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Kodak launches Z915 long-zoom camera

updated 07:35 am EST, Tue March 3, 2009

Kodak EasyShare Z915

Kodak today reserved a single camera for PMA with an updated entry level camera in the EasyShare Z series. The 10-megapixel Z915 adopts a semi-pro camera body to get a 10X, image stabilized lens but is designed more for typical home users with software features like fully-automated scene detection (here called Smart Capture) as well as powering the camera through AA batteries that are more friendly to vacationers than lithium-ion packs.

Few technical details of the camera have been published, though it takes SDHC cards for storage and uses a 2.5-inch LCD for previews. Kodak ships the camera in April for $200 and will give it both somber black and gray color options as well as brighter blue and red choices.





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