Kodak C813 digital camera released

Posted on Sunday, Jan 06 2008 @ 03:45 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Kodak unveiled a new digital camera, the EasyShare C813. This camera has a 8 megapixel sensor and features 3x optical zoom (36-108mm). The camera has a 2.4" LCD display and features digital image stabilization to help produce less blurry pictures in less-than-optimal conditions.
The camera software automatically minimizes camera shake to deliver a clearer picture. This high ISO settings (up to 1250) captures all the details in low light conditions and fast action situations. Beside recording still pictures the Kodak C813 compact camera is able to record video clips in VGA quality. Capture life in motion with continuous VGA video (640x480 at 15 fps) featuring audio capture and on-camera editing. Video print options including 1, 4, 9, or 16 up prints, plus view and share single frames.

Get great shots time after time with 16 programmed scene modes, including auto, sport, portrait, snow, fireworks, backlight, and party. Have fun with 3 different color modes: color, black & white, and sepia. Make your pictures as vivid as the moment you took them. Print better, brighter pictures using Kodak Perfect Touch Technology. Relive your memories in richer detail and clear up dark shadows to reveal more smiles. Achieve the perfect shot with on-camera features such as cropping, blurry picture alert, and undo-delete.


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