible picture, download the free KODAK EASYSHARE Camera App on your ANDROID, APPLE or BLACKBERRY Device and share the photos through FACEBOOK, Email or KODAK Gallery Sites- no hot spot required.
“The launch of the EASYSHARE Wireless Camera M750 marks the perfect union of the smartphone and digital camera,” said Phil Scott, Vice President of Digital Capture and Accessories. “The two technologies are now married to bring consumers the best experience from capture to share. Socially savvy users no longer have to compromise on image quality, now we can take great pictures and share instantly.”
The KODAK EASYSHARE Wireless Camera M750 also comes with a great array of features. Tap, swipe or drag your photos with ease with the bright 3.0 inch Capacitive Touch Screen. Capture pictures in stunning detail from afar, with the powerful RETINAR HD 5x Zoom Lens that keeps every detail crisp and clear. Never miss the action with the dedicated video record button that enables you to shoot in HD video on the fly. Then backup your images and video effortlessly with wireless back up to your home computer or simply copy your pictures to any compatible mobile Wi-Fi device.
KODAK EASYSHARE Wireless Camera M750 includes Kodak’s Smart Capture which adjusts settings automatically and includes special capture modes and photo effects for taking pictures that express your creativity.
Available in silver and red for £129.95 MSRP, the EASYSHARE Wireless Camera M750 can be found at major retailers and Kodak.co.uk this spring.
In addition Kodak will also offer four other 2012 KODAK EASYSHARE Cameras to complement the range. The KODAK EASYSHARE SPORT C135 – a waterproof, dustproof camera that can shoot video and 14 MP pictures up to 10' underwater. It’s insanely small, yet the KODAK EASYSHARE M215 is full of surprises — like the self-portrait mirror that helps you get in to your group shots. Share your moments with the press of a button on the 14MP, 5 x Optical Zoom EASYSHARE M565. There is also the KODAK EASYSHARE Z5120 Camera with its 26X zoom, Optical Image Stabilisation, and 26 mm wide angle lens, bringing all your images closer to perfection.
All of the models have the option of wireless sharing with Eye-Fi Wireless Memory Cards (sold separately). Just press the Share button to wirelessly share pictures or videos.
To learn more, please visit www.kodak.com/go/digitalcameras.
KODAK EASYSHARE Wireless Camera M750 Wi-Fi
- 16 MP, 5X zoom, HD video, 3.0 in. touchscreen
- Wi-Fi to Email and social sites (FACEBOOK)
- Wi-Fi copy to smartphone or tablet
Available in Red & Silver - Spring 2012 – MSRP £129.99
KODAK EASYSHARE SPORT Camera C135
- 14 MP, 2.4 ". LCD
- Waterproof & dustproof
- Share Button tags to FACEBOOK and more
Available in Red, Blue, White & Yellow - Spring 2012 – MSRP £59.99
KODAK EASYSHARE Camera M215
- 14 MP, 5X zoom, 2.5 in. LCD, HD video
- Share button tags to FACEBOOK and more
- Self-portrait mirror for easy framing
Available in Purple, Red & Black - Spring 2012 – MSRP £79.99
KODAK EASYSHARE Camera M565
- 14 Megapixels with 2.7” Bright LCD
- 5X Optical Zoom
- Share Button tags to FACEBOOK and more
Available in Red & Silver - Spring 2012 – MSRP £79.99
KODAK EASYSHARE Camera Z5120
- 16 MP, 26X zoom OIS, 3" LCD, HD Video
- Share Button tags to FACEBOOK and more
- Capture full scene; 26 mm wide angle lens
Available in Black - Spring 2012 – MSRP £159.99
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