Thursday, January 06, 2005

Kodak to come up with wifi digital camera

Wifi kodak

Looks like Kodak is about to release a digital camera with wifi capacity:

EasyShare-One is an innovative new camera for Kodak that gives its users the ability to share images via Wi-Fi enabling online and email picture sharing without a computer. It is a 4 megapixel camera with a large 3 inch swivel touch screen display and 3x Optical Zoom. The Easyshare-One features VGA video mode (30 frames per second) as well as storage of up to 1500 downsized favorite images on its 256 megabytes of internal memory.

The Kodak Easyshare-one will be in stores in June of 2005 and will be priced at $599. More details will be released closer to its release but in the mean time learn more about the Easyshare-one from Kodak from their news release which is following.

Of course, to actually get on a wireless network, a special card is required for the camera, and the firmware has yet to support WEP, so one has to wait until a Q3 2005 update to join most authenticated networks. Still this is one cool gadget.


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