Kodak has announced 3 new cameras that aim to take advantage of the high definition technology of todayâ€™s television sets.
EasyShare V1233, V1253 and Z812 IS cameras can capture HD still images with wide 16:9 aspect ratio and video at 720p and 30fpx for instant display on HDTV.
Both the $250 V1233 (with 2.5â€ LCD) and the $300 V1253 (with 3.1â€ LCD) are equipped with 12MP image sensors, a 3x zoom lens, face detection and Kodakâ€™s Perfect Touch technology to deliver what the company claims to be “exceptional image quality” for every shot.
The Z812 IS has 8 megapixels, 12x zoom, face detection and image stabilization. It retails for $300.
Also today, Kodak unveiled its $100 EasyShare HDTV Dock to connect HD-enabled Kodaks and other devices to a high-def TV, and a $200 digital picture frame, the SV1011.