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Kodak intros Playfull Dual, EasyShare M750 at CES

updated 07:00 pm EST, Tue January 10, 2012

Kodak Playfull Dual with 1080p/60FPS video at CES

We stopped by Kodak's booth at CES to take a look at the company's recently unveiled EasyShare M750 and the equally new Playfull Dual. The former has been documented, and can upload photos to a Kodak's gallery or Facebook or upload videos to YouTube once the Share button is pressed. It also selection of social networks or e-mailed to a preset address. Unfortunately, the Wi-Fi wasn't working and we weren't able to check this feature out.

The Kodak Playfull Dual camera was also at the show and is the latest from the company, following up on the Playfull Waterproof. While this one isn't waterproof, it combines the ability to shoot 1080p/60FPS HD video with a 12-megapixel, backside-lluminated CMOS sensor. Using the Share Button, users can upload photos to the Kodak Gallery or Facebook or videos to YouTube. It takes SD cards for memory, a mini and micro USB port and an external microphone connection. An LED flash is integrated as well.

When out and about, the cameras will be able to share their content with Android, BlackBerry or iOS smartphones thanks to an upcoming app.

It is due to ship in March, priced at $200, while the M750 ships in April for $170.



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