Kodak Slice: 14 megapixels and 3.5-inch touch screen for $ 350

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Kodak Slice was announced by Eastman Kodak Company at CES 2010 in January this year. Of note was the fact that the device is almost devoid of hardware buttons - the emphasis in the management of the camera was placed on the touch screen. The model has 3.5-inch capacitive screen with 16:9 aspect ratio. In addition there are 14-megapixel matrix, integrated optical zoom, image stabilization and the ability to record HD video with the parameters of 720p at 30 frames per second.

In addition to the slot for a microSDHC memory card standard, there are 2 GB of internal memory. In this case, unlike many similar models presented in recent camera Kodak Slice has only a standard USB 2.0 connector - HDMi port and audio / video output is not provided. But is there autofocus with the possibility of face recognition and compositions, as well as mode Smart Shoot, which combines these capabilities with the function of selecting ISO and color balance in accordance with the shooting conditions. The index number can range from ISO 64 to 3200. For fans of social networks provides another kind of "chip" model: Share function allows you to mark images in memory and the camera next time you connect it to the computer data images / recordings will be automatically loaded into the relevant social network (Facebook, Flickr or YouTube).

The device went on sale in the U.S., and its cost is $ 350.