Kodak expands digital camera offering

Kodak has expanded its digital cameras range with the launch today of the DC215, designed for the consumer market. The camera is the company's most compact to date, and is available in two models, Regular or Millennium 2000 Edition.

The DC215 includes a focus-free, 2x optical zoom, and a lens focal length ranging from 29mm to 58mm. The camera can produce pictures in a photo quality size of up to 5 x 7in, and features reduced battery power consumption through enhanced power management design, the company said in a statement.

The standard model includes a 4MB compact flash card, a serial cable for Windows-based devices, a serial cable adapter for Macintosh devices and a video cable. The Millennium 2000 model comes with an 8MB compact flash card and a USB (universal serial bus) card reader. Both models include Adobe PhotoDeluxe 3.0 Home Edition and ArcSoft PhotoPrinter software. Other features include a 1.8in LCD screen and multi-lingual display options.

Pricing for the DC215 Regular Edition is $799, and the Millennium Edition is $999. Both cameras will be available in September.


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