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Wednesday, 13 June 2007 12:28

Kodak's six camera summer collection

Written by Nermin Hajdarbegovic
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Stylish M series and a couple more

 

Kodak has announced a total of six new cameras and four of them are a part of its new stylish M series.

The M753 and M853 are the cheaper ones, sporting 7 and 8 megapixels respectively and a 3X zoom lens and 2.5" screen. They will ship in black and silver. The M753 should be out in June at a suggested retail price of £99.99, the M853 can be expected in August.

If these aren't good enough, you'll have to wait for the all metal 8 megapixel M873 and M883 with 3" screens, which are due in August and September. The M883 brings face detection technology and both models offer higher ISO settings.

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Personally, I find the M series good looking, these sexy and sleek models are a nice addition to the, design wise, usually dull Kodak offer.

Apart from the M series, Kodak is introducing two additional models in August, the Z1275 and ZD710. The 1275 is a compact 12 megapixel camera with a 5X zoom lens, while the ZD710 is a 7 megapixel, 10X zoom model.

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