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Latest Kodak EasyShare camera has built-in WiFi

updated 08:20 pm EST, Mon January 9, 2012

M750 uploads wirelessly to social media, email

Kodak has announced the latest addition to its EasyShare line, the Kodak EasyShare M750 Wireless Camera. The M750 has built in WiFi to simplify photo sharing and syncing with home networks, wireless printers, email or social media. It shares many of the same hardware and photo effects as its predecessor, the EasyShare 5370. These include a 16-megapixel CCD sensor that is also capable of shooting 720p HD video, a 5x optical zoom lens, and a 3.0in capacitive LCD touchscreen with auto brightness control.

Kodak is working on a free app for the iPhone, Android smartphones and tablets, and Blackberry devices, to share photos and videos directly with those devices. The company says the app will be available in March.

The Kodak EasyShare M750 will be available in silver, teal blue and red. The M750 will be available at retailers and at in April. Retail price is $170.

By Electronista Staff


  1. facebook_Jessicca

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    I think finally technology consumer electronics, has lost almost all cable and son together. Well, until we can distribute economic power for our wireless gadgets we will have to use power cords, but at least we can finally do away with the computer / digital camera connection via cable USB.

    I just always hated the chore of finding a USB port on my computer, find the right USB cable that fits my digital camera, and get these two things to talk to each other successfully. Then, of course, if you want to put these images on the screen with your favorite digital photo frame, you might need for another cable that you both. If you're lucky your digital photo frame will be equipped with a standard USB port so you will not need all these different strings, but mostly, it's not the case. Fortunately, we have recently seen much of the digital wireless frames. Finally, we can leave the digital photo frame on the table for display. Find photos of the computer, and download our wireless digital photo frame.

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