Kodak Announces Slice Touchscreen Digital Camera

2010 CES Kodak News Uncategorized

New Kodak Slice Touchscreen Digital Camera Kodak’s new Slice digital camera will be making its debut tomorrow at the annual CES tradeshow in Las Vegas. The Kodak Slice is part camera and part pocket photo album. It has a big, 3.5-inch touchscreen LCD display and can save up to 5000 HD-resolution images with advanced tagging and search options to make photos easy to find and share. Kodak made the Share Button on the Slice more versatile. Now the Share button can upload to Facebook, Flickr and YouTube, as well as the standard Kodak Gallery and e-mail options. It can also push photos directly to the new Kodak Pulse digital picture frame.

Key Kodak Slice Digital Camera Features:

  • 14-megapixel CCD sensor
  • 3.5-inch, 16:9 LCD touchscreen display
  • 5x Schneider Kreuznach lens with optical image stabilization
  • 720p HD video at 30 frames per second
  • Kodak Slice Search and Face Recognition for photo organization and location
  • Share Button for e-mail, Facebook, Flickr, YouTube and Kodak Gallery uploads
  • Smart Capture intelligent auto shooting mode

Kodak Slice Touchscreen Camera - Front & Back

The Kodak Slice digital camera will be available in April of 2010. The suggested retail price is $349.95 (US) and it will be available in three colors: black, nickel and radish.

Official Kodak Slice Digital Camera Press Release

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Kodak Slice digital camera - front
Kodak Slice digital camera - top
Kodak Slice digital camera - rear LCD

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  • Steve says:

    That Camera will be a “big” hit. George Eastman started Kodak in the late 1880′s, I wonder if he sees what is being built from his Industry to this day. Amazing , would probably be his only word.

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