Kodak EasyShare Z1015 IS with best-in-class capture speed

Not quite in the same league as the RED Scarlet, but Kodak's new EasyShare Z1015 IS does at least have the advantage of being available this year. The 10-megapixel shooter packs a Schneider-Kreuznach 15x optical zoom and 28mm wide-angle lens, good for both 16:9 HD stills and 720p 30fps video.

Kodak promises a better Five megapixel CMOS sensor for phone cameras

Five megapixel cell phone cameras are not new to us, Samsung has gone beyond the magic number five to eight less than three months ago. We’ve also done a thorough review of the 5MP Samsung and discovered the resolving power of a good image sensor combined with a decent internal compact zoom lens. Kodak's newest development sticks to a relatively conservative five megapixel resolution but it’s the industry first with 1.4 micron pixels, and promises to deliver higher light sensitivity with image quality that can equal or surpass larger 1.75 micron pixel CMOS designs.

Kodak Intros another Image Stabilizer’s Easyshare with Z1012 IS

The Kodak's Easyshare gets a new IS addition to latest line-up of Z8612 IS and Z1085 IS, which were announced at CES 2008 weeks ago. The new model Easyshare Z1012 IS would give my aunt sally a big headache if she were to ask to best a pick one for my her birthday. That’s what she would do; pick one that costs the most. Unfortunately, the trio has the same selling price of $259. So what’s the different between them? That’s what she would ask.

Kodak Easyshare Z1085 IS coming soon

It’s a 10MP digital camera that has automatic controls or a handful of manual ones and it has a 12x optical zoom too. It can capture both HD images and video, likely just 720p, but its still a nice feature to have.

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