Friday, January 22, 2010

Kodak EasyShare M320

Last Christmas, my husband gave me a Digital Camera, a Kodak C140. I used it for 2 days but, I do not like the features of that camera. I return the product and ordered this camera instead.
This is Kodak EasyShare M320 Silver 9.2MP Digital Camera which features a quick 3x optical zoom. It has Face Detection technology for improved portraits and group shots. The product includes a camera case, rechargeable battery and AC adapter/charger that can connect direct to the camera.

Other Features:
  • 2.7" LCD screen, 230K pixels
  • 5x digital zoom
  • Face detection locates up to five faces and automatically adjusts camera settings
  • 21 scene modes
  • Blur reduction compensates for camera shake, subject movement or fast action
  • On-camera cropping, undo/delete, and panorama stitch mode
  • High ISO up to 1000
  • Takes HD pictures in 16:9 format
  • Records VGA videos with audio
  • 16MB of internal memory
  • SD/SDHC memory card slot (card not included)
  • Includes EasyShare software to organize and edit photos and share them at the Kodak Gallery, or share videos on YouTube
  • PictBridge-enabled for printing without a computer on compatible printers
  • USB 2.0 port
  • Audio/video port
  • Includes rechargeable lithium-ion camera battery

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