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Kodak CES 2010: Slice Touchscreen Camera Details

Kodak will be out in force at the CES 2010 event in Las Vegas, they have will be showing off a range of new digital cameras, the most interesting being the touchscreen Slice. This new camera is said to make it even easier to share pictures with your family and friends.

The Kodak slice with its 3.5-inch touchscreen is able to store up to 5,000 pictures on its internal storage. Being able to share images on your camera in an instant is seen as a huge deal for Kodak, all are stored in HD resolution.

The Slice is not all about gimmicks, the technology used will help to produce some amazing shots, such as Face Recognition. The search feature allows for quick access to photos of the same person or even by place or date. You can also tag photos directly on the camera, making uploading to YouTube, Facebook and Flickr easier than ever.

Other features include, 14-megapixel CCD sensor, 5x optical zoom, PC or APPLE compatibility and much more. The Kodak Slice will cost $349.95 when launched in April. The camera will be available to purchase from Amazon and Kodak, with Best Buy being the exclusive retailer. More details can be found at

Kodak is to offer another four new cameras at the Consumer Electronics Show, the EASYSHARE M580, KODAK EASYSHARE M575, EASYSHARE M550 and the EASYSHARE M530. More details here.



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