Kodak PLAYFULL Waterproof pocket camera

Kodak Company today announced a budget-friendly camera for your packet which has rugged design that is dustproof and can take a fall from 5 ft and sustain up to 10 ft under water for up to 2 hours.

Kodak’s Playfull Waterproof  camera measures only 2.2 × 3.7 × 0.5 inches and weighs just 85g, it is based on 1 / 4–type CMOS sensor and has 31 mm (4:3), 35 mm equivalent lens and on the back there’s 2-inch  112.3K TFT display. The camera offers HD 720p video, built-in digital image stabilization, has a pop-out USB arm, allowing you to connect it directly to your laptop or tablet without the need of a cable, and also packs a special Share Button for easy photos uploading to popular social networks and photo sharing sites.

Kodak PLAYFULL Waterproof camera

The camera also includes several modes and special effects, including special mode for underwater shooting that promises “true-to-life colors” in the pool or under the waves. It is available in red or white for $99.95, or in black with a 4GB SDHC memory card for $119.95.

Kodak PLAYFULL Waterproof camera

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