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Kodak EasyShare C143

Dennis Hissink
IFA Report
Monday 6th, September 2010
Posted by: Dennis Hissink

IFA 2010 News - Looking for a budget camera that makes sharing your pictures as simple as 1, 2, 3? Then you’ll love the new Kodak EasyShare C143 digital camera. Uploading your pictures is now quick and easy thanks to Kodak’s Share button. And because it’s from Kodak, your memories will be as vivid as the moment they happened. If you want an affordable camera you’ll feel good about, look to the name you know and trust. Whether it’s for you, or a gift for someone else, the new Kodak EasyShare camera is perfect for sharing your memories. The Kodak EasyShare C143 budget digital camera offers 12 Megapixels resolution so you can make stunning prints up to 76 x 102 cm.

Kodak EasyShare C143

Kodak EasyShare C143 digital camera
The Kodak EasyShare C413 camera offers 3x optical zoom lens (35mm equivalent: 32-96mm) that gets you closer to your subjects without reducing image quality. The blur reduction feature reduces blur caused by subject movement, or fast-action situations to deliver clearer, sharper pictures. Viewing the capture shots is easy on the 6.9 cm (2.7 in.) bright LCD display. Relive moments and view pictures with brilliance and clarity. The display is brighter, offers more vibrant details thanks to Kodak Color Science. Like all Kodak EasyShare cameras the C143 is equipped with Kodak’s face recognition feature. This very handy and advanced, but easy-to-use feature finds, organize and shares your picture easily. The Kodak C143 automatically recognizes up to 20 pre-tagged faces so you can easily locate and share them later. The camera recognizes up to five faces in a single image. The new Kodak EasyShare digital camera also carries name tags over to your favorite photo management software for easy searching.

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Kodak EasyShare C143

Kodak EasyShare C143 budget camera
With the Kodak EasyShare C143 digital camera in your hands, incredible pictures and videos are in your grasp. Record life in motion with continuous VGA video featuring audio capture and on-camera editing. Enjoy video print options including 9-up prints, plus view and share single frames. Capture the details in low-light conditions and fast-action situations with high ISO (up to 1600). With the Kodak C143 you achieve your perfect shot with on-camera features such as cropping, undo-delete, picture rotation, and self-timer. Capture the details of your pictures with on-camera text tagging and multi-field search.

Kodak EasyShare C143

Kodak EasyShare C143 photo functions
Sharing your digital life via social media channels just got simpler. Just press Share. A few steps are to be made; snap your picture, press the Share button and tag it to Kodak Gallery, YouTube, Facebook, Flickr, and Orkut sites, plus e-mail too. Connect your camera to your computer, and with Kodak’s Share button app, your pictures are automatically uploaded. Your pictures and videos are also automatically transferred to your computer. With Kodak EasyShare software you are able to organize your pictures with your own tags, star ratings, and date and time stamps, then use the search feature to quickly find any picture in your collection. Edit your pictures with ease - select from a variety of simple tools that reduce red-eye, improve lighting, remove wrinkles and blemishes, and add text. Or create photo projects online or at home - choose from hundreds of templates and designs to create album pages, cards, invitations and much more.

Kodak EasyShare C143

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