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Kodak EasyShare M873

Ralf Jurrien
IFA Report
Monday 16th, July 2007
Posted by: Ralf Jurrien

Eastman Kodak Company announced the global launch of a new sleek line of zoom digital cameras for the style-savvy consumer. The Kodak EasyShare M-Series consists of four fashionable cameras, one of them is the new Kodak M873 digital compact camera that is capable of capturing exceptional pictures at an attractive price. “The style/value segment has become an increasingly important category in the digital imaging market,” said Phil Scott, Director of Marketing, Kodak Digital Capture and Devices. “Our M-Series line brings consumers the opportunity to expand their picture-taking experience by converging stylish, compact designs and quality digital imaging technology, with affordable pricing.”

Kodak EasyShare M873

Kodak M873 camera - Resolution
An additional zoom digital camera in the Kodak EasyShare M-Series line is the Kodak M873, offering 8 Megapixel resolution and high ISO settings. The all-metal body of the Kodak EasyShare M873 digital compact camera comes in silver and black. The new Kodak M873 digital camera is loaded with a vast array of features that make great picture-taking incredibly simple. The Kodak EasyShare M873 compact camera will retail for US $199 (MSRP) beginning in August 2007.

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Kodak EasyShare M873 digital camera - Picture quality
From high ISO settings that produce clearer pictures in low-light situations, to Digital Image Stabilization and Kodak Perfect Touch Technology, the features onboard the Kodak EasyShare M873 cameras help consumers take consistently better shots.

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