06. 16. 2006
Kodak Wi-Fi digital camera
Digital cameras are great. You can take a limitless number of pictures, and the immediate ability to look at the quality of pictures I've taken satisfies my urge for instant gratification. It’s all good, except that I dislike the process of loading it up onto my computer. Kodak must have heard me.
The Kodak EasyShare One Series WiFi digital cameras offers the choice of 4.0 megapixels or 6.1 megapixels. Both give you WiFi capability with 3x optical zoom, and a 3.1” rotating touch screen. You can store and organize up to 1,500 pictures with 256 MB of internal memory, and can add even more picture capacity with the SD/MMC card expansion slot.
With WiFi capability and the Kodak EasyShare Dock, you’ll be able to easily transfer pictures and videos to your computer without USB, connect to the Kodak Gallery and email pictures right from the camera. If you’re equipped with the Kodak Photo Printer 500, you’ll be able to print wirelessly as well. Also, with the dock, you’ll be able to charge your camera in approximately 3.5 hours.
At a price of $299.99 USD, it sure is a nifty little device, and I can say goodbye to the USB transfer!