Kodak introduces KODAK EASYSHARE V570, the world’s first dual-lens digicam
Kodak launches the KODAK EASYSHARE V570, the world’s first ever dual-lens digital camera. The announcement was made during the 2006 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Utilizing its own KODAK RETINA Dual Lens technology, the Easyshare V570 digicam combines an ultra-wide angle lens (23 mm) and an optical zoom lens (39 – 117 mm) in a compact design that just less than an inch thin.
The Kodak Easyshare V570’s super wide angle lens, together with its optical zoom lens provides a total 5X optical zoom range. So whether you are pro, a hobbyist or a complete amateur, the Kodak V570 will help you take the ‘perfect shot’ be it group pictures, breath-taking landscapes, personal portraits, or close-ups.
The Easyshare V570 also features the following.
– 2.5-inch, high-resolution LCD screen
– Kodak Color Science image processing chip for the best image quality
– Image-enhancing features such as automatic red-eye reduction, on-camera cropping, picture blur alert and auto picture rotation
– In-camera distortion correction to compensate for ultra-wide angle fish-eye effects
– Twenty-two scene modes and three color modes to enable users to get the best shots with the least effort
– Photo Frame Dock 2, which enables one-touch picture transfer to your PC
The KODAK Easyshare V570 digital camera can be yours, wherever you are in the world, beginning late January for about US $399.
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