Kodak SLICE, a sociable camera with a hint of radish
Kodak have announced the Kodak SLICE, a new sociable camera, at CES 2010. I say sociable, because the SLICE can automatically share your pics with a plethora of social media sites.
The SLICE uses a Kodak Share button, which, when connected to a PC, will automatically upload your pics and videos to whichever service you want.
And what services can you choose from? These ones:
- Kodak Gallery
As for specs, the SLICE is a 14 megapixel camera with a 3.5″ touchscreen, and can shoot video at 720p (30fps) as well as photos.
Point-and-shoot users will be made happy, as the SLICE has been designed for easy use, with none of the fiddly adjustments that you need to make to get good pics on more professional cameras. As such, the SLICE will “…analyse scenes and automatically adjust camera settings to deliver beautiful pictures more often”, according to a spokesperson.
The Kodak SLICE release date is set for April 2010, where it will set you back £299.99 in the UK (or $349.99 in the US). You can buy versions in black, nickel, and, er, radish! Quite why Kodak chose radish as a colour is anyone’s guess, but at least it’ll make the cmaera stand out from the myriad other black and silver models!
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