Kodak announces full line of KODAK PIXPRO branded digital cameras

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Kodak, a name that is of renown and respect among photographers for more than a century, is still hanging around without any sign of them clocking out from the photography scene anytime soon. In fact, it seems as though they have found themselves a second wind with the new Kodak Pixpro range’s announcement that will deliver some of the the most advanced long-zoom technology as well as easy to use features even for the beginner, ensuring that you will be able to preserve the memories of today for the generations of tomorrow. Of course, Kodak also understands that times are rather difficult economically for certain segments, which is why their range of digital cameras are not going to break the bank.

The Kodak Pixpro Astro Zoom Camera would be focused on the popular and expanding bridge camera category, where it will target a wide range of photo enthusiasts who want something that is more robust compared to your standard point and shoot model. The Astro Zoom will deliver cutting-edge technology with 25x to 52x optical zoom, boasting of 24mm wide-angle lenses and a bunch of manual settings and features that allows you to customize camera settings and explore the art of photography without missing a beat.

The new Kodak Pixpro Astro Zoom Camera line will have the spotlight centered solely on the flagship AZ521 model, where it delivers a powerful 52x optical zoom for less than $300, where it will be accompanied by a 24mm wide-angle lens; 1080p HD Video; 3.0″ 460K LCD; optical image stabilization (OIS) and rechargeable lithium-ion battery. The other Astro Zoom models on offer would deliver a range of affordable price points, where among them include the AZ251 (25x), AZ361 (36x), AZ362 (36x CMOS), AZ501 (50x) and AZ522 (52x CMOS with Electronic View Finder), and the prices will range anywhere from $179.99 to $349.99. If you have the shutterbug bug itching and gnawing at you, would you consider what Kodak has on offer?

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2 reviews or comments

sol Says: August 28, 2013 at 9:30 am

Waste of money. no one wants a stand alone camera. People nowadays want their smartphones to do it all so nobody is anyone at all, will bother buying a digital camera unless their a professional Photographer. Even a pro wouldn’t buy this camera so basically Kodak is going be out of business soon unless they join some cellular company.

Prof. Charles Kanyarusoke, Ph.D. Says: March 9, 2014 at 5:47 pm

With a name like Kodak, you just can’t go wrong. Remember (if you’re old enough) the Heinz slogan “Heinz means beans”? Well, Kodak means Photography. Kodak is no John come lately, nor is it a pretender. It is the real deal. A telephone is not, and will never be, a lovable camera. It is disposable. A camera is a life changing experience of a lifetime. A camera is an heirloom. Kodak has reinvented itself and will soon leave the pretenders in the dust; just mark my words. And, yes, Kodak will unveil a telephone like no other telephone in the world …that’s the easy part. Kodak is here to stay.

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