Kodak boosts its digital image

Kodak is keeping up the pressure on Casio in the digital camera market with the launch of a 1.2 million pixel zoom camera for under £900, incl. VAT.

The company has also launched a digital video camera aimed at the videoconferencing market and an A4 colour scanner aimed at SoHo users.

The DC120 camera will be sold on its resolution/price ratio which Kodak claims is a "breakthrough" in the market. Offering a 1280 x 960 resolution, a 3x and macro zoom, 4cm LCD display and 2Mb of memory, Kodak claims that the camera is the highest spec in its price range.

The DVC300 video camera supports the Universal Serial Bus (USB) and is priced at £159 incl. VAT.

The PhotoDoc colour scanner boasts 300dpi resolution and is bundled with six software packs, including Kodak Picture Postcard, Kodak Launcher and Microsoft Picture It!.

Kodak can be contacted by telephone on 0800-281487.