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Kodak EasyShare M531

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

IFA 2010 News - Kodak unveils its newest addition to its EasyShare camera portfolio. Like the Kodak EasyShare M530 the new Kodak EasyShare M531 digital camera is designed to make sharing pictures and videos to sites like Facebook, Kodak Gallery, Flickr and YouTube - or to an e-mail address - as simple as pressing one button on the EasyShare camera. Picture this - you’re letting loose at a trendy hot spot with friends, snapping pictures so amazing you’ll want to share them online as soon as you get home. Any other digital camera would slow you down. But not the new Kodak EasyShare digital camera. Kodak’s Share button lets you tag pictures directly from your Kodak EasyShare camera.

Kodak EasyShare M531

New Kodak EasyShare M531 camera
With the Kodak EasyShare M531 you choose the camera that does the thinking for you. Kodak’s innovative Smart Capture feature automatically identifies the scene and adjusts camera settings for a great picture in just about any environment. The intelligent scene detection analyzes the scene to give you better pictures under various conditions and intelligent capture control automatically sets camera settings for clear, sharp pictures even in low light and challenging situations. Intelligent image processing reduces noise and clears up dark shadows for vibrant, crisp details and true-to-life colors.

Kodak EasyShare M531 features
Kodak’s Face Recognition offers user-friendly operation. Find, organize, and share your pictures easily. The Kodak EasyShare M531 digital camera automatically recognizes up to 20 pre-tagged faces so you can easily locate and share them later. It even recognizes up to five faces in a single image and carries name tags over to your favorite photo management software for easy searching.

Kodak EasyShare M531

Kodak EasyShare M531 video features
Shooting video with the Kodak EasyShare M531 digital camera is as easy as it sounds. Record life in motion with continuous VGA video featuring audio capture and on-camera editing and enjoy video print options including 9-up prints, plus view and share single frames. You will get great shots time after time with multiple scene modes, including auto, sport, portrait, snow, fireworks, and backlight. And if you are a creative photographer you will have fun with five different color modes: vivid, full, and basic color, black & white, and sepia. The built-in multimedia show turns your pictures into a creative multimedia slideshow right on your camera.

Kodak EasyShare M531

Kodak EasyShare M531 software
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.

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