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The über-petite Kodak Playfull camcorder is intended for "social butterflies and social networking superstars." Ready to shoot full HD 1080p videos and 5-megapixel stills, the Playfull is also ready to share that multimedia using the built-in USB arm for automatic sharing to sites sucha s Facebook, Flickr, YouTube and the Kodak Gallery. Other notable features include SD/SDHC support (up to 32GB), an LCD glare shield, smart face tracking, multiple preset effects (i.e. sepia and 70's film look), and on-camera editing abilities. Set to retail for $149.95 when it ships on March 16, the Playfull will be available in silver, blue-silver, purple-silver and blue-black.
As the latest member of the Kodak PlaySport series, the Zx5 continues to be durable, shockproof, dustproof and waterproof up to 10 feet. The latest PlaySport sports a 2-inch display with an LCD glare shield, and it records full HD 1080p video and 5-megapixel stills. The Zx5 will be ready for late spring and summer fun on March 28. Retailing for $179.95, the PlaySport Zx5 will be available in black, red, green, white and aqua.
The svelte Kodak EasyShare Touch is a stylish option for those looking for an above-average point-and-shoot camera. This 14-megapixel shooter sports a 3-inch capacitive touch LCD, a 5X wide-angle Schneider-Kreuznach optical zoom lens, HDMI connectivity and 720p HD video recording support. Some helpful automatic functions include face recognition, as well as mutiple scene and artistic modes. The EasyShare Touch will cost $149.95 when it launches on April 15 in silver, black, red-orange, purple and red.