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Eastman Kodak Company launches new product Kodak Easyshare Mini M200

Kodak's Easyshare Mini (model M200) lives up to its name: the camera measures just 8.5x5cm, is 2cm thick at most, and it weighs 100g.

That makes it handy for carrying around in a pocket or bag. There aren't many controls. On the top there is a power button, one for switching between photos and videos, and the shutter button. On the back there is a small screen, zoom control and a few other tiny buttons.

It takes standard SD memory cards and has a micro-USB socket for charging and connection to a computer. A mains charger is supplied.

Technically it takes pictures at a resolution of 10 megapixels, but in reality a modern camera phone, with a five-megapixel camera, will provide shots of the same quality, or better. In bright light the M200 provided decent shots, but it struggled in low light.

Key Features:

10 megapixel CCD sensor

3x optical zoom lens (wide 29-87mm equivalent)

2.5inch screen

VGA video, 30fps, max length 24 minutes

Available in black, red, or white

Scene modes

Auto scene modes (Smart Capture)

ISO80 - ISO1000

Macro - roughly 3cm from the front of the lens

Facebook, Youtube, Kodak, Twitter, Email, Flickr, Orkut sharing (plus more)

Ultra compact body

With this you can share your world with a touch.

The world’s only cameras with 3-step sharing!

Kodak’s Share button makes sharing your pictures and videos 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 Digital Frame[4]

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 Digital Frame

Automatically share when you connect to a PC

Tag to the largest number of social networks

Pros:

Very tiny indeed

Pictures are comparable to other cheap cameras

Convenient after bothersome initial setup

Cons:

Setup is a pain

Tiny buttons and d-pad no fun for navigation, typing

Kodak software required for sharing options

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Por kodakvideoconverter - July 10th, 2011, 16:32, Category: General
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