Kodak launches new digital cameras
Dubai, March 31, 2008
Kodak, the world's foremost imaging innovator, has launched two of its popular M-series lifestyle digital cameras, the 7.0 Megapixel, M763 and the 8.0 Megapixel M863.
Both models are slim, sleek and packed with great features at real value for money prices. Both Kodak EasyShare M763 and M863 come with Kodak’s “ease of use” factor and stylish looks – pocketable and available at great prices, said an official spokesman.
“The consumers need a feature rich yet stylish camera that is easy to use and gives them great pictures at an affordable price point. The Kodak Easyshare M763 and M863 models are well suited to meet the needs of today’s trendy generation”, said area manager Kodak (Near East) Inc Arif Khan.
Kodak EasyShare M763 and M863 are equipped for low light photo composition and come with high ISO1600 ratings to capture vivid detail in low light conditions and fast action shots. And with the generous 2.7“ LCD you can view it all with ease.
Both cameras are equipped with HD still capture allowing you to view your images in full resolution on your HD Plasma or LCD TV. Like all Kodak EasyShare cameras, these flashy cameras also come with Kodak’s Perfect touch technology to get brighter pictures and better print quality.
Added features such as “face detection technology” facilitate to correct-capture brilliant smiles of group shots. To reduce those shakes, you can count on Kodak’s EasyShare digital image stabilization feature.
No more missed streaming - both the Kodak EasyShare M763 and M863 cameras have a video option that records continuous VGA video (640 × 480) at 15 fps with sound and on-camera editing.
With the security of in-camera charging and the power of the Li-Ion rechargeable battery, lesser chances of missing out a shot!
IN UAE, the launch price of the two cameras is : M763 for Aed 599 and M863 for Dh699 ($190.3) only. These are exceptionally unbeatable prices for a 7.0 and 8.0 MP camera that has so many features and coming from a reputable brand like Kodak. – TradeArabia News Service